Ratemyteacher.com: a reputable source for information on Pace Academy faculty or an outdated, unserviceable website? Created in 2001, the website has compiled information and feedback on over eleven million teachers nationwide. The feedback ranges from formal positive comments like “Mr. Hornor is no doubt one of the best teachers atContinue Reading

Goals, saves, fights: the Pace hockey season is back! The team, much like the Atlanta Thrashers, has changed its jerseys, has relocated, and has changed its name. Due to a lack of players from Pace, the team has combined with Riverwood to form the Pace-Riverwood hockey team. What is theContinue Reading

The boys varsity soccer team had a fantastic year last year, winning their area and advancing all the way to the final four of the state playoffs. Although the team lost productive seniors such as Billy Tutt and Will Brewster, the team still has its core returning and has refilledContinue Reading

How Well Do You Know Your Teachers? 1. Has traveled to over 20 states playing in billiards tournaments 2. Received College of Computing Doctoral Dissertation award for thesis at Georgia Tech 3. Raised over $1,200 for Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation in the “Ride for Kids” 4. Played varsity football atContinue Reading

Shaking ground, darkening skies, torrential rains; these are the signs of the end of the world, the 2012 apocalypse. Or, they are just the new weather trends. Aug. 23, a huge earthquake hit the East Coast. Centered in Virginia, some sources claim that the ripples could be felt even inContinue Reading

It is no secret that discs are slowly going the way of the dinosaurs. With services like Hulu and Netflix offering the ability to stream movies and TV shows, Steam offering downloadable games, and Apple and Microsoft even offering things like Windows, Office, and OS X as downloadable content, whyContinue Reading

During their sacred summer, most Pace students’ goals are to get as far away from campus as possible. However, there are a few students who choose to spend their summer earning some money as camp counselors at Pace Camp. This is the 40th year for the program, and each yearContinue Reading

Music, stand-up comedy, and arts fans alike have been waiting with bated breath for the Bonnaroo music festival June 7-10 in Manchester, Tenn. Boasting such headliners such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Shins, Radiohead, Aziz Ansari, Phish, The Beach Boys, and Foster The People, prospective Bonnaroo-goers are alreadyContinue Reading

Every year when students return to the academy, Pace typically has something new to offer. Next year, Pace will add three new classes: Love in Philosophy and Literature taught by Dr. Brubaker, Western Philosophy taught by Dr. Link, and Sustainability taught by Mr. Sargent. Love in Philosophy and Literature isContinue Reading

Photo credit: Mr. Assaf Pictured: Senior Andrew Thurman The lacrosse team has had a solid season this year because of a combination of experienced upperclassmen and talented underclassmen. Seniors Parker Draughon, Jakob Gorgens, Cal Harris, Zach Lamb, Theo Levine, Connor Perkey, Brandon Stoll, Andrew Thurman, James Walsh, and Jonathan Webster ledContinue Reading

The closing of this year marks the end of several beloved Pace teachers’ tenures at Pace: third grade teacher Jody Novy, Lower School art teacher Silke Cliatt, Upper School AP Biology teacher Sandra Davidson, and Upper School ceramics teacher Rick Berman. Each of these teachers has contributed something unique toContinue Reading

1. Shoot the Hooch – Getting a couple of friends together to raft down the Chattahoochee is always a safe bet for a fun time on a sunny summer day. You can start by dropping in at the Chattahoochee trail station on Powers Ferry and get out at the nextContinue Reading

Summer is around the corner, and we’re sure you cannot wait! Here are some things to do over the long break: Attend a baseball game. Visit the Georgia Aquarium. Take a trip to the World of Coca-Cola. Have fun at the Atlanta Zoo. Take a hike up Stone Mountain. SwimContinue Reading