Prince Avenue Christian School junior, John Morgan McDonald, has been selected as a Team Delegate for the 2016-2017 season to represent the Athens Bulldog Swim Club as a part of the USA Swimming Governing Body.
The selection of a student delegate is a prestigious honor for John Morgan who represents not only the ABSC team at Local Swimming Committee
Every third Wednesday during the busy basketball season, the Prince Avenue Christian School Varsity Boys Basketball team can be found participating in an activity that does not involve drills, conditioning, or shooting baskets. The boys participate in community outreach giving the team the opportunity to minister as a group to the community.
The Wolverines most recent efforts were
Congratulations to Prince Avenue Christian School senior Dalton Owens on signing his National Letter of Intent to The Citadel to play football at the college level.
Dalton joined the Prince Avenue Wolverines in 2014 as a sophomore. Since that time, Dalton has twice been named the GACA Defensive Player of the Year, three times All-Region team, Region Defensive Player
Two juniors, Matthew Colquitt and John Morgan McDonald, will represent Prince on Friday and Saturday at the GHSA State Swimming Meet at Georgia Tech. Congratulations on this achievement!
Congratulations to the Prince Avenue Swim Team members for their accomplishments at the Clarke-Oconee Area Championship. The meet included teams from Athens Academy, North Oconee, Oconee County, Cedar Shoals,
Prince Avenue Christian School’s Noah Campbell has been named the 8-A All-Region Team Player of the Year. The Wolverines received additional top honors with Dalton Owens named Defensive Player of the Year, Grant Roland named Offensive Player of the Year, and Coach Greg Vandagriff named Coach of the Year. The players and coach were chosen
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
Saturday, November 5th
At the season opener, PACS competed with 11 other Georgia schools 1A-5A.
John Morgan McDonald broke school records and qualified for state in both the 50 and 100 Yard Freestyle events.
John Morgan placed 1st and Matthew Colquitt placed 4th in the 50 Yard Freestyle that had 33 swimmers entered.
The Lady Wolverines forced a game three in the second round of State Playoffs. They will face-off at Mount Pisgah Thursday, October 20th at 4:30 pm.
The girls need Wolverine spirit on the road. Come pack the stands and cheer them on to victory.
On Friday afternoon, before homecoming week festivities had even arrived, the Prince Avenue Christian School Wolverine Gymnasium was alive with sights and sounds. Excited lower school children enthusiastically filed into the bleachers by grade level and launched into spirit-filled cheers. Meanwhile, parents and grandparents packed the other side of the gym, ready to celebrate the youngest Wolverines and
The Prince Avenue Middle and High School Cross Country Teams honored the memory of those lost on 9/11 by planning and participating in the 9/11 Memorial Run. Coach Michael Palmer designed the run in the place of one afternoon of practice. PACS students ran 9 laps at a 10K pace and 2 laps at a faster race pace to symbolize the numbers 9/11.