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  • 2-Peat! Girls Tennis Back-to-Back Champs

    The varsity girls tennis team defeated Lovett at Berry College in Rome, Georgia on May 8 to win the state championship and become back-to-back champions. “The girls were disappointed last year when we didn’t have the chance to defend our title, so it was especially nice to do it this

  • Women Mentoring Women Club Teaches Students About Life Beyond Pace

    The first Wednesday of every month, a group of female students interested in business and the professional workplace meet with two to six female Truist employees to discuss everything from LinkedIn to elevator speeches and more. This group of females comprises the Women Mentoring Women club, which is led by

  • Ms. Stevens, Ms. Smith Return to Classroom Next Year

    Seven Pace upper school teachers chose to remain at home during the 2020-2021 school year due to COVID-19. While some will not be returning to school next year, upper school history teachers Emily Stevens and Helen Smith look forward to being on campus this fall. Although it has been a

  • Five Minutes with Knightly News Co-Editors-in-Chief

    KNIGHTLY NEWS: Hi, how are y’all doing? DARREN ROSING: If you are treating it with this attitude, I don’t want to participate. Start over. KN: How does it feel to be leaving Pace? MC HALL: I would say that I’m excited for a new chapter, but I am definitely nervous

  • Pace Academy Athletes to Compete at Next Level

    Ten members of the Pace Academy senior class will be playing their sport in college, taking part in the NCAA signing ceremony on Feb. 7. Each of these athletes will be attending a different university, representing seven different Pace sports.  Choosing the right college is a long and difficult process

  • Krista Wilhelmsen To Be Dean for Class of 2025

    As the 2020-2021 school year comes to an end, the freshman class of 2025 looks forward to meeting their new dean. Upper school math teacher Krista Wilhelmsen, who has served as Dean for the Class of 2021 for the past four years, will be committing to four more years as

  • Class of 2021 Says Goodbye

    After four years in the upper school, the time has come for the Class of 2021 to graduate and say goodbye to Pace. While they definitely have not had a conventional four-year high school experience, the Class of 2021 certainly made the most of their senior year and are ready

  • Boys Tennis Place Second In State Finals

    On Saturday, May 8, the varsity boys tennis team headed to Berry College in Rome, Georgia to compete in the state finals against region rival Lovett. The boys knew that it would be a tough match. Having played Lovett twice before this year, beating them 3-2 in the regular season

Sports

Simone Biles Demonstrates Importance of Mental Health

During the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, Simone Biles sparked worldwide controversy when she withdrew from the

Football Team Plays Rabun County on National Television

On Saturday Aug. 28, the Knights football team took the two-hour drive to compete against in-state

2-Peat! Girls Tennis Back-to-Back Champs

The varsity girls tennis team defeated Lovett at Berry College in Rome, Georgia on May 8

Coach Sharman White Continues to Achieve Success, Recognition

3…2…1…! As the buzzer sounded, the Pace Academy varsity boys basketball team, led by head coach

Pace Academy Athletes to Compete at Next Level

Ten members of the Pace Academy senior class will be playing their sport in college, taking

Boys Tennis Place Second In State Finals

On Saturday, May 8, the varsity boys tennis team headed to Berry College in Rome, Georgia

Lifestyle

Natural Remedies Grow Popular During Pandemic

Early into the pandemic, the government of Zimbabwe authorized the use of traditional medicine to treat COVID-19. According to the World Health Organization, “Traditional medicine refers to the knowledge, skills and practices based on the theories, beliefs and experiences indigenous to different cultures, used in the maintenance of health and

Battle of Burritos: Students and Faculty Debate the Best Mexican Chains

If you enjoy eating at popular southern Mexican food chains such as Willy’s, Moe’s and Chipotle, you most likely have a favorite. This is a common argument of those who enjoy eating at these Tex-Mex spots. Each restaurant has its pros and cons; however, everyone thinks their favorite is clearly

Concerts and Festivals to Reopen in Fall 2021

As of Sep. 2021, the concert and festival circuit will be reopened as many artists plan to start up their schedules again after almost two years of cancellations. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, any large gatherings, such as concerts, were postponed until an unknown date in 2021 or

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