Congratulations to the Prince Jazz Band for earning a Superior rating from every judge in the Georgia Music Educators Association District jazz Performance Evaluation. This is the highest rating possible and the 5th year in a row that the Prince Jazz Band has earned this prestigious rating.
Written By: Amy Frierson
“The show must go on” is a mantra quoted often in theatre circles. Usually, this quote is used when a costume splits, or a prop is lost, or the lead character has laryngitis. But this Spring, at the Saturday matinee performance of the Prince Avenue Fine Arts production of Seussical, the
Prince senior Emily Weaver recently competed in the State Literary Meet held at Georgia Military College in Milledgeville. Emily won first place in Class A Private Rhetorical Essay.
Registration for the Summer at Prince Fine Arts Camp is now open for students in rising kindergarten - 5th grades.
Be part of the Fine Arts family and learn the basics of music theatre which include vocal production, acting, choreography, make-up, and stage combat.
Rehearsals and performances will be in the PACS cafeteria. Music Theatre
Prince Avenue Christian School sophomore Thompson Sewell has received a Shuler Hensley Award nomination for his role as Cat in the Hat in the Prince Fine Arts production of Seussical. Thompson will perform at the Shuler Hensley Awards ceremony on April 19th at the Cobb Energy Center. The ceremony will be broadcast live at 7:00 pm on Georgia Public
Two Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts students were honored last weekend when they performed with the United States Army Field Band and Soldier’s Chorus.
Senior Sydney Crawford and sophomore Thompson Sewell were two of the 14 students from the metropolitan Atlanta area who were selected as honorary members of the U.S. Army Band and Soldier’s
Prince Avenue Christian School high school students recently competed in Region Literary Meet Competition hosted on campus in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church building.
Competing in Dramatic Interpretation was senior Rebecca Hathaway, Human Interpretation was senior Mary Grace Palmer, and Duo Interpretation was both Rebecca Hathaway and Mary Grace Palmer.
Girls Solo was performed by sophomore Riley Wilson, and
The Prince Avenue Christian School Combined Advanced Band recently performed in two events earning the highest rating of Superior at both events.
The band attended the Georgia Music Educators Association District Performance Evaluation held at East Jackson High School and received superior ratings from all three judges in all categories including sight-reading. This marks the third consecutive year
Written by: Amy Frierson
It recently came to my attention that one of our alumni, Mary Elizabeth Blume Stead, is an author of children’s literature, and her book, Katie Watson and the Painter’s Plot, will be placed in the Prince library and on our summer reading list.
I remember Mary Beth as a young
The Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts Department will present Seussical, a musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. Both middle and high school students comprise the cast of this fun and whimsical musical portraying the characters and stories of Dr. Seuss.
There will be a "talk back" with the cast and