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  • College Board Announces Update for AP Exams

    Last year when the COVID-19 outbreak sent students home for the semester in March, teachers and students alike were left scrambling to prepare for the AP exams. Pace students were especially concerned about what might happen, considering the AP exams give them a chance to place out of college level

  • Mrs. Prescott-Clark Joins Pace as Guidance Counselor

    Upper school guidance counselor Amelia Tuttle went on maternity leave in January after having her baby, Forrest Sommers Harmon Jr., on Dec. 20. Mrs. Shirma Prescott-Clark is filling in for Mrs. Tuttle and is teaching two senior AP Psychology classes. She will be the acting counselor until mid-March, when Mrs.Tuttle

  • Pace Hosts First Ever TEDx Conference

    On Sunday, March 21, Pace will host its first ever TEDx conference in the Fine Arts Center. According to the TED website, “TEDx is a grassroots initiative, created in the spirit of TED’s overall mission to research and discover ideas worth spreading.” While the TEDx events are not orchestrated by

  • Five Freshmen Achieve Eagle Scout Rank

    Five Pace Academy freshmen have recently earned the Boy Scouts of America’s highest rank, the Eagle Scout: Adger Allen, Drew Crumley, Colin Curtin, Hayden Harris and Daniel Owens. They are now a part of less than 6% of Boy Scouts to achieve this rank. The Eagle Scout can be attained


Alumni Thomas, Sloman Find Success as Rookies in NFL

As the Super Bowl on Feb. 7 capped the NFL season, the league saw two Pace

Spring Athletes Eager to Begin Seasons

GIRLS SOCCER With the beginning of second semester, spring sports began early tryouts, practices, and games.

Varsity Boys Basketball Heads into Region Tourney Ranked No. 1 in Class 2A

After taking home the title of 3A state champions last year, the boys varsity basketball team

Girls Basketball Says Farewell to Dr. Baker

Dr. Troy Baker joined the Pace community in 2015 as Director of Athletics. But this school

Black Trailblazers in Professional Sports

Today, many African Americans contribute to the success of great professional sports franchises. Seventy-five years ago,

Super Bowl LV: The Return of Tom

Somehow, some way, Tom Brady has returned to the Super Bowl for the 10th time in


Movies, Music, TV: What to Expect in 2021

People are hopeful that 2021 will be a better year for the entertainment industry than 2020 was. The COVID-19 pandemic delayed highly anticipated films and television shows, causing production to come to a halt, and live music shows were cancelled as well. Movie theaters have taken a massive financial hit

Celebrate Black History Month by Supporting Local, Black-Owned Restaurants

If you’re looking for a new brunch spot, the Atlanta Breakfast Club, or A.B.C., has got you covered. Since 2016, co-owners Anthony Sanders and O. Osiris Ballard have been cooking up their specialties in Midtown. Located at 249 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. NW, they provide great service to their customers

Resolutions Reflect Hope, More Engagement in New Year

As the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, senior Claire Howell put on her mask, walked outside and made her New Year’s wish amidst distant fireworks: “I hope this year is better than 2020.” To most people, the New Year signifies a fresh start. But further into January, Howell

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