• Junior Robert Farinella evades a defender Friday night against OLM.  Photo: Fred Assaf

    Pace Beats OLM 14-12 for First Win of Season

    Pace beat Our Lady of Mercy 14-12 Friday night in the inaugural game at Walsh Field. Their first win of the season was marked by a strong first start by freshman quarterback Gunnor Faulk and a stellar defensive effort. While Gunnor threw two […]

  • Panic! steals the show with their amazing special effects.

    Panic! at the Disc-whoa!

    The Chastain Park Amphitheater was filled with teenagers and young adults sitting on the edge of their seats on the hot, humid evening of August 17. The fans were mostly dressed in jeans and black shirts. It smelled like alcohol […]

  • Claire Strowd, Jenni Coale, Kevin Coale, Jere Link, Megan Dickherber and Regina Tate, along with Tom Kates (Not pictured), are leaving large shoes to fill when they leave next year.
Photo Credit: Wilson Alexander

    Seven Valued Members of Faculty Leaving For New Ventures

    The senior class won’t be the only ones leaving Pace after this academic year. Seven members of the faculty will be departing from the halls of the Academy for new opportunities. Jenni and Kevin Coale, Megan Dickherber, Tom Kates, Jere […]

  • Seniors Erik Howard and Anshuman Parikh debating at the Greenhill Round Robin.
Photo: Shuntá Jordan

    Pace Debaters ‘Talk Good’

    Pace Academy has long been a local and national debate powerhouse, and following last year’s victory in the NDCA National Championship by Victor Skenderi (’13) and Anshuman Parikh (’14), expectations were set high for this year’s group. Pace varsity debaters […]

  • A planned picture of what Walsh Field will look like was revealed with the initial press release.
Photo: Caitlin Jones

    Walsh Field to be Constructed in Time for Football Season

    While plans have long been in the works to eventually build an all-purpose stadium next to the current field at the Riverview Road Athletic Complex, those plans have been expedited and construction on the stadium will be completed in time […]

  • Senior Micaela Robinson proudly displays her pieces at the Spring Art Show.
Photo: Aaron Wasserman

    Advanced Studio Wows in Final Show

    Despite Pace’s recent emphasis on athletics, Pace still has a reputation of being the premier school in the Buckhead area for the fine arts. The Advanced Studio and Independent Art Exhibit on April 22 was a perfect example of the […]

  • The class of 2014 proudly shows their college colors on college t shirt day. 
Photo: Lee Wilson

    Pace Forever Changed by Class of 2014

    From the moment the Class of 2014 stormed into the FAC in their “trailer trash” gear, the whole school knew that it was going to be a special year. As a class, this grade has embraced every challenge thrown at […]

  • Freshman take on  Acrophobia, one of the most frightening rides at Six Flags. 
Photo: Lee Wilson

    Freshmen Have Fun with Physics on Six Flags Trip

    Freshmen had the excellent opportunity to go to Six Flags on April 9 to learn about physics while enjoying various rides and amusements. The annual trip was started by Mrs. Korb, who had first gone on this type of field […]

  • The girls soccer team celebrates after beating HIES in the Elite Eight of the state tournament. Photo: Fred Assaf

    Pace Athletes Stand Out

    The winter and spring athletes have achieved tremendous success, both individually and as teams. Below are some of the highlights. Girls Swimming placed sixth in the state tournament. Gwynnie LaMastra, Brenner Appel, Grace Ferry and Madison Graham were named All-State in […]

  • Pace students showed out in droves to support the Boys' Soccer team on Friday

    Boys Soccer Provides Pace with Best School Sporting Event in Years

    The game was close, but Pace ended up losing to AIS 2-1 in the GHSA State Quarterfinals. However, a couple of numbers do not provide the full story of the game, or even come close. The Knights took a 1-0 […]