Knightly News: Hey Carly! How are you doing on this fine Monday night? Carly Appel: I’m good, how are y’all? KN: Just peachy. I’m so glad we get to chat with you. Our first question for you is: Being that this is your fourth year on Student Council as president,Continue Reading

On Oct. 5, former Product Manager at Facebook Frances Haugen gave a testimony before Congress, claiming that Facebook promotes unsafe spaces in order to boost engagement. In her opening remarks, Haugen said, “I believe that Facebook’s products harm children, stoke division and weaken our democracy.” Over the past few months,Continue Reading

On Oct. 26, 2020, just about one year ago, Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsberg. In the past year, the majority conservative Supreme Court of the United States has made several moves to undo RBG’s decades of work.  During his singleContinue Reading

As the Pace Academy community enters a second school year amid a global pandemic, the administration has made several changes to ensure the safety of all while also welcoming back several well-loved traditions. The return of senior tailgates, assembly and regular lunch are among the many traditions that students andContinue Reading

On March 16, eight people were shot dead in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian American. While this news may seem shocking and out-of-the-blue, anti-Asian hate crimes have been on the rise for the past year and continue to increase as a result of xenophobic rhetoric related to the pandemic.Continue Reading

In an exclusive interview with an anonymous Pace insider, The Knightly News has uncovered a big secret: Pace will convert to a boarding school starting with the 2021-2022 school year. This plan has been in the works since February when Pace administrators decided it would be safest for all studentsContinue Reading

The 2020-2021 school year has seen many changes as Pace attempts to keep traditions alive while following COVID-19 protocols. First football games, then Spirit Week and now prom have been adjusted to keep students and faculty safe. On April 17, Pace will host prom here on campus in the upperContinue Reading

On Jan. 20, Georgia’s newest senators Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock were sworn into office. After running a joint runoff campaign, the two senators have become Georgia’s first Jewish and Black U.S. senators, respectively. Ossoff joins eight other Senators who identify as Jewish, including Majority Leader Chuck Schumer fromContinue Reading

“Imagine Prom on steroids. The exclusive, high society Sadie dance breeds drama. In an attempt to control the catfights and rejections, a list is created where girls can claim dates before the extravagant proposals.” Sound familiar? That’s just the beginning of the Amazon blurb for a new novel released inContinue Reading

The COVID-19 pandemic stole many Pace traditions, such as live theater productions, the senior parade, dances and more. However, the Isdell Center for Global Leadership (ICGL) has worked to preserve their beloved study tours by planning domestic trips that fit pandemic protocols while also being enjoyable and educational. “We wantedContinue Reading

The Knights Head to the Final Four of the State Playoffs on Oct. 31. They Face Off Against Union County in the Inman Center. After three consecutive state championships and the loss of four elite players to graduation, the varsity volleyball team had big shoes to fill this season. AdaContinue Reading

The summer of 2020 was marked by thousands of protests around the country calling for racial justice following the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Pace, like most institutions, vowed to make our community a more welcoming place, especially for Black faculty, staff, students and parents. AcrossContinue Reading