Scholarships Awarded to Prince Students During Recognition Day Ceremonies

Prince Avenue Christian School is blessed to enjoy the faithful generosity of friends and alumni who make scholarships for Prince students possible.  Thirteen scholarships were awarded for the 2018-19 school year during the recent Recognition Day ceremonies. The $1,000 Kathy Stamatinos Geyer Memorial Scholarship was awarded to junior Abby Frost.  The recipient is selected by a committee which established
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Spring Teams Advance in State Tournaments

The Prince Avenue Girls Soccer Team made history when they won the 1st round of the GHSA Class A Private State Soccer Tournament advancing to the Sweet Sixteen.  The Wolverines defeated the Landmark Christian War Eagles 5-2 with goals scored by Madison Britt (3) and Megan Garth (2).  The girls will travel to Savannah, Georgia to play the #1 seed,
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Prince Jazz Band Earns Superior Rating

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.  
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Prince Fine Arts Students Learn True Meaning of “The Show Must Go On”

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
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Four Prince Athletes Sign to Play College Sports

Four Prince Avenue Christian School seniors signed this week to continue their athletic careers in college.  Prince Avenue has now signed 14 senior athletes this school year, an impressive statistic for a small private Christian school.   Daniel Calderon signed to play soccer with North Greenville University, a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II school participating in Conference
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Emily Weaver Wins 1st Place in State Literary Meet

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.  
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Prince Lower School Students Particpate in ACSI Spelling Bee and Math Olympics

Prince Avenue Christian School lower school students recently participated in the ACSI Spelling Bee and Math Olympics competitions. Spelling Bee participants traveled to Lilburn, Georgia to compete at Calvary Christian School. The following students received ribbons: 2nd place - Jake Peacock and Riley Reeder, 3rd place - Aurie Chandler and Abigail Wolfe, 4th place - Michael McGinn. The Math Olympics
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2018 Summer at Prince Fine Arts Camp - Registration Now Open

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
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2018 FUNdamentals - Prince Youth Sports Camps Registration Now Open

The 2018 Summer at Prince Youth Sports Camps are now called FUNdamentals Youth Sports Camps!  Your children will have FUN while learning the most important skills of their sport.  Registration is now open!  Children in grades K - 6 can register for basketball, cheerleading football, and soccer camps.  Grades K - 8 can register for baseball
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Prince Parent Angel Meeler Lunch and Learn Speaker

Prince parent Angel Meeler was the speaker at this year’s final Lunch and Learn for high school students.  Mrs. Meeler works in medical imaging.  She described to students the different types of medical imaging including x-ray, cat scan, and ultrasound.  She also explained the degree necessary and the professional options available to students who obtain
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