Emily Weaver Named Rotary Student of the Semester

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.  
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Eley, Adams, and Morris Nominated as GISA Master Teachers

Three teachers from Prince Avenue Christian School were recently nominated by the PACS administration as Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) 2018 Master Teachers.  Kindergarten teacher Mandy Eley, band director Miles Adams, and Director of Fine Arts LaMurl Morris will all participate in the selection process for this special honor.  The selection process for Master Teacher is challenging and competitive.
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PACS Awarded Walton EMC School Empowerment Grant

Prince Avenue Christian School was recently awarded the Walton EMC School Empowerment Grant.  This grant is the STEM Lab Establishment/Science Curriculum Grant and will benefit the lower school with science equipment and supplies such as microscopes, balance scales, and other lab tools as well as supplies needed for projects to enrich studies in earth, physical, and life science.
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Prince Parent Jeff Carter Lunch and Learn Speaker

Prince parent and Board of Trustees member Jeff Carter recently came and spoke to Prince Avenue Christian high school students on the career of engineering as part of the school's Lunch and Learn program.   Mr. Carter graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Engineering. After spending several years as vice
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Prince Parent Dr. Peter Kelley Lunch and Learn Speaker

Prince parent Dr. Peter Kelley was this month’s speaker at the PACS high school Lunch and Learn program.  Dr. Kelley works as an anesthesiologist at Peidmont Athens Regional Hospital.  He explained to students that a profession in the medical field takes time and academic effort and that students who desire to work in
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Sue Nell Smeltzer Receives Above and Beyond Award

Prince Avenue third grade teacher Mrs. Sue Nell Smeltzer recently received the Above and Beyond Award for the first quarter of school.  The Above and Beyond Award recognizes teachers and staff members through a nomination and evaluation process conducted by members of the school’s Administrative Leadership Team.  This individual is considered based on attitude and
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PACS Seniors Recognized by National Merit Scholarship Program

Two students in the Prince Avenue Christian School Class of 2018 were recently recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program for their outstanding performance on the October 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Emily Weaver was named a Semifinalist.  The daughter of Chris and Tracey Weaver, Emily will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for 7,500 National Merit
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Brandon Ware, Guest Lecturer for AP Biology Students

Students in Mrs. Owens’s AP Biology class enjoyed a guest lecture from Brandon Ware.  Brandon is the son of former Prince teacher Teri Ware and is currently working on his Ph.D. in cancer biology at Emory University.  Brandon talked with students about his time as an undergraduate and graduate student before discussing his current research
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Meg Titshaw Leads Lunch and Learn Fitness Presentation

Prince parent Meg Titshaw was this month’s speaker for the Prince Avenue high school Lunch and Learn.  Mrs. Titshaw has a degree in Exercise Science from the University of Georgia.  She has had many jobs in the field of exercise science but is currently a personal trainer and the founder of PHIT, Private Health Instruction and
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PACS 2016-2017 Yearbook Receives Superior Rating

At the end of last school year, the 2016-2017 yearbook staff submitted the Prince Avenue Christian School Yearbook, Koinoinia, to be evaluated by two organizations, Southern Interscholastic Press Association (SIPA) and American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA).  These organizations review the yearbook and offer feedback in improving yearbook publications in the future.  The PACS yearbook staff received the reviews
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