Prince Avenue 2017 graduate, Tyler Maxey, recently dropped by the school to visit with teachers and administrators. Tyler graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Training at Parris Island, South Carolina on September 15th. Having completed ten days of leave, he is now on his way to Advanced Infantry Training at Camp Lejenue, North Carolina. From there he will go
Prince Avenue Christian School's 2017 Homecoming will be celebrated on Friday, October 13th, with Spirit Week leading up to the varsity football game against Hebron. All students are invited to participate in the Spirit Week dress up days. Middle and high school students will also compete in banner, hall decoration, and spirit cheer/skit competitions.
Two teachers from Prince Avenue Christian School were recently selected by the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) as Master Teachers. Second grade teacher Becky Padgett and high school math teacher Katie Gilbert were two of only twenty-five selected from over 166 GISA member schools and hundreds of applicants.
The selection process for Master Teacher is challenging and competitive. To
Walton EMC linemen Jacob Brooks and Derrick Hendricks recently paid a visit to Prince Avenue Christian School kindergarten classes. The visit was part of the kindergarten unit on community helpers. Students learned how electricity works, what it is like to be a lineman, and ways to stay safe around power lines. Each student received a plastic
As the Epistle Award recipient for the Class of 2017, Prince Avenue Christian School graduate Jared Gilstrap definitely made his mark on PACS. Now, as Jared has started his college career at the University of Georgia, he is continuing to make his mark – this time as the first Prince graduate to be accepted into the prestigious Redcoat Marching Band.
Middle and High School Cross Country
Saturday, September 2:
The PACS Middle and High School Cross Country teams had an excellent showing at the Region Preview held at Athens Christian School.
Middle School Girls took 1st place overall, and Middle School Boys took 2nd place overall.
Varsity Girls took 3rd place overall, and Varsity Boys took 5th
Prince Avenue High School students recently enjoyed the first Lunch and Learn presentation of the 2017-2018 school year. Students enjoyed an interesting and informative session on the topic of Careers in Banking led by Kristi Greer of Oconee State Bank.
Ms. Greer reviewed with students the purpose of a bank and the different services it provides as well
In order to adjust to the needs of the school community, Prince Avenue Christian School has made changes to two of the bus routes for the 2017-2018 school year.
The new bus routes to Commerce and Madison have had mixed participation. Two stops that have not had any riders will be deleted and other stops will be added
The Prince Avenue Christian School "Wolverines Unleashed" Family Fun Carnival held this week was a great success. The generous support of the PACS community through this exciting event raised more than $80,000 in contributions and pledges.
After a beautiful afternoon of celebrating and observing the Great Eclipse of 2017, over 525 students along with parents, family members, faculty, and staff enjoyed a
The Prince Avenue Parent Teacher Fellowship is sponsoring a Labor Day Gently Used Uniform Sale.
The sale dates are Thursday, August 31st from 3 - 6 pm, and Friday, September 1st from 8 - 10 am.
All uniform tops, skirts, shorts, pants, and t-shirts will be priced at $2 each. All sweaters, sweatshirts, and jackets will be priced at $5 each.