Dr. Wayne Wallis, Veterinarian, Lunch and Learn Speaker

Dr. Wayne Wallis, veterinarian and father of Prince Avenue Christian School Spiritual Life Director Ben Wallis, was this month’s Lunch and Learn speaker to high school students.  Dr. Wallis explained that the veterinarian field is difficult with the hardest part balancing the business aspect with the clinical aspect.  He recommended that students avoid choosing to major
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Fine Arts Week, February 21 - 23

Prince Avenue Christian School will celebrate Fine Arts Week on Wednesday, February 21st - Friday, February 23rd.  The week will include themed dress up days, the PACS Fine Arts Winter Concert, and special guest Beverly Varnado. All students are encouraged to participate in themed dress-up days.  If students do not dress up, they are expected to follow the
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Walton EMC Gives Safety Demonstration to 4th Grade Students

As a culmination of their Electricity and Magnetism unit, Prince Avenue Christian School 4th grade students received a visit from Walton EMC personnel. Jeff Paul (Member Services Director) and Jennifer Broun (Community and Youth Representative) presented a safety demonstration on electricity. Students were able to see how electricity runs through fallen wires, a ladder, and a wire that
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McDonald Signs to Swim at the College Level

Prince Avenue senior John Morgan McDonald recently signed to swim at the college level with the University of Cumberlands.  PACS swim coach Dale Autry described John Morgan’s commitment to swimming at PACS.  “John Morgan has been swimming for Prince since 7th grade.  He obviously takes seriously his duty to use the great talent
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Students Have Artwork on Display at OCAF

Prince Avenue Christian School students will have artwork displayed at the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation Center from February 23 – March 23 as part of Oconee County Youth Art Month.  Youth Art Month is a national show in coordination with the National Art Education Association.   All of the artwork on display is from private and public schools in Oconee
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Abby Frost’s Essay Chosen as State Winner of DAR Contest

Prince Avenue Christian School junior Abby Frost was recently notified that the American History essay she submitted to the Apalachee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has been selected as the essay contest state winner.  Abby responded to the prompt, “Advantages and Disadvantages of Working Relationships Between Foreign Parties”.  Specifically, Abby’s
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Megan Almon, Distinguished Speaker February 21st

On February 21st, Prince Avenue Christian School middle and high school students will welcome Megan Almon from the Life Training Institute as a special guest speaker as part of the PACS Distinguished Speaker Series.  Mrs. Almon will present “The Case for Life” helping students understand how to persuasively defend their views in the marketplace of ideas by
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Wolverine Girls and Boys Basketball Teams Win Region Titles - Make Program History

The Wolverine basketball teams, both girls and boys, made history by winning the Region 8A Championship on the same day versus the same school opponent.   Both teams competed on Saturday against Athens Academy in the Region 8A Finals.  The Lady Wolverines won 38-31 earning their second region title in
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Wolverine Basketball Players Honored in Region 8A

Six Prince Avenue Christian School basketball players were recognized by 8A Region for their performances on the court this season.  Sophomore Ansley Hall was named Girls Player of the year while senior Dalton Meeler was named Co-Boys Player of the Year. Selected for Second Team was junior Madison Britt, and receiving Honorable Mentions were juniors Janie Henderson and Mack
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PACS Students Donate Handmade Blankets to Local Law Enforcement

When visiting the Prince Avenue Christian School lower school hallways in recent weeks, teachers, students, and parents may have noticed the third-grade classes busy working on what may have seemed like a simple craft project. In reality, the knotted felt blankets the students have been making will serve a much greater purpose. The handmade blankets will be donated to local
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