The 2018 Summer at Prince Youth Sports Camps are now called FUNdamentals Youth Sports Camps! Your children will have FUN while learning the most important skills of their sport.
Registration is now open! Children in grades K - 6 can register for basketball, cheerleading football, and soccer camps. Grades K - 8 can register for baseball
There will be a Cheerleading Informational Meeting on Tuesday, April 17th from 3:30-3:45 pm in the Chorus Room. This meeting is for rising 6th-12th grade girls interested in cheering for Middle School or Varsity Football for the 2018-19 school year. Questions should be directed to Lisa Ricketts at
Two Prince Avenue Christian School seniors signed this week to play sports at the college level.
Grant Roland signed to play football at Grand View University. Head Coach Greg Vandagriff describes Grant as a true Wolverine for life. “We are truly going to miss Grant Roland next year; he is the winningest quarterback in
All Prince Avenue varsity athletic scores can be located on our Scoreboard page on the school website.
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Track and Field
February 15 vs. Providence Christian Academy
The Wolverine Track team took part in their first meet of the year. Haynes wins the girls 100M and 200M, Wilson
After winning Region Championships and earning a First Round bye, the Prince Avenue Christian School girl and boys basketball teams competed in the 2nd Round of the Class A Private State Basketball Tournament.
The Lady Wolverines played Pinecrest Academy and won 67-44 advancing to the GHSA Elite Eight for the second straight year.
Prince Avenue senior John Morgan McDonald recently signed to swim at the college level with the University of Cumberlands.
PACS swim coach Dale Autry described John Morgan’s commitment to swimming at PACS. “John Morgan has been swimming for Prince since 7th grade. He obviously takes seriously his duty to use the great talent
The Wolverine basketball teams, both girls and boys, made history by winning the Region 8A Championship on the same day versus the same school opponent.
Both teams competed on Saturday against Athens Academy in the Region 8A Finals. The Lady Wolverines won 38-31 earning their second region title in
Six Prince Avenue Christian School basketball players were recognized by 8A Region for their performances on the court this season.
Sophomore Ansley Hall was named Girls Player of the year while senior Dalton Meeler was named Co-Boys Player of the Year.
Selected for Second Team was junior Madison Britt, and receiving Honorable Mentions were juniors Janie Henderson and Mack
Prince Avenue Christian School seniors John Morgan McDonald and Matthew Colquitt had a great weekend at the Georgia High School Association State Swim Meet Finals held at Georgia Tech.
John Morgan McDonald was the champion in the A-AAA 500 Free with a time of 4:42.71 while setting a new PACS school record time. John Morgan also finished eighth in the A-AAA 100
Over the Christmas break, Prince Avenue Christian School opened its doors for one very special event. PACS senior football players Harrison Jump and Daniel Parrish signed to play football at the college level.
Harrison Jump signed to play at Georgia Tech. Head Coach Greg Vandagriff congratulates Jump on a wonderful senior year. “It is awesome