About Prince Avenue Christian School
Prince Avenue Christian School provides a comprehensive college preparatory education with a Christian worldview for students in preschool through twelfth grades. We strive to equip our students with the truth, understanding, and discernment leading to life-changing transformation as they pursue the mind of Christ.
Founded in 1978 as an educational ministry of Prince Avenue Baptist Church, the school is located on a new campus in Bogart, Georgia and serves the surrounding community with approximately 750 students from thirteen different counties and over 122 different churches.
We offer a challenging curriculum in a stimulating educational environment with traditional courses in mathematics, science, social studies, Bible, foreign language, and language arts. Our core curriculum is supplemented with classes in fine arts and physical education, which encourage the expression of creativity and the development of athletic skills.
- SAIS: Southern Association of Independent Schools
- ACSI: Association of Christian Schools International
- GISA: Georgia Independent School Association
- GHSA: Georgia High School Association
- GMEA: Georgia Music Educators Association
- ITS: International Thespian Society
|Head of School
|High School Principal
|Middle School Principal
|Lower School Principal
|Dean of Academics
|Director of Academic Counseling
|Director of Athletics
|Director of Fine Arts
|Director of Admissions
|Director of Marketing
College Prep Requirements*
|Health / P.E.
|Health / P.E.
Four Years of Bible are required except for transfer students. Additional credits will replace Bible credits for transfer students.
*College Prep with Distinction Diploma: Identical to College Prep except 1 additional unit (28 total) plus at least 3 courses from any combination of AP, Dual, or 3rd/4th year Foreign Language.
- 7 AP Course Offerings
- 14 Dual Enrollment Offerings
For AP/Dual Enrollment Classes, 10 numerical points are added to the passing semester grade, and for Honors Classes 5 numerical points are added to the passing semester grade to determine in-house awards and honors.
The following GPA weights are assigned to CP, Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment courses:
Because of our small size and rigorous college preparatory curriculum, Prince Avenue does not rank students. We believe that a cumulative ranking system is not a fair representation of a student’s relative achievement.
Prince Avenue Christian offers a challenging college preparatory program that promotes traditional Christian values, fosters academics, and actively promotes character training.
- Graduates: 88
- College Bound: 97%
- Hope Scholarships: 78
- UGA Acceptance Rate: 75%
SAT/ACT Scores of the Class of 2022 (Class of 2023 TBA)
- SAT average score: 1113 / PACS top 10%: 1401
- ACT average composite score: 23 / PACS top 10 %: 32
The institutions of higher learning listed below are where graduates of the Class of 2023 were accepted. Colleges where graduates matriculated are in bold type.
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Athens Technical College
Austin Peay University
Baldwin Wallace University
Ball State University
Central Missouri University
Charleston Southern University
College of Charleston
Columbus State University
Eastern Kentucky University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautic University
Florida Atlantic University
Florida Gulf Coast University
Florida Technical University
Georgia College & State University
Georgia Gwinnett College
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Southern University
Georgia State University
Gulf Coast State College
Illinois State University
Illinois Wesleyan University
James Madison University
Kennesaw State University
Lanier Technical College
Middle Georgia State University
Middle Tennessee State University
Mississippi State University
North Carolina State University
Northern Illinois University
Southern Methodist University
Southern Union Community College
Texas Christian University
Truett McConnell University
University of Alabama
University of Central Florida
University of Charleston
University of Georgia
University of Miami
University of Mississippi
University of North Georgia
University of Oklahoma
United States Air Force Academy
United States Naval Academy
University of West Georgia
Valdosta State University
Western Connecticut State University
Western Carolina University
Western Michigan University