This year, Pace has explored the world’s water problems with the Isdell Center’s theme. This summer, many Pace students will travel across the globe to experience and learn about foreign cultures. The first expedition leaves on May 25 to Italy, returning on June 7. Students will be traveling with belovedContinue Reading

Exams are next week, and stress levels are high. While seniors and juniors have already started their anxiety-filled marathon with AP exams, freshmen and most sophomores are still inexperienced when it comes to testing at Inman tables with the blue gym floor cover in the second semester. To help theseContinue Reading

Fans of Subway-style Mexican restaurants, sad news has fallen upon us. Willy’s Mexicana Grill on West Paces Ferry Rd. has been forced to close due to a failing grade on their health inspection. While this is tragic for Willy’s lovers across Buckhead, the question remains, where will students go afterContinue Reading

The SAT and ACT are crucial determinants for most students because they function as a summary of academic abilities, which are then used in the decision process for colleges. The only problem with this system is that anyone can get a perfect score. These two tests both include an essay, mathContinue Reading

    Last year, the Pace varsity boys soccer team went deep into the playoffs, making it to the GHSA Elite Eight where they were stopped by the Atlanta International School. Their spectacular season goes somewhat overlooked, however, because the girls soccer team did so well, winning state. But the questionContinue Reading

The time is finally here. The Pace Debate Team is at the pinnacle of its activity, and the team is not done yet. This elite squad is led by a group of incredibly strong seniors who have been capitalizing on their expertise all four years of high school, and in someContinue Reading

Many seniors who played football this year are posed one particular question: what is your future in football? The historic Pace season has come to a close, but a few Pace seniors are excited to play at the next level in the coming year. Senior Kevin Johnson looks forward to playing at James MadisonContinue Reading

The holidays are right around the corner, so as a fun precursor, KN surveyed Pace students and teachers about their favorite holiday music. There was a lot of variety in the song selections, as there is more memorable holiday music than people know what to do with. When junior Aaron Davis was askedContinue Reading

Many students remember Mr. Anthony from sixth grade history, but few know about his recent sabbatical. Mr. Anthony caught on to the new trend of studying abroad (with the number of students participating in Global Ed trips rapidly increasing), and took his talents across the pond to Trinity College in Dublin,Continue Reading

Lauren Hadley is amazing at every sport she plays, but it just so happens that her favorite is softball. Lauren, a senior, has excelled during her Pace career in softball, basketball, and track & field. She has been playing softball for 13 years and she has been at Pace since pre-first. DespiteContinue Reading

This September, Apple shocked the world once again with their newest innovations. The iPhone 6 (starting at $199) and 6 Plus (starting at $299) were released to customers around the world, and have already proven to be very popular. According to 9to5Mac, Apple sold 10 million of the new devices in the firstContinue Reading

While some Pace students were involved with internships or working at camps this summer, other students traveled the world with Pace faculty members. Global Ed Director Ms. Anderson and former Pace faculty Kevin and Jenni Coale took the 16-hour flight to South Africa with 13 lucky students, setting out to perform community service, sightsee and learnContinue Reading