The Prince Avenue Christian School Board of Trustees announced to parents in an email last night that Head of School Danny Howell has resigned effective June 30, 2015, to accept the position of Director of the Summit Charter School in Cashiers, NC.
“For seven years, Mr. Howell has been a very effective leader of our school and a great advocate
Current Prince Avenue Christian School students may begin the reenrollment process on Monday, January 26.
The reenrollment process is completely online using the ParentsWeb portal.
Families will need to complete a number of required fields, including updating all medical and church information and signing family-school agreements.
Open Enrollment begins Monday, February 9.
>> Click Here to Download the Reenrollment Packet.
Seventh grade Prince Avenue Christian School student Caleb Land was recently named to the 2015 Georgia Middle School All-State Band, following an audition at the district competition. Nate Aldin and Danny Lee also scored high enough to earn an audition, but were not selected for the state band. Selection to the All-State Band is the highest achievement possible for
The Prince Avenue Christian School first semester/second quarter Honor Rolls have been released, recognizing students' academic excellence.
The Elementary (4th-5th grades) and Middle School (6th-8th) Honor Rolls are based on quarter grades. High School Honor Roll is based on semester grades. The Head of School Honor Roll includes students who earn
The National Art Honor Society's 4th Annual Empty Bowls auction is next week! Our high school NAHS members, along with many faculty members, have created beautiful handmade pottery bowls which will be sold through a silent auction on Friday, January 23 from 8:00-12:00.
All proceeds from our auction will go directly to A Bigger Vision,
Click here to set-up your family Helping Hands Fight Hunger Web Page
Prince Avenue Christian School is sponsoring the Helping Hands Fight Hunger fundraising event. This initiative is similar to a walk-a-thon in which relatives, friends, and community contacts will financially sponsor students to raise money for PACS.
Helping Hands Fight Hunger is a unique approach to fund-raising.
Two PACS eighth grade students and a PACS senior were recently honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution Apalachee Chapter Awards Luncheon.
Patrick Brannen and Brittany Clark were selected as the overall 2014 8th grade winners for the DAR American History Essay Contest by members of the Apalachee Chapter. Patrick and Brittany tied for first place with the
Prince Avenue Middle and High School Fine Arts students recently participated in District Honors Chorus held at Riverside Military Academy. Students from all over the district were nominated to participate in this special event by their chorus teachers and were responsible to prepare all music before the weekend of rehearsals and performance.
Middle school girls that participated were
The PACS Academic Teams recently had an impressive showing in a Quiz Bowl Tournament at Hebron Christian Academy.
The Prince Avenue Varsity Academic Team, comprised of sophomore Chase Deatrick and senior Cole Hurley, finished first out of 10 teams.
The Prince Avenue Junior Varsity Academic Team, with freshman Jon Varghese and sophomore Robert West, finished second.
The PACS Band students under the leadership of Band Director Miles Adams have been busy representing PACS Fine Arts at special events.
Five PACS Middle School Advanced Band students earned membership in the District Honor Band after their auditions for the Georgia Music Educators Association District and All-State Band. This number of students is the most that PACS has