Starting in the 2018-2019 school year, current dean of the Class of 2018 Allison Riley will assume the role of Upper School Dean of Students. Additionally, current Dean of Students Gus Whyte will become the chair of the math department next fall.  Ms. Riley, who has been at Pace sinceContinue Reading

On April 20, a group of 12 upper school students had the opportunity to share their talents with their peers and the faculty. The Arts Laureate ceremony annually recognizes students who are nominated by their classmates as standouts in the visual and performing arts. This year’s arts laureates were seniorsContinue Reading

During the Pace Academy Student Council’s most recent meeting, faculty adviser Tim Hornor proposed an idea that all of the students jumped on board with immediately. The Student Council members unanimously agreed to propose a new rule for the handbook beginning with the 2018-2019 school year that will prohibit UpperContinue Reading

It is late on Monday night and Head Coach Steve Cunningham sits in the dark, hacking into the National High School Gymnastics score database. But his work is not quite as surreptitious as he had intended. Caught red-handed after boosting each girl’s all-around score by a full point, Coach CunninghamContinue Reading

Some students add to their heavy load of school work by investing their time and energy in working for a business. While some students make money through babysitting, working at a fast food restaurant or waiting tables, juniors Ben Solomon and Lily Wagoner, as well as senior Nate Reece, haveContinue Reading

On Feb. 7, 13 senior athletes participated in National Signing Day and officially committed to Division I, II and III colleges. Now they will continue their sports beyond the high school level and take part in larger-scale athletic competitions. While uncommitted athletes will have another chance to sign in theContinue Reading

This month marks the 14th year since Facebook was launched by a group of co-founders, including current CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Since its launch in 2004, Facebook has grown into the most widely-used social networking site with over two billion monthly active users, according to the World Economic Forum. Facebook allowsContinue Reading

The Pace Academy varsity swimming and diving teams, led by head swimming coach John Ague and head diving coach Jim Ebert, kicked off the season on Nov. 15 with a victory against Loganville High School. Swimmers, alongside senior captains Melanie Crawford, Sophie Ferry and Catherine Sweeney, and junior captains Carter FroomanContinue Reading

While most Pace students were spending their Thanksgiving break eating turkey and hanging out with family and friends, a group of Pace students were in Budapest, Hungary Nov. 17-26 at the annual Model United Nations (Model UN) conference. On Thanksgiving night, the students dined at the New York Café. “TheContinue Reading

Pace Academy upper schoolers partnered with the University of Georgia to host their very first dance marathon, called Miracle Knights, in Boyd Gym on Nov. 11 to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Seniors Canon Lynch, Lizzie Marr, Aly Satisky, Erica Tashma and Sloan Wyatt, along with junior Lily Wagoner, ledContinue Reading

The paths of four recent Pace Academy graduates have led them back to their alma mater for jobs. These alumni are Josh Swan from the Class of 2011, and Zeena Lattouf, Hayley Shoji and Carter Baldovski from the Class of 2012. Mr. Swan, who played football and basketball in highContinue Reading

For the second year in a row, the Pace upper school community has supported the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) through the “Out of the Darkness” Atlanta walk. The walk was held on Nov. 5 in Piedmont Park. The walks are the largest fundraiser sponsored by the AFSP. BeginningContinue Reading

Pace Academy’s Andrew Thomas ’17 has garnered lots of attention at the beginning of the football season for outstanding play on the University of Georgia’s offensive line. As a true freshman, Thomas has a firm grip on the starting gig through six games thus far. Head coach Kirby Smart calledContinue Reading