The Knightly News placed first in the state in its size category in the Georgia Scholastic Press Association’s annual General Excellence competition for high school journalists. The Pace upper school newspaper is one of three General Excellence winners, awarded by size of school. In addition to the General Excellence award,Continue Reading

The Fall Fair, a Pace tradition since 1963, is a highlight for the whole school, especially the lower and middle schoolers who enjoy the rides, inflatable bounce castles, face painting, karaoke, and many other kid friendly activities. Though these types of activities are exciting and fun for the younger students,Continue Reading

Sex, power, territory, forbidden romance, and some of the highest caliber choreography the theater world has ever seen can all be found in this year’s fall theater production of “West Side Story.” Students began work at the end of August in their numerous choreography, music, and staging rehearsals, preparing toContinue Reading

Portfolio Awards: Josh Baron Gold Key Ceramics Maggie Swain Gold Key Photography Frances Fuqua Silver Key Photography Erin Blasberg Honorable Mention Photography Individual Awards: Josh Baron Gold Key Ceramics Robert Brooks 3 Gold Keys Ceramics Matt O’Brien 2 Gold Keys Painting   Honorable Mention Painting Megan Blasberg Gold Key SculptureContinue Reading

On Jan. 1, 2010, I decided to give up meat for a month.  I had always considered myself an environmentalist, so when a friend challenged me to go vegetarian for environmental reasons, I reluctantly accepted the challenge.  I was convinced that it would be too difficult and that my energyContinue Reading

  Dear Knightly News, I appreciated the recent article, “Does Pace Live and Let Live?” It’s great to have sexuality be talked about, especially since it is often, as you mentioned, a taboo subject. However, there were a few details within the article that I would dispute. I was surprisedContinue Reading

I have a few thoughts regarding Mr. Canfield’s remembrance of the so-called “Twig Art” that was displayed at Pace in the early 90’s. The artwork was actually a temporary installation sculpture that referred to the environment. Matter plus form equals content. Dead branches (matter) of varying lengths were bundled togetherContinue Reading