Freshman saxaphonist Monica Walcott was nominated by band director Paul Rettew to participate in JanFest, a world-renown festival, with high school participants from all over the Southeast. After her recommendation was received and reviewed by a committee, she had to audition for placement in a band. In January, the JanFest students rehearsed with their fellow musicians all weekend and presented numerous concerts on Sunday. Monica is the first student from PRINCE to be accepted into this prestigious band festival.
The Wolverine Boys basketball team defeated Towns County tonight 82-45 in the second round of the region tournament Monday night. They now advance to the quarterfinals against George Walton at 5:30 pm tomorrow evening at Commerce High School.
The team needs the full support of all Wolverine fans at the game Tuesday, February 15. The winner qualifies for the state tournament. Show your Wolverine Spirit by coming to the game tomorrow night!
Isaac Power“Does my heart beat faster when I see the stars and stripes unfurled? Do I choke with tears as ‘Taps’ is played for the death of an American soldier? Do I swell with pride when I hear the National Anthem?”
So begins the opening paragraph of Isaac Power’s winning essay, answering the question “Does Patriotism Really Matter?”
Prince Avenue Christian School will hold an Open House for prospective families on Thursday, February 17 from 9:00 - 11:00 am. An information session will be held in the Media Center at 9:45 am. Families will have the opportunity to ask questions, review curriculum, and tour the campus.
Prince Avenue Christian School's reenrollment for current students will end on Friday, February 11. Open Enrollment begins on Monday, February 14. In order to secure your child's place in the school for next year, download the reenrollment documents and reenoll your student(s) now. Most of the process is completed online. You will also need to bring medical forms (4 copies, signed and notatized), financial agreement form, and $200 reenrollment fee to the school office.
Students interested in attending Prince Avenue Christian School can now apply for admission online. This new feature has made applying for school a simple process that allows parents to complete the Prince Avenue application quickly and easily. For more application instructions, or to begin the online application process, click the Apply Now link below to be taken to the Online Application page of the Prince Avenue Christian School website.
The Fine Arts Department will offer special Christmas Camps in December for students of all ages.
Lower School students can participate in a Christmas Cookie Decorating Camp on Monday, December 13 from 3:00 - 6:00 pm, led by Food Services Coordinator Lesia Carithers. Cost is $20. And, Elementary Art Teacher Sally Spillane is offering twp sessions of a Christmas Angel Painting and Decorating Camp on December 2-3, and December 9-10 from 2:50 - 5:00 pm. Cost is $35, and includes a $10 materials fee.