Lower School Musical Presentations Thursday, November 16th

The Prince Avenue Christian School lower school music classes will present two short musicals on Thursday, November 16th in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center at 7:00 pm.   The Kindergarten - 1st grade classes will present The Little Red Hen, and the 2nd - 5th grade classes along with the Little Prince Players will begin the Christmas
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PACS Band Students Chosen for Tri-State Honor Band

Three Prince Avenue Christian School middle school band members have been selected to participate in the Tri-State Middle School Honor Band at Young Harris College.  Jake Hathaway – alto sax, Brock McDonald – euphonium, and Ethan Thomas – trombone will rehearse and perform with the honor band on Saturday, November 4th.     Jake Hathaway, Brock McDonald, and
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PACS Fine Arts Places 3rd in Regional One Act Competition

The Prince Avenue Christian School high school Fine Arts Department recently placed third in the Georgia High School Association Region 8 One Act Competition with their production of Still Life with Iris. Additionally, senior Mary Grace Palmer and junior Abby Frost were selected as All-Star cast members. This marks the first time in the program’s history that PACS
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PACS Fine Arts Presents Still Life with Iris

The Prince Avenue Christian School high school Fine Arts Department will present Still Life with Iris on October 19 at 7:00 pm, October 20 at 7:00 pm, and October 21 at 2:00 and 7:00 pm.  All shows are at Seney-Stovall Chapel.  Tickets are $12 online and $15 at the door.   "Are you curious or lost?" This is the question that Iris (senior Mary Grace
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Jared Gilstrap First PACS Graduate to Join Prestigious Redcoat Band

As the Epistle Award recipient for the Class of 2017, Prince Avenue Christian School graduate Jared Gilstrap definitely made his mark on PACS.  Now, as Jared has started his college career at the University of Georgia, he is continuing to make his mark – this time as the first Prince graduate to be accepted into the prestigious Redcoat Marching Band.
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Estonia Mission Trip Updates

The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department is currently on a mission trip in the country of Estonia.  Please pray for this group of students and chaperones as they minister this week.  The group departed on June 14th and will return on July 24th. Throughout this trip, students will have the opportunity to share Christ through the arts and
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Larry Boling, Founder of PACS Band Program, Retires from Teaching

In the earlier days of Prince Avenue Christian School, the Fine Arts Program was a new endeavor.  Bit by bit, little by little, different elements were added and built upon until eventually, the school had the vibrant flourishing program of the current day.  Larry Boling was an integral part of the establishment and growth of the Fine Arts
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Fine Arts Spring Concert and Art Show

The PACS Fine Arts Spring Concert and Senior Art Show is Tuesday, May 2nd at 7:00 pm in the PABC Worship Center.  Attendees will enjoy senior artwork on display in the atrium.  Performances will include the 5th Grade, Intermediate, and Advanced Bands as well as the Voices of Prince.  The culmination of the evening will be the reveal
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Little Prince Players Present Willy Wonka Kids

The Little Prince players will present Willy Wonka - Kids on Thursday, May 4th and Friday May 5th both at 7:00 pm.  All performances will take place in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Children's Theatre.   Tickets will go on sale Monday, April 24th and will be $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door.     Click Here for
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Fine Arts Students and Director Recognized in Shuler Hensley Awards

Nominations have been announced for The Shuler Hensley Awards.  Modeled after Broadway’s Tony Awards, The Shuler Hensley Awards celebrate excellence in high school musical theatre.  Prince Avenue Christian School’s Fine Arts department entered their production of Into the Woods for adjudication for the awards.  The recognition of PACS students in The Shuler Hensley
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