Prince Avenue Christian School administrators, faculty, and staff are busy preparing for the 2017 -2018 school year.
Many events are scheduled leading up to the first day of school. All of these events are designed to prepare students and families for the school year and help facilitate a smooth beginning.
All of the information regarding the back to
Lil Wolvervines Running Club is an 8 week co-ed running program suitable for 2nd through 8th grade students. Our season will start with practices that lead to runners taking part in real 1.86 mile XC races run in the Northeast Georgia Youth Running League. (Entry fee in all 6 of these races are included in cost).
This program will develop and
The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department is currently on a mission trip in the country of Estonia. Please pray for this group of students and chaperones as they minister this week. The group departed on June 14th and will return on July 24th.
Throughout this trip, students will have the opportunity to share Christ through the arts and
The 2017-2018 school year is only a few weeks away, and Prince Avenue Christian School is looking forward to another great year of Prince Athletics. Early Bird Booster Club Membership is now open, and all Prince families are encouraged to join.
Membership in the Booster Club provides admission to all regular season
The 2017 Summer Reading Lists have been released for Prince Avenue Christian School students entering first grade through the twelfth grades.
Each grade has different requirements, so check the list carefully to make sure all expectations are met before school begins in August.
Download the 2017 Reading Lists:
2017 Lower School Reading Lists (Entering Grades 1-5)
2017 Middle School
Prince Avenue Christian School is hiring bus drivers to cover morning and afternoon bus routes and transportation to and from field trips and sporting events as needed and schedule permitting. This position will report to the Facilities Director.
Drivers must have a CDL license with P and S endorsements, an excellent driving record, punctuality, and a servant&rsquo
Prince Avenue Christian School is blessed to enjoy the faithful generosity of friends and alumni who make scholarships for Prince students possible. Twenty PACS students were awarded scholarships for the 2017-18 school year during the recent Honors Day ceremonies.
The William H. Ricketts Scholarship, established by the school to honor the pastor of Prince Avenue Baptist Church, is awarded
Prince Avenue Christian School has named the Class of 2017 Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Epistle Award Recipient.
The 2017 Valedictorian is Chase Deatrick.
Chase is the son of John and Grace Deatrick and has attended PACS for six years. He has received the Wolverine Academic Gold Award for highest yearly average in 9th and 10th grade, is a member of
Three new scholarships were awarded at this year’s PACS Honors Day ceremonies. These scholarships honor the memory of two PACS staff employees and one PACS graduate. All were very special to the PACS community.
The Melissa Stokes Tyler Memorial Scholarship was lovingly established by her family in her memory after Melissa was tragically killed in
Prince Avenue Christian School will hold the Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2017 on Saturday, May 20th at 10:00 am in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center. Dr. Frank S. Page, president and chief executive officer of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, will give the charge to graduates.
Frank S. Page has been president and