Weaver Named STAR Student

Prince Avenue senior Emily Weaver has been named the 2017-18 STAR Student for Prince Avenue Christian School, scoring the highest on one sitting of the SAT test this year.  She selected Science teacher Dale Autry as her STAR Teacher.  Both Emily and Mr. Autry were honored at the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce STAR Student Breakfast. Emily is
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PACS Student Has Successful Baking Business

On any given day at Prince Avenue Christian School, a visitor might observe snack time or meal time.  Most students are eating something quick packed from home or one of the well-prepared school lunches.  However, one student enjoys sharing something special with her friends.    “I love baking for people and seeing their reactions when they
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Megan Almon Speaks to Students About the Value of Life and Defending Truth

Prince Avenue Christian School middle and high school students recently welcomed Megan Almon from the Life Training Institute as a special guest speaker as part of the PACS Distinguished Speaker Series.  Mrs. Almon presented “The Case for Life” helping students understand how to persuasively defend their views in the marketplace of ideas by clearly presenting the pro-life
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Abby Frost’s Essay Chosen as State Winner of DAR Contest

Prince Avenue Christian School junior Abby Frost was recently notified that the American History essay she submitted to the Apalachee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has been selected as the essay contest state winner.  Abby responded to the prompt, “Advantages and Disadvantages of Working Relationships Between Foreign Parties”.  Specifically, Abby’s
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Megan Almon, Distinguished Speaker February 21st

On February 21st, Prince Avenue Christian School middle and high school students will welcome Megan Almon from the Life Training Institute as a special guest speaker as part of the PACS Distinguished Speaker Series.  Mrs. Almon will present “The Case for Life” helping students understand how to persuasively defend their views in the marketplace of ideas by
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PACS Students Donate Handmade Blankets to Local Law Enforcement

When visiting the Prince Avenue Christian School lower school hallways in recent weeks, teachers, students, and parents may have noticed the third-grade classes busy working on what may have seemed like a simple craft project. In reality, the knotted felt blankets the students have been making will serve a much greater purpose. The handmade blankets will be donated to local
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6th Annual PACS Empty Bowls Auction Raises Money for Homeless Shelter

The Prince Avenue National Art Honor Society's 6th Annual Empty Bowls silent auction was held Friday, January 26th.  PACS high school NAHS members, along with faculty members, created 42 beautiful handmade pottery bowls and filled the bowls with goods.  A variety of themes were presented such as coffee, edible goodies, basketball training coupons, handmade jewelry, and small
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PACS Students Honored By Daughters of the American Revolution

Three Prince Avenue Christian School students were recently honored at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Apalachee Chapter Awards Luncheon.  Eighth-grade student Elizabeth Ann Jackson was selected as the winner of the DAR American History Essay Contest. Elizabeth responded to the prompt “World War I: Remembering the War to End All Wars” and was honored as
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Re-Enrollment for 2018-2019 School Year Now Open

Re-enrollment for the 2018-19 school year is now open! Please review the attachments and follow the instructions to complete the online re-enrollment process for your student(s).  If you have any questions, please contact Admissions Director, Victoria Carter, at vcarter@princeave.org.   Click Here for the 2018-2019 Re-Enrollment Packet
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Beverly Shivar Shares with Students About Missions in Nicaragua

Former Prince Avenue Christian School front office receptionist Beverly Shivar spent some time this week visiting PACS 3rd graders.  David and Beverly Shivar retired from PACS in 2016 in order to serve as missionaries in Nicaragua.  While in the states for a visit, Mrs. Shivar took the time to visit and share with students about her work in Nicaragua.
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