PACS Hosts Quarterfinals of State Football Playoffs: Friday, November 24th

The Prince Avenue Christian School Wolverines will host the Quarterfinals of the GHSA State Football Playoffs vs. the Darlington School Tigers on Friday, November 24th at 7:30 pm at Brad Akins Field. General Admission Tickets are $12 and are available for pre-sale at the concession window at Tuesday night's PACS basketball games only or for purchase at
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Winter Sports News

Middle School Boys Basketball Tuesday, November 14: In their season opener, the Prince Avenue Christian School Middle School Boys Basketball Team defeated Bethlehem Christian Academy 65-12.  The Wolverines were led in scoring by Luke Nesbit with 14 Points, Josh Britt with 14 Points, and Evan Ivester with 9 Points. The middle school boys will be back in action on November 30 at home against
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Will Kahlstorf Signs to Play Golf at UGA

Prince Avenue Christian School senior Will Kahlstorf recently signed to play golf at the University of Georgia.     PACS Athletic Director Richard Ricketts expressed his enthusiasm for Will’s decision to play at UGA.  “Will is a steady, level-headed athlete who has worked very hard to keep improving his golf game. His quiet determination will
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Lady Wolverines Advance to Elite Eight in State Softball Tournament

The Lady Wolverines are headed to the Elite Eight after 9-1 and 13-5 wins over Savannah Christian in the second round of the GHSA Softball Private State Tournament. Prince Avenue will play in Columbus, Georgia against George Walton Academy on Thursday, October 26th at 11:00 am.   It's a Great Day to Be a Wolverine!  
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Fall Sports News

Middle and High School Cross Country  Saturday, September 2: The PACS Middle and High School Cross Country teams had an excellent showing at the Region Preview held at Athens Christian School.   Middle School Girls took 1st place overall, and Middle School Boys took 2nd place overall. Varsity Girls took 3rd place overall, and Varsity Boys took 5th
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‘Lil Wolverines Running Club for 2nd- 8th Grade Runners

Lil Wolvervines Running Club is an 8 week co-ed running program suitable for 2nd through 8th grade students. Our season will start with practices that lead to runners taking part in real 1.86 mile XC races run in the Northeast Georgia Youth Running League. (Entry fee in all 6 of these races are included in cost). This program will develop and
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Early Bird Booster Club Membership Now Open for 2017-2018

 The 2017-2018 school year is only a few weeks away, and Prince Avenue Christian School is looking forward to another great year of Prince Athletics.  Early Bird Booster Club Membership is now open, and all Prince families are encouraged to join.   Membership in the Booster Club provides admission to all regular season
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2017 Middle School, JV, and Varsity Volleyball Teams Announced

Congratulations to the 2017 Middle School, JV, and Varsity volleyball teams. Varsity: Skyler Cannon Caroline Hill Emma Taylor Mardra Caldwell Abby Davis Anabel Griffith Niyah Beasley Allie Carter Mackenzie Case Kelly Cascella Addi Kay Carter Junior Varsity: Fiona Feng Eliza Taylor Emma Allen Maggie Allen Elizabeth Brantley Lucy Henderson Haley Holcombe Bailey Hicks Megan Jackson Anna Grace Marable Anna Greer Vandagriff
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Culpepper, the Youngest Voice of the Wolverines

If you have been to a Wolverine basketball game this year, you may have noticed a young helper keeping stats at the table of the WMSL broadcasters, or maybe you attended a Wolverine soccer game and heard the voice of a young announcer.  This is the voice of Prince Avenue Christian School freshman Hamilton Culpepper.  Known for his
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Varsity Golf News

Monday, May 8 The Varsity Boys Golf team will compete in the Class A Private State Tournament at Green Island Country Club in Columbus on Monday, May 22 and Tuesday, May 23. The state tournament will be a 36 hole event. The boys earned their trip to state by finishing in second place at the recent Area 2 Tournament. Prince fired a team total 310, but
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