A 2017 study conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics revealed that 2.2% of teachers in America are military veterans. Over the years, Pace Academy has employed faculty who have served in the United States military. Two of the current faculty who have served (spotlighted here) are math teacherContinue Reading

Earlier this month, Head of Upper School Michael Gannon announced that Pace will most likely be reopening in the fall without the accommodation of Zoom. After spending over two months of the 2019-2020 school year completely on Zoom and offering a hybrid style this year, Pace will be returning toContinue Reading

On Saturday, May 8, the varsity boys tennis team headed to Berry College in Rome, Georgia to compete in the state finals against region rival Lovett. The boys knew that it would be a tough match. Having played Lovett twice before this year, beating them 3-2 in the regular seasonContinue Reading

  Pace’s beloved math teacher, Jason Smith, is not a math teacher at all. In fact, he is someone else entirely.  It was junior Anna Rosenbloum who first discovered that Mr. Smith is an impostor. “I was on my way to Mr. Smith’s room to ask for some help onContinue Reading

On Jan. 6, the United States Capitol was breached for the first time in over two centuries. People around the world watched as thousands of Trump supporters stormed the building and attempted to halt the certification of the 2020 election by Congress, supporting the notion that the election had beenContinue Reading

    Every November, Indians come together to celebrate Diwali: the festival of lights. Observed by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs around the world, Diwali celebrates the battle of good over evil and light over dark. The festivities of Diwali are celebrated throughout a five day period, with the third dayContinue Reading

Every year, the Nobel Prize is awarded to people – or groups of people – for having discovered or invented something that has had “the greatest benefit to humankind.” The Nobel season begins every October as the Nobel Committee begins announcing the winners of the prize, which are then handedContinue Reading

Set your watches everyone. Seven years is all the time you have left before climate change becomes irreversible. Seven years before famine, drought, floods and suffering. Climate change has remained a pressing issue for years, yet our response to its rapid developments have continued to remain sluggish. We have alreadyContinue Reading

In one of the most pivotal elections in the history of the United States, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden finally went head to head on Sept. 29 in the first of three debates. The debate itself turned out to be perhaps the worst debate in presidentialContinue Reading

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact schools around the world, students of all ages have had to adapt to taking classes online. This is true of Pace as well, which continues to offer its students the ability to attend classes virtually even as it opened its doors physically forContinue Reading