Four students and three adults will cross the ocean to minister to Estonian and Russian children on a Fine Arts mission trip July 13-22, 2015.
Recent graduate Rachel Adams, seniors Will Adams and Joy Harris, and junior Isabelle Renn will be teaching conversational English to children at Camp Gideon in the northern part of the country, near the Gulf of
The 2015 Summer Reading Lists have been released. These lists can be downloaded by clicking on the links beloew.
>> Click Here for the First - Third Grade Reading List
>> Click Here for the Fourth - Fifth Grade Reading List
>> Click Here for the Middle School Reading List
Mr. Daniel J. Head has been hired as Prince Avenue Christian Middle School’s principal effective July 17, 2015, announced Head of School Col. Seth Hathaway.
Mr. Head has excellent leadership, administrative, and teaching experience in middle and high school Christian education, and he is committed to helping students develop Christ-like character to glorify God in all things.
While serving as
>> Click Here to Download the Middle School Supply List
The Middle School Supply List has been updated and released by the Middle School Office. Some items may be added by teachers at a later date. All students will receive a copy of the list at the Back-to-School meetings in August.
The Wolverine Varsity Football team recently ran the Currahee Mountain Trail in Toccoa, building strength, endurance, and camaraderie. The six-mile round trip mountain trail was a WWII training site for the U.S. Paratroopers and Easy Company. The mountain was featured in the film Band of Brothers.
Prince Avenue Christian School Baseball players Zach Ragle and Trey Felt have been given the honor of playing on the Georgia Top 100.
Rising senior Zach Ragle was clocked at 89 mph velocity from the outfield becoming the top outfield velocity in the state. He also ran a 6.9 - 60 yard dash and had a bat speed of 90 mph
Prince Avenue Christian School held their Middle School Honors Day Program in which students were recognized by their teachers and administrators for academic achievement and excellence per subject level as well as recognition in other areas of accomplishment.
Students recognized for academic achievements in Bible were Reece Wyatt, Tori Cameron, Caroline Middlebrooks, Hunger Melton, and Annie Echols. Those recognized
Prince Avenue Christian School held the annual Lower School Honor’s Day in which students were recognized for their achievements in many different areas during the 2014-2015 school year.
The program began with a presentation from the fourth grade class. These students learned all of the books of the Bible in a fun and creative song. Students
Prince Avenue Christian School freshman Will Kahlstorf won the GHSA Class A-Private State Individual Championship Monday, shooting an 18-hole 70 to finish as the only player who completed the round under par in stormy, wet conditions. The Wolverine team placed 8th in the tourney, with sophomore Grant Crowell scoring 76, junior Tanner Foster carding an 81, and Brad Bennett shooting a
Each and every day, the teachers at Prince Avenue Christian School exemplify the Wolverine Way by honoring God, pursuing excellence, and discipling students. Even in an atmosphere where such commitment is the norm, there are some teachers who stay a little longer, work a little harder, and display a level of dedication that is to be commended as extra