It is the dream of many Pace students to play a sport in college, but what they may not know is that many of their teachers were able to achieve this feat. The upper school faculty is comprised of many former athletes, including All-Americans, National Champions and even an Olympian.Continue Reading

Immediately following the chaos of Spirit Week, a group of 17 seniors and three teachers departed from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and headed to Munich for the Isdell Center for Global Learning (ICGL) trip to Germany. With a focus on history, art and culture, they explored some of the most famousContinue Reading

Beginning the season after one of varsity wrestling’s most productive offseasons to date, there is a lot of excitement about the future possibilities. “This year’s group has been more motivated in the offseason than just about any team I have had since I’ve been at Pace,” said head coach GusContinue Reading

The cast and crew of “She Kills Monsters” traveled to Mary Persons High School in Forsyth on Nov. 9 to compete in the GHSA AAA One-Act Play State Championships. After months of rehearsals, performances and preparation, the cast put on a strong show and secured a spot on the podiumContinue Reading

Having just moved to Atlanta from Dallas this past June, new Associate Athletic Director Chad Wabrek is embracing his new role. Previously, Mr. Wabrek worked as the Head of Athletics and Physical Education at the Greenhill School in Addison, Texas. After his wife, Chelle, was offered a job as theContinue Reading

The idea of creating an association of black Pace alumni was sparked during the spring of 2018 while alumni Ross Brown ‘07 and Kevin Linder ‘94 were participating in Leadership Pace. The two then spoke to fellow alumnus and member of the Pace Academy Alumni Association, Jason Lee ‘96 andContinue Reading

Over the summer, popular trends like raiding Area 51 and texting number neighbors overloaded the internet. Though both trends amassed huge followings, the latter had to do with reaching out to strangers and attempting to begin conversations with them. Number neighbors, or text-door neighbors, are people who have the sameContinue Reading

In 1982, the United States Congress established the Days of Remembrance as an annual commemoration of the horrific events that occurred during the Holocaust. The Days of Remembrance take place from the Sunday before Yom HaShoah until the following Sunday. Yom HaShoah, which translated from Hebrew means “Holocaust Remembrance Day,”Continue Reading

After years of student protest, Pace has decided to make it optional for students to take a world language for the 2019-2020 school year. While most students are ecstatic about the news, many teachers are understandably outraged. Just hours after the recent language exam, students lined up outside of HeadContinue Reading

On Feb. 10, junior Lauren Stebbins and eighth grader Anna Nuckols competed on Pace’s equestrian team in the postseason regional finals. Stebbins finished first overall and was named High Point Rider of the season while Nuckols came in fourth place. As a result of Stebbins’ first place finish, she isContinue Reading

Over 5,000 students from Georgia gathered for the Georgia Thespian Conference (ThesCon) on Feb. 7-9 in Columbus. Students attending the conference participated in professional workshops and performed competitively against other high schools. This is the second year that Pace upper school students have gone to the conference, with 19 studentsContinue Reading