Thirty-one members of the Class of 2019, making up over a quarter of the class’s population, have been together since they started Pace’s Lower School as pre-firsters. Thirteen years later, these “lifers” prepare to graduate and begin studies at a new school for only the second time in their lives.
Students who spend time in the upper school’s Woodruff Library have probably grown accustomed to seeing Ms. Teague’s friendly face around and asking her for assistance when utilizing the many tools offered by the library. However, after being a librarian at Pace for 23 years, Ms. Teague will retire at
Throughout the course of his high school career, senior Charlie Hirsch has excelled in the realm of standardized testing. In September 2018, Hirsch was named a National Merit Semifinalist due to his high performance on the PSAT. In February 2019, Hirsch added another award to his record after being selected
Being a Girl Scout is about more than being just an adventurous, cookie-selling young woman. March 12 marks National Girl Scout Day, celebrating the girls who embrace all that comes with being a G.I.R.L. This acronym, pawned by the Girl Scouts organization, represents girls who are Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers and
Freshmen: While audiences generally hold low expectations for the freshman class, the class of 2022 put on an impressive show with their theme “Monsters, Inc.” The freshmen are only given $500 to spend on supplies and costumes, but they did a fantastic job despite this. Their courtyard decorations, including monsters drawn in
While small, the girls gymnastics team is filled with talented athletes who anticipate a great season. The eight girls, seven of whom are veterans to the team, started training Jan. 8. “Coach really gets us into shape,” said sophomore Eve Kogon. “Even though sometimes I am so sore I can’t
The rich history behind Hanukkah is unknown by many, although it’s widely celebrated by Pace students who are Jewish. The holiday, with over five spellings including Chanukah, Hannukah and Hannukkah, marks a time that is about a lot more than gift-giving. Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, commemorates
As the Pace upper school students adjust to the school year, an influx of new teachers begins adapting to a new environment as well. Among these new teachers are two assets to the English department: 10th grade teacher Hayley Conroy and ninth grade teacher Selby Merritt. Both Mrs. Conroy and