2016 -2017 PACS Homecoming Representatives

The Prince Avenue Christian School 2016-2017 Homecoming Court has been selected by the high school student body.  Representatives are selected based on Christian character with an emphasis on the attributes mentioned by the Apostle Paul in Galatians 5:22-23.  “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness,
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“Into the Woods” Tickets for Sale

Saturday, October 8:   2:00 pm Tickets                              Saturday October 8:   7:00 pm Tickets   Prince Avenue Christian School's Fine Arts Department presents the musical Into the Woods on Saturday, October 8 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Tickets are now on sale for $11 online. Tickets will be $15 at the door
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2016 Homecoming Spirit Week

Homecoming at Prince Avenue Christian School is an event that students, parents, faculty, staff and alumni can all enjoy!  Spirit Week provides a number of fun activities designed to unify all Wolverines, and it is always fun to catch up with our graduates when they return to campus for the football game tailgate. Prince Avenue Christian School's 2016 Homecoming
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Candace Coles Todd Memorial Fund for Fine Arts

Make a Gift          Read Mrs. Todd's Obituary Beloved Prince Avenue Christian School teacher Candy Todd passed away September 10, 2016 after a long battle with cancer. She retired from the school last year. Mrs. Todd began teaching kindergarten at Prince Avenue in 1980 and continued her affiliation with PACS by teaching in the elementary, middle, and high
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PACS Cross Country Teams Honor the Fallen with 9/11 Memorial Run

The Prince Avenue Middle and High School Cross Country Teams honored the memory of those lost on 9/11 by planning and participating in the 9/11 Memorial Run.  Coach Michael Palmer designed the run in the place of one afternoon of practice. PACS students ran 9 laps at a 10K pace and 2 laps at a faster race pace to symbolize the numbers 9/11.
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Wolverines Unleashed and the PACS Annual Fund

Giving is a Wolverine Tradition at Prince Avenue Christian School. We are grateful for the support of families, grandparents, alumni and friends each year. The Wolverines Unleashed Family Fun Carnival was an incredible evening. 500 plus students and their families attended the carnival.  Families gathered to enjoy carnival food, face painting, sliding, climbing, jumping and catching up with friends. More
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Senior Tyler Maxey Earns Rank of Eagle Scout

Prince Avenue Christian School senior Tyler Maxey has 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 stipulation in this
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PACS Seniors Receive 2015-16 Rotary Student of the Semester Award

Two Prince Avenue seniors were named Rotary Student of the Semester for the 2015-16 school year.  Sarah Beth Johnson was honored fall semester, and Zachary Ware was honored spring semester.  The Rotary Student of the Semester is selected by PACS teachers for demonstration of the Rotary Club motto of “Service Above Self”.  The Rotary Club
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Scholarship Application Information

Dear Prince Avenue Christian School Parents, Prince Avenue Christian School continues to strive to provide excellence in Christian education. In addition to tuition assistance, we are privileged to also offer assistance in the form of annual scholarships to students who qualify based on need. The Lord has blessed us through the faithful generosity of families, friends and alumni. Over the
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Lower School Students Recognized at 2015-16 Honor’s Day

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 2015-2016 school year. The Lower School Academic team was recognized for their participation in middle school level competitions in which they performed very well.  Students who were on the academic team all
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