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Dark events took place on the afternoon of March 27 in our own Pace Academy halls. Class of 2020 Dean Grady Stevens was spotted hitting the Juul, an electronic cigarette, on school grounds. An unsuspecting student passing by Mr. Stevens’ office believed the metal device to be a portable chargerContinue Reading

After over 20 years of dispute, American internet personality and gambler Dan Bilzerian finally tweeted a public apology to our own upper school math chairperson Augustine Whyte, referred to by friends as “Gus.” The two go way back, having spent their middle school years together at Berkeley Preparatory School inContinue Reading

Born and raised in Coatbridge, Scotland, Pace fourth grade teacher Declan Traquair is a new girls varsity soccer coach this year. Coach Traquair earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Young Harris College, where he also dominated the soccer field. “I have played soccer since I can remember,” said CoachContinue Reading

The long-anticipated “senior spring break” has arrived, with seniors set to leave tomorrow for Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Seniors will stay at the Paradisus resort where they will enjoy all-inclusive food and drinks, a beautiful beach on the Caribbean and the company of one another. The trip is organized andContinue Reading

Looking for the perfect Valentine’s date? Well, you’re in luck. Senior Bay Brickley has been crowned Pace Academy’s most eligible bachelorette and she’s looking to find her dream man this Valentine’s holiday. Characterized by her dazzling freckles and candid speech, Brickley is the perfect match for any lucky Pace bachelor.Continue Reading

Led by senior and co-captain Charlie Warren, the Pace Academy varsity wrestling team competed at the Prep Slam wrestling tournament hosted by Holy Innocents’ on Jan. 4. With a 27-second pin against an opponent from Cardinal Gibbons High School, Warren reached a personal milestone of 100 victories as a PaceContinue Reading

Food trucks, Spirit Week and school dances are only a few of the events Pace’s Student Council plans throughout the year. Advised by Upper School History Chairperson Tim Hornor, the Student Council meets weekly on Wednesday mornings to discuss current student issues, propose solutions to various school-wide problems and ensureContinue Reading

On top of piles of school work and extracurricular activities, many Pace students are occupied with a wide array of jobs. While earning wages, these students simultaneously gain valuable work experience that will benefit them in the future. With a four-hour shift three days a week, senior Conor Hartman tutorsContinue Reading

“Come for the doughnuts, stay for the math,” repeats the Pace Academy math team as they congregate for their weekly Thursday morning practice. Led by faculty advisor and upper school math teacher Jason Smith, the math team is a competitive group of numerically minded students that gather to compete inContinue Reading

With a cappella groups, puppies and even multi-cultural dancers taking over the FAC stage each week, you might mistakingly think Pace has become its own Cirque du Soleil. Through Pace’s Wednesday morning assemblies, the community gains a broader worldview unattainable from inside the walls of a classroom. Whether these assembliesContinue Reading

With the new school year comes a new Isdell Center for Global Leadership theme: energy. Working with ICGL Global Leaders and seniors Madeline Arenth and Veronica Sandoval as well as juniors Virginia Hobbs and Sandy Lum, the ICGL program helps build critical-thinking skills that students apply to global issues. The fourContinue Reading

With their athletic gear on and their sneakers laced up, the Class of 2022 departed for the annual freshman retreat at Camp Skyline in Mentone, Alabama on Aug. 10-12. After a two-hour-long bus ride, the freshmen were more than eager to step up and attempt the challenges that faced them.  TheContinue Reading