School Closed Thursday, February 26

Because of the potential for ice on the roads in the morning, and the fact that so many of our students travel from surrounding counties, we have decided to cancel school tomorrow.    We are still planning to present our Winter Concert featuring our bands, choral groups and drama team tomorrow (Thursday) evening at 7:00 pm. in
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PACS Fine Arts Winter Concert to Be Held on Thursday, February 26th

The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department will present a Winter Concert on Thursday, February 26th as one of their Fine Arts Week special events.  The concert will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the Worship Center of Prince Avenue Baptist Church. The Winter Concert will include performances by the PACS Advanced Band, Jazz Band, Praise Team, Voices of Prince,
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PACS Students Pack 20,000 Meals through Helping Hands Fight Hunger

On Friday, February 20th, Prince Avenue Christian School students, Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade, worked together to pack 20,000 meals to donate to the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia with the PACS Helping Hands Fight Hunger campaign.  Students, faculty, staff, parents, and grandparents worked together to assemble and pack  the meals throughout the day.  Each grade level prayed over
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Sutton Norris, Receives Apointment to US Military Academy at West Point

Congressman Jody Hice presented Prince Avenue Christian School Senior, Sutton Norris, with an appointment to the United States Military Academy in West Point.  Sutton received the nomination from the congressman's office in December and will report to the Academy in West Point in June.   Sutton is pictured with Congressman Jody Hice and his parents, Tab and Elizabeth
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Wood for Warriors Featured on Atlanta News Program

Several years ago, Prince Avenue Christian School student Sutton Norris decided to help disabled veterans in a very unique way.  He wanted to raise money to help fund specialized wheelchairs for veterans, and started a program he called Wood for Warriors to chop and sell wood with all donations going to purchase the wheelchairs.   Sutton, who recently received
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PACS Fine Arts Students Participate in Special Events

The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department has been actively participating in several special events.  On February 5th – 7th, six PACS Performing Arts students attended the State Thespian Society Conference in Columbus, Georgia.  During the three day event, PACS students participated in workshops, attended plays and musicals, and competed in several competitions.  Senior Rachel Adams was one
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PACS National Honor Society Collects Supplies for Mission Trip

The National Honor Society is helping the PACS senior class collect supplies for the Honduras mission trip.  These items will be distributed to the people of Honduras by PACS seniors.   The deadline for the collection is this Friday, February 20.  Items needed include bars of soap, toothpaste, tooth brushes, pencils, rulers, paper, and scissors.  Items can
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Special Guest, Noel Tredinnick, Speaks to Fine Arts Classes

Noel Tredinnick, music director of All Souls’ Church and professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England recently presented a master class with the PACS high school performing arts classes and praise team.  Dr. Tredinnick discussed the importance of combining all forms of the arts in worship.  Following a time of question and answer,
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PACS Athletes Commit to Play Football in College

Two Prince Avenue Christian School senior athletes were honored yesterday for their decision to play football at the collegiate level.   Running back and defensive back Jonah Doster has been selected as a preferred walk-on at Kennesaw State University while quarterback Tyson Herron signed to play for Carson Newman College.  Congratulations to these excellent Wolverine athletes on their future
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