Mission Updates from Honduras

Mission Updates from Ben Wallis, Director of Spiritual Life: Monday, February 27 - Day 3 Today was the first day that divided our Seniors into 3 groups.  We do this so that our group sizes are more manageable, less overwhelming to those we are sharing the Gospel with, and most importantly, it enables us to have a much wider impact. This
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Deatrick Named Star Student and National Merit Finalist

Prince Avenue Christian School senior Chase Deatrick has been named the 2016-17 STAR Student for PACS, scoring the highest on one sitting of the SAT test this year.  Chase selected English teacher Jimmy Phillips as his STAR Teacher.  Both Chase and Mr. Phillips were honored at the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce STAR Student Breakfast. Chase is the
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Lady Wolverines Advance to Elite Eight in State Playoffs

For the first time since Prince Avenue Christian School joined the GHSA Class-A Private classification, a PACS varsity basketball team has advanced to the Elite Eight in the 3rd Round of State Playoffs.   The Lady Wolverines made history when they won 47-32 over First Presbyterian Day  in the second round of the state tournament.  The Lady
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Students Attend Regional Spelling Bee

Prince Avenue Christian School Lower and Middle School students recently attended the ACSI Regional Spelling Bee.  Lower School competition included students in 1st – 4th grades and took place in Lilburn, Georgia.   Middle School competition included students in 5th – 8th grades and took place in Powder Springs, Georgia. Congratulations to the following Lower School students who
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PACS Students Have Artwork on Display at OCAF Center

Prince Avenue Christian School students will have artwork displayed at the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation Center from February 25 – March 23 as part of Oconee County Youth Art Month.  Youth Art Month is a national show in coordination with the National Art Education Association.   All of the artwork on display is from private and public schools in Oconee
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PACS Interact Club Exceeds Goal for Hygiene Kits

Prince Avenue Christian School students and families raised $4,075 through the Interact Club's drive to raise money for hygiene care kits for the Honduras Senior Mission Trip.  Through their generosity, the Interact Club exceeded its goal of 400 kits.  The remainder of the money raised will go directly to Baptist Medical and Dental Mission International in Honduras.  
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PACS Seniors Prepare for Mission Trip to Honduras

The Prince Avenue Christian School senior class will leave on Saturday, February 25th for the PACS Senior Mission Trip to Honduras. On this trip, students will have the opportunity to share the Gospel by giving out copies of the Bible, taking prayer walks, and ministering to the local population alongside the full-time missionaries of that area. Students will be able
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Student Gives Unique Presentation in Speech Class

Prince Avenue Christian School senior, Jasmine Hawkins, recently presented a demonstration speech “How to Groom a Horse” to Mrs. Mast’s speech class.   Jasmine brought in her two horses, Bling and Logan.  Bling (pictured) is a paint horse and has belonged to Jasmine for seven years.  Jasmine shows both horses in events nationally.
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2017-2018 Academic Calendar

The 2017-2018 Academic Calendar has been set for the next school year.  You can download the full calendar by clicking on the button below.   2017 - 2018 Academic Calendar  
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Nate Aldin Named to Georgia All-State Band

Prince Avenue Christian School sophomore Nate Aldin has been named to the 2017 Georgia All-State Band.  Nate plays the clarinet in the PACS Advanced Band and is the first band student in PACS history to be selected for high school All-State Band.  Nate will rehearse and perform with this distinguished group March 2-4 at the Athens Classic Center. 
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