Prince Avenue High School students recently participated in the GHSA Region Literary Meet. Senior Mary Martin Harper won first place in Rhetorical Essay, and junior Matthew Butt won second place in Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking.
Other participants included:
Rachel Brannen - Argumentative Essay
Abby Frost - Personal Essay
Robert West - International Extemporaneous Speaking
Prince Avenue Lower School students in first through fourth grades competed in the ACSI Regional Spelling Bee held at Landmark Christian School in Fairburn, Georgia.
Second grader, Bowden DuBose placed fourth in his grade, and first grader Jake Peacock placed fifth in his grade.
Pictured: First Grade Students - Jake Peacock, Taylor Lord, and Chloe Merritt
Thirty-four PACS high school students joined Lunch and Learn on Friday, February 12th to hear Prince parent Dr. Tradd Harter, orthodontist at Classic City Orthodontics. Dr. Harter reviewed with students the high-tech services offered in his office as well as the academic standards by which students are accepted to medical school. He described a highly competitive field that
Prince Avenue senior Will Douglas was named the 2015-16 STAR Student from Prince Avenue Christian School, scoring the highest on one sitting of the SAT test this year. He selected Drama teacher Joe Strickland as his STAR Teacher. Both will be honored at the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce STAR Student Breakfast.
The son of David and
This week as part of the “Lunch and Learn” program, Augusta University Assistant Dean and Prince Avenue parent, Julia Behr, spoke to PACS high school students about the nursing profession. Mrs. Behr spoke to the students about how history and the media have over time affected the perception people have of the nursing profession. Florence Nightingale, at the
The Prince Avenue Middle School Academic Team recently qualified for the state Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Tournament. The team came in second by only five points behind Oglethorpe at the competition held at Hart County Middle School. The other competitors included Jefferson City, Malcom Bridge, Hart County, Franklin County, Stephens County, and West Jackson.
The Prince Avenue Varsity Academic Team placed first at the Christian Quiz Bowl League Tournament at Providence Christian Academy. Team members included senior Wesley Wells and juniors Matthew Butt, Chase Deatrick, and Robert West.
Lower School students recently competed in the PACS Geography Bee. Four students from each class competed in the bee facilitated by Lower School PE teacher Michael Palmer. All of the competitors received a certificate, and the champion for each grade received a trophy. The top six students from each grade will compete in the ACSI District Geography
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.
Students recognized for academic achievements in Bible were Reece Wyatt, Tori Cameron, Caroline Middlebrooks, Hunger Melton, and Annie Echols. Those recognized
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 2014-2015 school year.
The program began with a presentation from the fourth grade class. These students learned all of the books of the Bible in a fun and creative song. Students