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
The 2017 Summer Reading Lists have been released for Prince Avenue Christian School students entering first grade through the twelfth grades.
Each grade has different requirements, so check the list carefully to make sure all expectations are met before school begins in August.
Download the 2017 Reading Lists:
2017 Lower School Reading Lists (Entering Grades 1-5)
2017 Middle School
Prince Avenue Christian School has named the Class of 2017 Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and Epistle Award Recipient.
The 2017 Valedictorian is Chase Deatrick.
Chase is the son of John and Grace Deatrick and has attended PACS for six years. He has received the Wolverine Academic Gold Award for highest yearly average in 9th and 10th grade, is a member of
Prince Avenue Christian School student Becket Daniel was among the winners of the 2017 Duke TIP Writing Contest. Becket is in the 5th grade and is the daughter of David and Melanie Daniel.
The Duke TIP Writing Contest is held annually for participants in the TIP 4th–6th Grade Talent Search, and this year students were asked
During the hustle and bustle of afternoon activities, while many Prince Avenue Christian School students are making their way to rehearsals and team practices, there is a unique group of 5th and 6th graders gathering in the computer lab to participate in the new Robotics and Programming Club.
On Saturday, March 25th, the Prince Avenue Christian School Varsity Academic Team placed 2nd in the Georgia Academic Team Association State Tournament at Flowery Branch High School.
This victory marks the end of the season which began in September. This year's team members are Emily Weaver, Marlan Adams, Chase Deatrick, Danny Lee, Matthew Butt, and Robert West. The
Prince Avenue Christian High School students recently participated in the GHSA Region Literary Meet. Junior Rebecca Hathaway placed second in Humorous Oral Interpretation and will go on to compete in the State Literary Meet.
Other participants included:
Girls solo: Macy Frazier
Boys Solo: Alex Harding
Girls Trio: Riley Wilson, Chloe Ferguson, Kathryn Anne Frierson
Boys Quartet: Alex
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.