The Pace community will greatly miss physics and  chemistry teacher Julie Hall, who will leave at the end of this school year. Mrs. Hall graduated from Georgia Tech and has been teaching at Pace since 2001. She is known for her thoughtful, methodical teaching style, her Rube Goldberg machine minimesterContinue Reading

On Friday, April 6, 43 students participated in Pace’s second annual Sleep Out for youth homelessness. Partnering with the Covenant House, a homeless shelter that helps teens, Pace students raised awareness of youth homelessness in Atlanta. Over three thousand teens in Atlanta sleep on the street every night, and manyContinue Reading

With the abundance of missed school days in the 2017-2018 school year, Head of School Fred Assaf has decided to have school on Good Friday/Passover on March 30 and Easter Monday on April 2, days previously scheduled as holidays. Of course, if students have made prior plans for the holiday,Continue Reading

As the school year winds down, the Miracle Knights are getting excited for some upcoming events. Miracle Knights is a club at Pace that supports the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, specifically the local Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA). Pace is one of many high schools and colleges around the countryContinue Reading

As the end of February approaches, Pace students look forward to the Student Advisory Board’s (SAB) Love Your Body Week. This year, Love Your Body Week will take place during the week of Feb. 19, with special activities planned for each day. The whole point of Love Your Body WeekContinue Reading

Following tradition, the Pace Art Faculty show will take place again this year Feb. 12-26. The show will feature a variety of different mediums, including paintings, ceramic pieces, and photographs. Upper school art teachers Donice Bloodworth, France Dorman and Mark Knott will all contribute work to the show. Middle schoolContinue Reading

Ben Wescott and Pam Ambler are joining the Pace college counseling office following the departure of Associate Director of College Counseling Amy Secor and Director of College Counseling Gavin Bradley. While Mr. Wescott officially started his new job at Pace on January 29, Mrs. Ambler will be coming in theContinue Reading

After 39 years at Pace, beloved English and creative writing teacher Ricks Carson will retire after this school year. The Pace community, Mr. Carson’s students and colleagues especially, will miss him, as he has touched the lives of many. While he looks forward to retirement and a new daily routine,Continue Reading

As Christmas approaches, Pace students get excited to celebrate their beloved traditions. Many students and their families have unique traditions, celebrating Christmas in different ways. Junior Alondra Juarez and her family have always done most of their gift giving on Christmas Eve. “Even when I was like four we wouldContinue Reading

Before the relaxation of holiday break, Pace students will have to endure a full week of exams Dec. 11-15. Students will take exams in the following order: English, world languages, history, science and math. Students must study and retain material from the entire semester, and many will most likely feelContinue Reading

On Thanksgiving Day, many runners in Atlanta will participate in the Half Marathon hosted by the Atlanta Track Club. The race begins at the Georgia State Stadium, the former Braves stadium, and will take runners along the streets of the city, hitting famous spots such as Centennial Olympic Park, AtlanticContinue Reading

After graduating from Pace in May 2017, Max Irvine began his gap year by creating his own company, Rocket Dev. Following his success in the Pace Social Entrepreneurship Challenge with the idea of SIP, a water bottle that could track water intake on an app, Irvine decided to take whatContinue Reading