Sustainability is one of the most interesting courses offered to students at the Academy, but is also one of the least known. Many students have never heard if it, and those who have don’t always know its purpose. The class was created last year by Mr. Sargent to teach kidsContinue Reading

Freshmen had the excellent opportunity to go to Six Flags on April 9 to learn about physics while enjoying various rides and amusements. The annual trip was started by Mrs. Korb, who had first gone on this type of field trip when she was in high school. Because she enjoyedContinue Reading

Ever since the creation of the hit game “Flappy Bird,” thousands across the world have been glued to their phones, trying to navigate the little bird through impossibly small openings. The creator of the viral game, Dong Nguyen, removed the game from Apple’s App Store and Android Market on FebContinue Reading

The most powerful anti-bullying assembly ever presented at Pace shocked the Academy on Feb. 5 as members of Pace Academy’s Board of Diversity and the Anti-Defamation League revealed a whole side of the student body previously swept under the rug. Director of Diversity Mr. Holifield first got the idea toContinue Reading

For the second year in a row, Pace students had the opportunity to learn about a number of interesting new science topics during the eight-day minimester cycle at the beginning of January. Returning from last year were some of the favorites, like Ornithology, Sports Performance, Bridge Design and Construction, ChemistryContinue Reading

Pace Academy is home to three members of Edge of the Earth, an emerging metal band in the Atlanta area. Seniors Jacob St. Amand (guitar and vocals), Charlie Burruss (guitar) and Tommy Burruss (bass) started the band with Jones Kolbinsky (lead vocals), who left Pace after middle school, and DarrienContinue Reading

For students looking for a way to relieve the stresses of life, look no further than the Yoga Club. The club, which was founded by seniors Scarlett Chang, Alexandra McCorkle and Morgan Brewton-Johnson, meets once a week for an hour in the middle school dance room. The leaders founded theContinue Reading

For students looking for a chill ambiance in which to play frisbee, look no further than Pace’s Ultimate Frisbee club. The club was started by seniors Jake Pokalsky and Jacob St. Amand. They wanted to get the club up and going because they believed it offered them and other PaceContinue Reading

For baseball enthusiasts, it doesn’t get much better than the World Series. Under the bright lights, heroes are made, scapegoats are blamed, and by the end of the day a team is crowned with the ultimate prize. The matchup between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals willContinue Reading

Even though Director of Diversity Rick Holifield has only been working at Pace since July, he has already achieved remarkable success. Mr. Holifield started his life after high school playing professional baseball for 10 years. Then, he decided to hang up the glove and study at a divinity school. After heContinue Reading

Spanish teacher Dr. Pontes was given an unbelievable opportunity in June to work as a volunteer coordinator for the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil. The job was especially significant to Dr. Pontes because she got to help out at a huge event in her home country and contribute to itsContinue Reading

Many people would consider representing your country a once in a lifetime opportunity, but for senior Kenny Selmon it is only the beginning. Kenny, after placing second in the national 400 meter hurdles in June at the World Youth qualifying meet in Illinois, was given an opportunity to go toContinue Reading