The Pace Academy community focuses on its newest initiative of Mental Health. Student’s mental health is as important as ever with all of the surrounding pressures inside and outside of school. Pace has advocated for years that students should practice self-care and focus on themselves through many long assemblies, theContinue Reading

Recently, a new bill called the Utah Social Media Regulation Act was signed into law which  prohibits Utah children under the age of 18 from going on TikTik and other social media sites between 10:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. The bill also blocks children from using social media platforms withoutContinue Reading

Over the holiday break, a once-in-a-generation blizzard hit Buffalo, New York, resulting in power outages, fatalities and many questions. Buffalo officials prepared themselves for another storm with a small group of emergency responders and supplies, but they never could have predicted what was to come. Prior to the storm, AccuWeatherContinue Reading

With the sudden rise of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), COVID-19 and flu cases, some experts are calling this season a ‘Tripledemic.’ While these illnesses have been around for a couple years, this winter is the worst it has been. “With increased RSV infections, a rising number of flu cases andContinue Reading

With Election Day over and results in, Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp is re-elected, defeating Democrat Stacey Abrams. These two also faced off in the previous governor election in 2018 with the same result. This win was not unexpected as Gov. Kemp had been ahead in the polls according toContinue Reading

The Supreme Court is heating up after its ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and expanding the reach of the Second Amendment last term, the court is facing harsh criticism from the public. Now, the public is even more interested to see what the court will discuss in the upcoming 2022-Continue Reading

This year Georgia citizens will elect their next governor. The candidates are Brain Kemp (Republican), Stacey Abrams (Democrat), Elbert Bartell (Independent), President Boddie (Independent) and Shane Hazel (Libertarian). After the 2022 Georgia Primary Election, Georgia Republicans chose Brain Kemp over David Perdue and Kandiss Taylor as their nominee. Stacey AbramsContinue Reading

While Celsius has been a popular energy drink for a couple years, it has come to the attention of its users that it can cause serious damage to their health and even career. Celsius is considered to be one of the most widely used energy drinks on the market rightContinue Reading

As the war between Russia and Ukraine is becoming more severe, some Pace students have gathered supplies to aid the citizens of Ukraine. The war between Russia and Ukraine began on Feb. 24, 2022, and the warfare has grown more brutal over time. Russia is attacking the region of KyivContinue Reading

The varsity boys basketball team’s hard work showed after their region championship win against Columbia High School. The team also had multiple players make all region teams, including Sophomore LJ Moore on the 3rd Team All-Region, sophomore Kyle Green on the 2nd Team All-Region and freshman Bryson Tiller on theContinue Reading

As a way to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day and his legacy, the Pace community participated in a weekend of community service all around the metro Atlanta area and the annual MLK Sunday Supper. MLK Day is the only federal holiday that is a national day of service. AsContinue Reading

On Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022, public school officials in Chicago canceled classes after a dispute with the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU). Members CTU threatened to stay home because of the sudden COVID-19 surge and the new Omicron variant. As cases continued to rise to city record levels, the teachers believedContinue Reading