Hey seniors, it’s a wrap, or nearly so. As Spring Break disappears in the rearview mirror, this journey we started together four years ago careens steadily and shakily toward its conclusion. Graduation is right around the corner. Sure, coronavirus rages all around us, literally stopping all of Italy in itsContinue Reading

Just before school started, I had the privilege of attending the ninth grade retreat at Camp Skyline as one of the 18 senior peer leaders. It was a weekend jam-packed with activity, social opportunities and, for our incoming high school freshmen, looking ahead. For me, it was also a chanceContinue Reading

Marvel Studio’s “Avengers: Endgame,” which opened April 26 to much fanfare and anticipation, had by the end of its opening weekend shattered almost every single box office record previously in existence. Grossing $350 million in its domestic debut and $1.2 billion worldwide, Marvel Studio’s 22nd release became the movie withContinue Reading

George Robbins, the standout golfer from Pace Academy, will be entering his senior season next spring. However, he has just made a verbal commitment to play college golf for the Stanford Cardinal. “They impressed him when he went to Stanford last week for his sixth recruiting camp and he gotContinue Reading

The final season of “Game of Thrones” is meant to tie up the story that started in 2001 with the release of the hit pilot episode, “Winter is Coming.” The pilot episode of “Game of Thrones” was well received with 2.22 million views on its opening night. Six years later,Continue Reading

Twenty Pace Academy students, under the leadership of junior dean Grady Stevens, Spanish teacher Laura Agront-Hobbs and school counselor Kacy Brubaker, departed on a late evening flight for Buenos Aires on Thursday, Feb. 28 to begin their ICGL trip to Patagonia. For the next nine days, the students were challengedContinue Reading

After last season’s difficult run, where the boys varsity soccer team finished their season with a losing record and failed to make the playoffs, the team opened its season with a solid 4-2 victory over Dunwoody High School followed by a 2-1 win over Southeast Whitfield. The team is currentlyContinue Reading

In June, Pace Academy’s very own Wendell Carter, Jr., Class of 2017, began his career in the National Basketball Association with the Chicago Bulls following a standout season at Duke University. The Bulls selected Wendell seventh overall in the NBA draft making him the first ever professional basketball player fromContinue Reading

“We Will Rock You,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” “We Are the Champions” and of course, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” are just some of the many songs made famous by the British rock band Queen. Queen is arguably the greatest rock band in history with Brian May on the keyboard, Roger Taylor onContinue Reading