The 2015-16 Prince Avenue Girls Basketball Season has been especially memorable for one PACS senior, Jordyn Smith. It was during this season that Jordyn exceeded 1000 career points for the Lady Wolverines.
When asked about her 1000 points, Jordyn, known for dodging the spotlight, minimized her achievement. “I had no idea that I would even come close to having
Prince Avenue senior Will Douglas was named the 2015-16 STAR Student from Prince Avenue Christian School, scoring the highest on one sitting of the SAT test this year. He selected Drama teacher Joe Strickland as his STAR Teacher. Both will be honored at the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce STAR Student Breakfast.
The son of David and
Ten students from Prince Avenue Christian School have been selected to perform with the Georgia Music Educators Association District Honor Band. Those students are Emily Weaver – clarinet, Nate Aldin – clarinet, Shannon Lee – saxophone, Maddy Wilson – saxophone, Abbigail Merhar – saxophone, Caleb Wilson – saxophone, Mackenzie Case – trumpet, Garrison Hammond – horn, Caleb Land –
Three Prince Avenue Christian School senior athletes were honored yesterday for their decision to play football at the collegiate level.
Offensive tackle Rob Kraeling signed with Duke. Running back Kevon Hudson signed with Carson-Newman, and Jordan Hightower signed with Lenoir-Rhyne.
PACS is grateful for the contributions of these athletes to the Wolverines
Wednesday, February 10
The Wolverines defeated Tallulah Falls 64-46 in the Region Tourney game held at Athens Academy. They were led by Duncan Taylor (20 points), Mack Simmons (15 points), and Noah Campbell (8 points). The Wolverines will play Lakeview Academy in the Region Semi-final at Athens Academy at 5:30 on Friday.
Friday, February 6
Preliminary results: John Morgan McDonald placed as
Rev. Franklin Scott, senior campus minister of the University of Georgia Baptist Collegiate Ministry, was the winter quarter Distinguished Speaker for the Prince Avenue Christian School Christian Character Development Program series.
Rev. Scott addressed PACS middle and high school students about the importance of knowing who they are and whose they are. From Exodus 19:2-6, students were reminded that
For the second consecutive year, PACS 8th grader, Caleb Land, has made the Georgia Middle School All-State Band. This year, he made second chair which means he is the second best middle school trombonist in the state. All-State Band is the highest honor available to band students in Georgia. It is the goal of high-achieving band students
PACS senior, Gabby Sims and eighth grader, Taylor Bond were recently honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution Apalachee Chapter Awards Luncheon.
Gabby was nominated by PACS teachers for the Good Citizen Award in response to her dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. Gabby has exemplified outstanding character and commitment to citizenship both within Prince Avenue as well
This week as part of the “Lunch and Learn” program, Augusta University Assistant Dean and Prince Avenue parent, Julia Behr, spoke to PACS high school students about the nursing profession. Mrs. Behr spoke to the students about how history and the media have over time affected the perception people have of the nursing profession. Florence Nightingale, at the
The Prince Avenue Christian School Middle School students will present two performances of The Lion King Jr., one on Thursday, February 11 at 7:00 pm and again on Friday, February 12 at 6:00 pm in the PABC Children's Theatre.
Tickets are $8 online and $10 at the door. Purchase your tickets today, and enjoy the show!