We had a wonderful time visiting with our grandparents and special friends before our Thanksgiving break.
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In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving Break, the Prince Avenue community has been hard at work with two school-wide mission projects, one to benefit children across the world and another to benefit families in our local community.
The school participated in Operation Christmas Child by preparing boxes full of necessities and toys to be sent to children in other
PACS senior softball players Emmy Soles and Skylar Sparr were recognized today for signing to play softball at the college level.
Emmy holds all PACS pitching records and struck out nearly 1100 batters in her four year career at PACS. She signed to play with Georgia State.
Skylar played at PACS for two years as pitcher and left fielder and was
The Apogee program allows you to redirect a portion of your state tax liability to Prince Avenue Christian School and receive a dollar-for-dollar credit when filing your 2016 taxes. These funds are then used by Prince Avenue to provide financial aid to families who qualify (needs based). The school saves money from the operating budget, and you get a dollar
Clarke County Sheriff Ira Edwards, Jr. recently spoke to Prince Avenue Christian School middle and high school students as the second quarter speaker in the Distinguished Speaker Series. The Distinguished Speaker Series is part of the school’s four-pillar Christian Character Development program, designed to encourage students to strengthen their walk with Christ as they face the everyday
Prince Avenue Christian School Chaplain David Shivar was honored during Friday night's last regular season home game as the "Voice of the Wolverines". Mr. Shivar has announced Wolverine football since the football program began but will be leaving the school to serve on the mission field with his wife Beverly in Nicaragua. Mr. Shivar will be handing the "Voice
Prince Avenue Christian School junior Preston Chandler and senior Wesley Wells recently earned the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America. Scouts must earn at least 22 merit badges and demonstrate an ideal attitude based on the Scout Oath and Law to include leadership and service. These requirements take years to fulfill. The culminating
Friday, November 6
Swimming: Prince Avenue Swim Team competed against 7 area schools: North Oconee, Oconee, Clarke Central, Cedar Shoals, Athens Academy, George Walton, Jefferson, Jackson County, and Westminister Christian
1st place in 50 Yard Freestyle - Matthew Colquitt
1st place in 100 Yard Butterfly and a New School Record - 56.77 - John Morgan McDonald
Clarke County Sheriff Ira Edwards, Jr. will challenge middle and high school students to develop a Christ-like character in the midst of a lost world as the distinguished speaker in the second quarter Prince Avenue Christian School Christian Character Development series on Wednesday, November 4, at 10:10 am in the church worship center.
“Sheriff Edwards is a government leader who seeks
There is enormous devastation in the midlands region of South Carolina due to the recent flooding in that state. Prince Avenue's first grade is taking leadership to help the children of Richland County District 5 in Columbia, and we are asking the Lower School students to help the needy school aged child in the District 5 area. Over 300 children in