Happy Thanksgiving from Prince Avenue Christian School. We had a wonderful day honoring our lower school grandparents and special friends. Grandparents' Day is always an exciting day in the life of our school. Please enjoy this video.
Prince Avenue Christian School students were recently recognized during Lower School Chapel for special achievements thus far this school year.
3rd grade students were recognized for mastery of multiplication facts with the Mighty Multiplier award. Those students were: Layla Bentley, William Henderson, Micah Rhodes, Bella Rosenthal, and Kylee Simmons.
Physical Education students were named to the Eight Minute
Friday, the undefeated 8-A Region Champion Wolverines take on the Landmark Christian at Brad Akins Field in the Quarterfinals of the GHSA State Playoffs.
Tickets will be pre-sold today, Monday, from 7:45 - 3:45 and Tuesday from 7:45 - 11:45 in the front office of the school.
Student pre-sale tickets are $10.00. General Admission pre-sale tickets are $12.
All tickets sold at the gate
At Prince Avenue Christian School, our research has demonstrated that five and six year old kindergarten students really can be quiet and still! Mrs. Kimberly Howard's students accepted the dare from classmates Colton Cartey and Josh Stowell to complete the Mannequin Challenge during class today!
View the results of our research here!
Mr. Kevin Hynes is a spiritual leader and has served as the University of Georgia’s Football Team Chaplain and as the university’s campus minister for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is an ordained minister, a graduate of Florida Baptist Theological College, and is affectionately referred to as “Chappy.”
Chappy Hynes has spoken at
Prince Avenue Christian High School students donated 1,500 lbs. of canned goods for donation to the local food bank. The can drive was initiated by the Beta Club, with the high school classes competing to see which class would donate the highest weight of food.
The freshmen class was declared the winner with 672 lbs., followed by the juniors with 291 lbs.,
On Friday, November 11th, Prince Avenue parents Chad & Laura Smith visited PACS to speak to a group of high school students during the monthly Lunch & Learn program. Mr. Smith is a Delta Air Lines pilot who started flying in 1988, and his wife Laura, an American Airlines pilot, started flying in 1999.
During their presentation, the Smiths discussed the types
Saturday, November 5th
At the season opener, PACS competed with 11 other Georgia schools 1A-5A.
John Morgan McDonald broke school records and qualified for state in both the 50 and 100 Yard Freestyle events.
John Morgan placed 1st and Matthew Colquitt placed 4th in the 50 Yard Freestyle that had 33 swimmers entered.
Prince Avenue Baptist Church Pastor Bill Ricketts and his wife, Darla, were honored during the Wolverines' last regular season home football game Friday evening for his 43 years of ministry to the church, school, and community. Brother Bill, as he is known, was instrumental in the founding of Prince Avenue Christian School in 1978, sharing his vision for Christian
Prince Avenue Christian School art students will have their work on display in the month of November at the Epps Bridge Jittery Joe's. The students whose art will be displayed are Virginia Beth Butler, Sallie Cornwell, Addie Lee Frierson, Amelia Loveless, Miriam Megdal, Claire Power, and Delainey Saxon.
The PACS community is encouraged to attend an Opening Reception on