For teenagers, the recommended amount of sleep is between eight and 10 hours. Some students, however, are only getting about half of that. With extracurriculars every afternoon and homework piling up, potential hours of sleep begin to disappear. Sleep deprivation is a problem that is common among students across theContinue Reading

Sophomore Kalissa Greene was recently named to PrepVolleyball.com’s 2019 16s Club Preseason All-Americans, making her the top sophomore setter in the country. Last year, Greene was also named to PrepVolleyball.com’s Frosh 59 List and was honored as a member of the U15 First Team – PrepVolleyball.com Club All-Americans. This pastContinue Reading

Dance marathons are events in which participants dance or remain on their feet for an extended period of time in order to raise money for a certain cause. On Feb. 2 from 3-8 p.m., Miracle Knights is hosting its own dance marathon in Boyd Gym to raise money for Children’sContinue Reading

On Monday, Jan. 21, the United States will take a day to remember one of the most influential people in history, Martin Luther King, Jr. Through countless rallies, speeches, non-violent protest and other political action, Dr. King was able to change the way our country views equality. On this day,Continue Reading

Pace alumni carry knowledge and skills they learned at Pace with them as they enter college and pursue a professional career. There are many exceptional students who have graduated from Pace who go on to have tremendous success in jobs all over the world. Graduating in 1998, Chip Wile firstContinue Reading

The Pace swimming and diving team began its season strong at the North Atlanta High School Sixth Annual Kickoff Classic at Washington Park Natatorium. The varsity girls team placed fifth of 13 teams and the varsity boys team placed seventh out of 11 teams. Junior Erin Hood excelled, leading theContinue Reading

Pace’s upper school club fair gives students the opportunity to form unique groups around specific activities. Each year, students create new clubs and carry on the legacy of old ones. Clubs like KnightFlix and Student Ambassadors are well known, but new additions of lesser known clubs have allowed students toContinue Reading

Every Pace student is familiar with the Community Engagement program, whether they are in the lower, middle or upper school. Throughout a student’s career at Pace, they are given countless opportunities to give back to the community around them. But each year the program evolves, and these changes have becomeContinue Reading

For 20 years, Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) has showcased nationally and internationally known photographers throughout the month of October. ACP is the “largest annual community-oriented photo festival in the U.S.,” according to the festival’s website. Exhibitions, lectures, panels and auctions fill more than 100 venues around Atlanta, with Pace Academy’sContinue Reading