Fine Arts Students Place 2nd and 3rd in State Literary Competition

After placing second in their events at region competition, Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts students recently competed in State Literary Meet sponsored by the Georgia High School Association and held in Milledgeville, Georgia.  At state competition, Prince students competed in Oral Performance, Rhetorical Essay, Boys Quartet, and Boys Solo.  Junior Jack Johnston tied for second in state
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Fine Arts Students Advance to State in Literary Competition

Six Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts students have advanced to the state level of competition after competing in the Region 8-A Literary Competition.  Prince Avenue hosted this year's events with students from all over the region competing in a variety of events.  Prince Avenue students competed in the following areas: In the area of Essay: Hunter
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2019 Summer at Prince Registration Now Open

The 2019 Summer at Prince Youth Sports Camps and Fine Arts Camps are planned and ready for registration!    In Youth Sports Camps, also called "FUNdamentals", your child will have FUN while learning the most important skills of his or her sport. Children in grades K- 6 can register for basketball, cheerleading football, and soccer camps. 
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Prince Students Have Artwork on Display at OCAF

Prince Avenue Christian School students will have artwork displayed for the month of March at the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation Center as part of Oconee County Youth Art Month.  Youth Art Month is a national show in coordination with the National Art Education Association.   All of the artwork on display is from private and public schools in
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Prince Fine Arts Students Receive Honors at Georgia Thespian Conference

Five Prince Avenue Fine Arts students received special honors at the Georgia Thespian Conference.  Senior Abby Frost, juniors Riley Wilson, Thompson Sewell, and Jack Johnston all received overall superior scores on their individual events.  Thompson and Jack also performed the duet “Devil Take the Hindmost” from the musical Love Never Dies in the closing ceremony for
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7th Annual PACS Empty Bowls Auction Raises Money for Homeless Shelter

The Prince Avenue National Art Honor Society's 7th Annual Empty Bowls silent auction was held Friday, January 18th.  PACS high school NAHS members, along with faculty members, created 33 beautiful handmade pottery bowls and filled the bowls with goods.  A variety of themes were presented such as coffee, edible goodies, handmade jewelry, and small potted plants. All
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Abby Frost Chosen as Rotary Student of the Semester

Senior Abby Frost was named the first semester Prince Avenue Christian School's Rotary Student of the Semester selected by teachers for her demonstration of the Rotary Club motto of "Service Above Self." Abby is the daughter of  Jerry and Justin Frost and has attended Prince Avenue for five years.  She chose high school math teacher Katie Gilbert
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Band Students Qualify for Middle School District Honor Band

Four Prince Avenue Middle School Band students recently qualified for the 2019 Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) Middle School District Honor Band.  Sixth-grader Jennifer Dunn, seventh- graders Brock McDonald and Andrew Gilmore, and 8th grader Zach Hester competed against over 1200 middle school band students from throughout northeast Georgia to earn membership in this prestigious ensemble.  They
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Prince Fine Arts Places 3rd in Region One Act Competition

The cast and crew of the Prince Fine Arts Department production of Oklahoma!  had an excellent showing in the Region One Act Competition over the weekend winning 3rd place.  This is the second time in school history the department has placed in the top three at this competition.  Juniors Jack Johnston and Emilie David won All-Star Cast
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Prince Fine Arts Presents Oklahoma: Tickets Available Now

         Oklahoma! was the first musical Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote together, and it sparked a Broadway revolution known as the “golden age” of musical theatre. See the Prince Avenue Fine Arts production of this timeless classic on  Saturday, October 20th at 2:30 pm and 7:00 pm and Sunday, October 21st at 2:30 pm.  All shows
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