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 talent and dedication of Pace students with regard to theContinue Reading

The 2014-2015 school year will be a year of profound transformation for the Academy. With the completion of the Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School, students will be immersed in a state-of-the-art building that more closely resembles a country club than a high school. Pace athletes will compete on theContinue Reading

It is no secret that the underclassmen’s behavior in the C trailer has been less than stellar this year. The computer labs and study rooms are constantly bustling with underclassmen who seem to struggle with the idea of “inside voices,” desk chairs in the computer labs have been broken beyondContinue Reading

It’s hard to believe that in less than six months Pace students will be finding their way around the brand new Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School. Excitement is building for the move as construction rapidly progresses. With all of the enthusiasm and attention focused on the new building, theContinue Reading

The wrestling team fought an uphill battle all season long. Filling only eight of fourteen weight classes, the Knights were forced to forfeit at least six matches against teams with a full roster. Despite this seemingly insurmountable obstacle, the wrestling team produced some very impressive performances throughout the season. TheContinue Reading

It is no secret that Pace students love their TV shows. Conversations about Walter White’s meth enterprise, the latest gruesome killing on “The Walking Dead” and the destruction of Westeros are commonplace at the Academy. While many popular shows will continue into 2014, there is an exciting new crop ofContinue Reading

$23,250. Sounds like a lot of money, right? Well, apparently at the Academy, it isn’t quite enough to cover book costs for its students. Instead, Pace students are forced each year to go onto the dreaded MBS Direct website to order books, which easily cost upwards of $200. Many schoolsContinue Reading

Next year will certainly be a year of change at the Academy, with a brand new state-of-the-art Upper School, bidding farewell to the trailers, and now, a new classification for Pace’s athletic teams. Pace will move into Class AA after a routine restructuring by the GHSA, which occurs every twoContinue Reading

As seniors across the country scramble to complete countless college applications, there is one Pace senior whose college search came to an abrupt and satisfying close on Oct. 20. Standout football and baseball star Kameron Uter committed to Vanderbilt University on a full football scholarship immediately following his visit toContinue Reading

When most people think of solar power they think of some far fetched idea that will never be anything more than a liberal’s pipe dream. Thanks to vast advances in technology in the past 10 years, however, solar panel producers have been able to simultaneously make higher efficiency panels whileContinue Reading

Bumblebees, a cow, TAOS and Ms. Tate. What could all of these seemingly random things possibly have in common? They are only a few of the countless memorable Halloween costumes that have made their way to the Academy over the past couple of years. This year, with Halloween falling onContinue Reading

While many Pace students spent their summer break relaxing and sipping Fresca on the beach, a select group of Pace students were busy exploring Roman ruins, tramping through Spanish markets, learning the importance of personal finance in Cambridge, and bringing to life AP Euro in Russia. All of these wonderfulContinue Reading