This summer, Pace students are exploring their interests and developing career skills through paid and unpaid internships. Students have endured long application processes, stressful interviews and looming deadlines to land these prestigious positions. Among these students are sophomore Harrison Lewis, junior Jibril Sadiq and senior Rachel Nemeth. Sophomore Harrison LewisContinue Reading

This year’s NCAA men’s college basketball tournament was one for the record books. The tournament began in early March shortly after conference tournament play ended. A bipartisan board selected 68 of the best college basketball teams from multiple conferences and ranked them depending upon their regular season record and their strengthContinue Reading

Boo! If you’re currently in the Pace Academy Arthur M. Blank Family Upper School, you probably think it’s approaching Halloween. That’s right, because there are ghosts everywhere. Now I know what you are all thinking, “ghosts aren’t real,” but newsflash, they are and they’re invading the Upper School. These ghostsContinue Reading

Outrage takes the Academy as the school day lengthens to 3:30 p.m. effective April 1. No longer will students quietly anticipate the hour hand striking three since the recent move to turn the last period into an 80-minute test period. The schedule adjustment is the result of a teacher-led effort to allow moreContinue Reading

Technology wiz Matt Walker has worked at Pace for the past eight years, but few know what makes this mysterious man tick. He is a man of many layers, one who can don the stern countenance of a rugged middle school soccer coach and then seamlessly transition into the videographyContinue Reading

The golf season has officially teed off and the Pace teams are excited to get out and begin play. The boys and girls teams practice every day at local courses like Bobby Jones, Chastain and Legacy Golf Links in order to perfect their craft and prepare for upcoming matches. TheContinue Reading

As Valentine’s Day approaches, ladies are earnestly searching for their knight in shining armor to save them from loneliness on February 14th.  Luckily, one certain junior heartthrob is still up for grabs, yet this man is in high demand. He is a perfect combination of sour yet sweet, supple yetContinue Reading

As the winter break rolls around, Pace students and faculty begin to pack their bags and travel across the globe. Winter Break gives students two weeks off to enjoy the holiday season, relax after a week of exams, and prepare for the next semester. Students are thrown right back into hecticContinue Reading

Worry permeated the school on Friday morning, Sept. 18 as the patter of rain persisted well past the hour of noon. The fateful announcement confirmed students’ suspicions, as Mrs. Culp’s voice on the intercom interrupted the constant chatter of the school. The news was closely followed with a collective sighContinue Reading

  The rosy African sun peaks above the lush landscape of the Okavango River Delta in eastern Botswana. Nine Pace students and four Pace faculty members awake on an island in the middle of the delta to a swarm of mosquitos, dust and chatter from the local African guides. The mokoro canoesContinue Reading

Fans cheer as nine pairs of students stroll across Walsh field and under an arch of blue and white balloons. The students were chosen by their peers to represent each class during the homecoming game against Holy Innocents’ last Friday and during the homecoming dance this Saturday night. Although theContinue Reading