Prince Avenue Christian High School students recently participated in the GHSA Region Literary Meet. Junior Rebecca Hathaway placed second in Humorous Oral Interpretation and will go on to compete in the State Literary Meet.
Other participants included:
Girls solo: Macy Frazier
Boys Solo: Alex Harding
Girls Trio: Riley Wilson, Chloe Ferguson, Kathryn Anne Frierson
Boys Quartet: Alex
Four Prince Avenue Christian School students participated in the ACSI Piano Festival held at Loganville Christian Academy.
The students are 5th grader McKenzie Paul – superior, 6th grader Charlie Frierson – superior, freshman Kathryn Anne Frierson – superior, and junior Addie Lee Frierson – excellent. McKenzie, Charlie, Kathryn Anne, and Addie Lee all receive piano instruction from Sharon
Prince Avenue Christian School students will have artwork displayed at the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation Center from February 25 – March 23 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 Oconee
Prince Avenue Christian School sophomore Nate Aldin has been named to the 2017 Georgia All-State Band. Nate plays the clarinet in the PACS Advanced Band and is the first band student in PACS history to be selected for high school All-State Band. Nate will rehearse and perform with this distinguished group March 2-4 at the Athens Classic Center.
The Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts Department will sponsor Fine Arts Week February 13 - 17. The week will include many activities for the school as well as special events for Fine Arts students.
Fine Arts Week will be celebrated school-wide with themed dress-up days.
Monday: Fairytales - Relive your childhood by bringing your favorite fairytale characters
The Prince Avenue National Art Honor Society's 5th Annual Empty Bowls silent auction was held Friday, January 27th. PACS high school NAHS members, along with faculty members, created 50 beautiful handmade pottery bowls and filled the bowls with goods. The firing of the bowls was made possible by the installation of a permanent on-campus kiln room through
Prince Avenue senior Brad Bennett will be performing with the 2017 Georgia All-State Jazz Band this weekend at the Athens Classic Center.
Brad auditioned at the district level in October and scored a 96 which qualified him to compete at the state level. He auditioned at the state level in December against 28 other jazz drummers from throughout Georgia.
Eight Prince Avenue Advanced Band students have been selected to perform with the 2017 Georgia Music Educators Association District Honor Band.
Middle School students selected are Jake Hathaway – alto saxophone, Caleb Wilson – tenor saxophone, Garrison Hammond – French horn, and Sam Carmean – trombone. Jake and Sam scored high enough to qualify for the state audition for the 2017
Prince Avenue Christian School art students will have their work on display in the month of November at the Epps Bridge Jittery Joe's. The students whose art will be displayed are Virginia Beth Butler, Sallie Cornwell, Addie Lee Frierson, Amelia Loveless, Miriam Megdal, Claire Power, and Delainey Saxon.
The PACS community is encouraged to attend an Opening Reception on
Five Prince Middle School Advanced Band students have been selected to perform with the Tri-State Honor Band at Young Harris College. They are: Kellie Cucuzza – trumpet, Ellen Patton – flute, Jaxon Connerley – baritone saxophone, Camille Hardin – clarinet, and Jake Hathaway – alto saxophone. Congratulations to these students on their hard work and musical accomplishments.