At the end of the 2016-2017 school year John Anderson, seasoned head of The Garcia Family Middle School, will step down, passing the torch to present Dean of Discipline and history teacher Graham Anthony. Mr. Anderson has worked at Pace for 12 years. Mr. Anthony will be the third Head of MiddleContinue Reading

Tropical weather, active volcanoes and diverse wildlife greeted the Isdell Center for Global Leadership scholars as they stepped off the plane in Honolulu, Hawaii on April 9. After previous trips this school year to Churchill, Manitoba and Antarctica, the scholars’ final adventure brought them to the Aloha State. Leaving icebergsContinue Reading

Sophomore Sophie Beck’s toned muscles ripple as she swings her driver and follows her ball down the fairway. Adrenaline courses through her veins, almost inhumanly. Sophie does not yet know that she will be forbidden from playing the sport of golf for the rest of her high school career. In lateContinue Reading

Calling all athletes and fitness fanatics to join in welcoming Coach Ty to the weight room team. This welcome is belated, as Coach Tykesia Johnson joined the Pace staff at the start of the 2016 school year. Working alongside coaches Clement Rouviere and Sekou Walton, Coach Ty brings the first official female presenceContinue Reading

Students and other art enthusiasts brim with excitement as they amble past their teachers’ art along the walls of the Fine Arts Center. Pieces crafted by photography teacher France Dorman, painting teacher Donice Bloodworth, ceramics teacher Mark Knott and FAC Technical Director Scott Sargent are on display. The works ofContinue Reading

Freshmen Every year, freshmen are only given $500 to spend on Spirit Week. They have the difficult task of allocating their small budget across decorations, banner and costumes. The Class of 2020 underachieved with their decorations this year, only using paper cutouts in the gardens between the Inman Center and the Arthur M. BlankContinue Reading

Emerging from the needed hibernation of winter break, Pace students stretch their legs and resume their classes as usual in the new semester. With Spirit Week behind them, students may wonder what to do after school, longing for some afternoon entertainment to satisfy their boredom. At last, on Jan. 26Continue Reading

As junior Paige Demba’s hands slip from her face, her head almost hits the desk. She catches herself before plunging into deep sleep in her English class. Every night, students retreat to their homes after a day of grueling classes. “Ask anyone at Pace, said senior Kate Bethel. “I don’t thinkContinue Reading

  Students “left their troubles outside” on Nov. 4 and travelled to the Fox Theatre to see Roundabout Theatre Company’s “Cabaret” on a field trip with Pace Theatre Director Sean Bryan. The theatre company performed in Atlanta on their 50th anniversary tour.  Based on Christopher Isherwood’s “Goodbye to Berlin” and adapted forContinue Reading

“A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent.” (The Boy Scout Law) Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has been one of the largest youth organizations in the country. Promoting leadership and helping others, the BSA opens its doors to boysContinue Reading

New to Pace this year, freshman Jason Rosenbloum has already captured the attention of the Pace community. Jason is a practicing close-up magician who has been performing for two years. There are three types of modern professional magic: close-up, parlor and stage. Close-up magic, or micromagic, is performed in frontContinue Reading

  Speakeasies, flappers, electrifying jazz and a thrilling whirlwind of a plot. Pace Theatre is bringing to audiences a fast-paced musical from the roaring ’20s, “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” opening Nov. 10. The classic premiered on the screen in 1967 and debuted on Broadway in 2002, winning six Tony Awards, includingContinue Reading