Meghan Hudson Receives Above and Beyond Award

Prince Avenue Christian School Visual Arts teacher Meghan Hudson recently received the Above and Beyond Award.  This 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 commitment, work performance, interpersonal skills, and personal traits. 
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Weaver and Hodges Advance to State Literary Meet Competition

Prince Avenue Christian School high school students recently competed in Region Literary Meet Competition hosted on campus in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church building. Competing in Dramatic Interpretation was senior Rebecca Hathaway, Human Interpretation was senior Mary Grace Palmer, and Duo Interpretation was both Rebecca Hathaway and Mary Grace Palmer.  Girls Solo was performed by sophomore Riley Wilson, and
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My Conversation with Prince Alum and Published Author, Mez Blume

Written by:  Amy Frierson It recently came to my attention that one of our alumni, Mary Elizabeth Blume Stead, is an author of children’s literature, and her book, Katie Watson and the Painter’s Plot, will be placed in the Prince library and on our summer reading list.  I remember Mary Beth as a young
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Weaver Named STAR Student

Prince Avenue senior Emily Weaver has been named the 2017-18 STAR Student for Prince Avenue Christian School, scoring the highest on one sitting of the SAT test this year.  She selected Science teacher Dale Autry as her STAR Teacher.  Both Emily and Mr. Autry were honored at the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce STAR Student Breakfast. Emily is
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Local Law Enforcement Officers Visit PACS Biology Classes

Lieutenant Zach Barrett, a Prince Avenue Christian School alumnus, and Lieutenant Bo Huff with the Walton County Sheriff’s office recently spoke to Mrs. Owens 9th grade Honors Biology classes.  Lieutenant Huff, head of the Crime Scene and Evidence Unit, discussed with students how crime scenes are processed explaining the importance of detail, observation, and
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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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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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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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Lower School Students Qualify for Duke Talent Identification Program

Fourth through fifth-grade students who scored in the 95th percentile or higher on an accepted subtest of the Terra Nova Achievement Test last spring were recently recognized for qualifying to participate in the highly selective Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).  Participation in the 4th-6th Grade Talent Search offers students opportunities such as online activities, a book
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Alicia Ross Speaks to Students in Lunch and Learn

Prince parent Alicia Ross recently spoke to Prince Avenue Christian School high school students as part of the school's Lunch and Learn program.  Mrs. Ross spoke to students about her career in nursing.  She explained that to be a successful nurse, it is necessary to have compassion, effective communication skills, confidence, and attention to detail.  Mrs.
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