Prince Avenue Christian School senior Chase Deatrick has been named the 2016-17 STAR Student for PACS, scoring the highest on one sitting of the SAT test this year. Chase selected English teacher Jimmy Phillips as his STAR Teacher. Both Chase and Mr. Phillips were honored at the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce STAR Student Breakfast.
Chase is the
Prince Avenue Christian School Lower and Middle School students recently attended the ACSI Regional Spelling Bee.
Lower School competition included students in 1st – 4th grades and took place in Lilburn, Georgia. Middle School competition included students in 5th – 8th grades and took place in Powder Springs, Georgia.
Congratulations to the following Lower School students who
Prince Avenue Christian School senior, Jasmine Hawkins, recently presented a demonstration speech “How to Groom a Horse” to Mrs. Mast’s speech class. Jasmine brought in her two horses, Bling and Logan. Bling (pictured) is a paint horse and has belonged to Jasmine for seven years. Jasmine shows both horses in events nationally.
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Prince Avenue Christian School students were recently recognized during Lower School Chapel for special achievements thus far this school year.
3rd grade students were recognized by their teacher Lavonia Hardman for mastery of multiplication facts with the Mighty Multiplier award. Those students were: William Henderson, Layla Bentley, Kylee Simmons, Micah Rhodes and Bella Rosenthal.
Physical Education students were
Three students in the Prince Avenue Christian School Class of 2017 were recently recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program for their outstanding performance on the October 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying test.
Chase Deatrick was named a Semifinalist. The son of John and Grace Deatrick, Chase will have the opportunity to continue in the competition for 7,500 National Merit
Prince Avenue Christian School first grade classes had Reading Camp Out Day as a reward for the students meeting first quarter classroom goals of 100 points. To celebrate, students wore pajamas and brought a favorite stuffed animal, pillow, and blanket. Students spent the day reading independently as well as with friends. It was a fun and exciting day of
Prince Avenue Christian School held the annual Lower School Honor’s Day in which students were recognized for their achievements in many different areas during the 2015-2016 school year.
The Lower School Academic team was recognized for their participation in middle school level competitions in which they performed very well. Students who were on the academic team all
Prince Avenue Christian School held their Middle School Honors Day Program in which students were recognized by their teachers and administrators for academic achievement and excellence per subject level as well as recognition in other areas of accomplishment for the 2015-16 school year.
Students recognized for academic achievements in Bible were Landys McClellan, Reece Wyatt, Elizabeth Coleman, and Mackenzie Case.
Prince Avenue Head of School, Colonel Seth Hathaway, has announced that a new co-curricular after school program will be implemented for lower and middle school students beginning in the 2016-17 school year.
The new after school program will shift the approach of the on-campus after school program from one that is childcare-based to one that is developmental in nature