Today is the first day of Spring, and that brings thoughts of fun summer days away from classrooms and homework.
But Prince Avenue Christian School stays busy in the summer, and we have a variety of sports and fine arts camps that allow kids to improve their athletic skills or express their creativity through art and music.
You can view a list of our camps, find contact information, and register and pay online for each camp at our website.
Congratulations Wolverines! We are so excited about our Wolverines' 32-22 victory over Landmark Christian last night! With this win, our Prince football team will play for the state championship in the Georgia Dome at 2:30 pm on Friday, December 14. The date and time has been set by the Georgia High School Association.
Grandparents and Special Friends of Prince Avenue Christian School Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Elementary students are invited to campus for a special program, to visit the students' classrooms, and to enjoy a Wolverine party on Tuesday, November 20 from 9:00 - 11:00 am.
The festivities will begin in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center were the students will perform selections from the musical "A Small Part of the World." Following the performance, the grandparents and friends will go to classrooms to meet their grandchildren.
Congratulations to the 2012 Homecoming Court: Seniors Kadijah Arnold, Collyn Cown, Madeline Meeks, Chappel Talley, Ward Evans, David Richt, and Devan Schwartz; Juniors Anna Cail and Christian Payne; Sophomores Sarah Farriba and Sutton Norris; Freshmen Mary Martin Harper and Duncan Taylor.
Prince Avenue Christian School students are ready to show their school spirit September 17-21, with a full week of activities scheduled to celebrate Homecoming 2021! This year’s theme is “Wolverines...We are Family!”
The popular Christian band Julian Drive will return to the Prince Avenue Christian School campus for a pre-game concert on Friday, October 7, beginning at 5:45 pm on the Wolverine Athletic Fields. The event is sponsored by Barberitos. The $7.00 admission charge includes the game fee. Booster Club and 'Lil Wolves Club memberships will be valid for admission to the concert as well as the game.
Prince Avenue Christian School students, faculty, and staff donated 1655 cans of ravioli as part of the Rav-olution, a drive to provide food for the Oconee Kids Mission. The OKM is an organization that provides food bags for needy students in an effort to make sure they can eat over weekends.
The drive at Prince Avenue was sponsored by the National Beta Club and the school’s marketing class. Pictured with the trailer full of cans are (l-r) Jack Tebeau, Caleb Land, Olivia Shiver, Bradley Lastinger, and Beta Club president Kristin Witcher.
A Fall Open House for Prospective Families will be held on Thursday, November 8 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at Prince Avenue Christian School. An information session will be held in the Media Center at 9:45 am. Campus tours will be provided, and parents will be available to talk about the Prince school experience.