Prince Avenue Christian School middle and high school band students recently auditioned for District Honor Band. Sam Carmean, Will Frost, Jake Hathaway, Abby Weaver, and Caleb Wilson all made middle school District Honor Band. Jake Hathaway and Caleb Wilson both accomplished 1st chair in their respective sections scoring the highest score on their instrument. The middle school District
Three Prince Avenue Christian School students were recently honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Apalachee Chapter Awards Luncheon.
Eighth-grade student Elizabeth Ann Jackson was selected as the winner of the DAR American History Essay Contest. Elizabeth responded to the prompt “World War I: Remembering the War to End All Wars” and was honored as
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Over the Christmas break, Prince Avenue Christian School opened its doors for one very special event. PACS senior football players Harrison Jump and Daniel Parrish signed to play football at the college level.
Harrison Jump signed to play at Georgia Tech. Head Coach Greg Vandagriff congratulates Jump on a wonderful senior year. “It is awesome
Congratulations to the Prince Avenue Swim Team members for their performance at the Clarke-Oconee Invitational swim meet held at the University of Georgia Ramsey Center.
The team achieved three more state qualifying times. Seniors Matthew Colquitt and John Morgan McDonald both qualified in the 100-yard butterfly, and John Morgan qualified in the 50
Former Prince Avenue Christian School front office receptionist Beverly Shivar spent some time this week visiting PACS 3rd graders. David and Beverly Shivar retired from PACS in 2016 in order to serve as missionaries in Nicaragua. While in the states for a visit, Mrs. Shivar took the time to visit and share with students about her work in Nicaragua.
This Christmas season, Prince Avenue Christian Lower School supported a special local ministry. Students and families purchased much-needed shoes for children involved in Kids First, an outreach ministry founded by Larry and Anna Boling in 2003. Mr. Boling is the recently retired and much beloved former PACS lower school music teacher.
Lower school principal Becky Callaway explained that
He can be seen giving high fives in the car drop-off line, cheering on the Wolverines at various sporting events, and posing for pictures with Wolverine fans. He is mighty and fierce while being kind and friendly. He is loyal to all things Prince Avenue. He is Winston the Wolverine!
Winston is a larger than
Senior Emily Weaver has been named Prince Avenue Christian School's Rotary Student of the Semester selected by teachers for her demonstration of the Rotary Club motto of "Service Above Self."
Emily, the daughter of Chris and Tracey Weaver, chose Ben Wallis, Director of Spiritual Life, to share this honor with her.
Nine Prince Avenue Christian School varsity football players were recently named to the Region 8-A All-Region Football Team.
Named All-Region Offensive Linemen were seniors Daniel Parrish, Harrison Jump, and Luke Wells. Senior Grant Roland was named All-Region Offensive Quarterback while junior Mack Simmons was named All-Region Offensive Wide Receiver.
Defensively, junior Elijah Hynes was named All-Region Defensive