Prince Avenue junior and Fine Arts student, Macy Frazier, competed against 200 of Georgia’s best musical theatre students for a spot in the opening showcase for the Georgia Thespian Society Conference to be held in Columbus, Georgia in February.
Georgia Thespians is a chapter of the Education Theatre Association which sponsors the International Thespian Society. Their
Eight Prince Avenue Christian School 5th Grade Band students recently performed in the Georgia Music Educators Association First Year Honor Band.
These students were chosen to attend First Year Honor Band based on their advanced performance skills and their level of achievement in band throughout the year. They rehearsed and performed at Jefferson High School with 250 other beginning
Prince Avenue senior Rachel Adams, has been recognized for her admission to and scholarships from The American Academy of Musical and Dramatic Arts, a premier school for the performing arts located in New York City.
Rachel, the daughter of Timothy and Petrea Adams, has had an extensive Fine Arts career at PACS participating in Chorus, Drama, and Performing Arts.
The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department is presenting their Spring Concert and Senior Art Show on Tuesday May 5th at 7:00 pm in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center. The concert will highlight the talent, hard work, and dedication of PACS Fine Arts students from this school year.
The program includes performances by the 5th Grade, Intermediate, Advanced,
The Prince Avenue Christian School Fine Arts Department will present Les Misèrables (School Edition) on Thursday, March 26 and Friday, March 27 at 7:00 pm, and Saturday, March 28 at 2:00 pm. All performances will be at the Seney-Stovall Auditorium on North Milledge Avenue in Athens.
PACS Drama teacher, Joe Strickland says the cast began working on
Prince Avenue Christian School piano students attended the ACSI Southeastern Regional Piano Festival held at Berean Baptist Church in Lilburn. Festival requirements included playing one piece from memory selected from the classical genre or from the National Federation of Music Clubs list, the scale in which the repertoire piece is written, and one hymn.
PACS piano students excelled
The Prince Avenue Christian School Literary Team won first place in the Area 2A Literary Competition, winning the school’s first team literary competition trophy.
Prince Avenue hosted this year's events with students from all over the region competing in a variety of events, including Girls Trio, Boys Quartet, Girls and Boys Solo, Girls and Boys Extemporaneous Speaking,
The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department will present a Winter Concert on Thursday, February 26th as one of their Fine Arts Week special events. The concert will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the Worship Center of Prince Avenue Baptist Church.
The Winter Concert will include performances by the PACS Advanced Band, Jazz Band, Praise Team, Voices of Prince,
The Prince Avenue Fine Arts Department has been actively participating in several special events.
On February 5th – 7th, six PACS Performing Arts students attended the State Thespian Society Conference in Columbus, Georgia. During the three day event, PACS students participated in workshops, attended plays and musicals, and competed in several competitions. Senior Rachel Adams was one
Noel Tredinnick, music director of All Souls’ Church and professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England recently presented a master class with the PACS high school performing arts classes and praise team.
Dr. Tredinnick discussed the importance of combining all forms of the arts in worship. Following a time of question and answer,