Throughout the school year, students have poured into the college counseling office to indulge in the variety of sweets that sit at Administrative Assistant for College Counseling Shakila Williams’ desk. From Twix and Hershey’s Kisses to Gushers and Fruit Roll-Ups, she’s got it all. While they may not be aContinue Reading

At the start of the 2019 school year, students in the Pace Academy Upper School gathered together to form Pace’s first Jewish Affinity Group. This group is aimed at uniting Jewish students throughout the Upper School and giving them a space to converse and connect with people that practice Judaism.Continue Reading

Need help finding gifts for your friends, family and pets? Explore the variety of options listed below to inspire you for this holiday season! For your brother: To make charging his phone easier, you can purchase this $12.99 wireless charger from Amazon this holiday season. By simply placing one’s phoneContinue Reading

“The Great Gatsby,” “The Catcher in the Rye,” “Let the Great World Spin.” These are just three of the dozens of novels that are currently a part of the Pace Academy Upper School curriculum. And one may notice that they share a common theme: they are centered around a white,Continue Reading

Sept. 18 started out as another ordinary day but ended with the tragic news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) had passed away at the age of 87. RBG was the second woman in history to serve on the Supreme Court, following in the footsteps of Justice SandraContinue Reading

While COVID-19 has certainly changed the way everyone is going about their day-to-day lives, it has had a prominent impact on the college process for the class of 2021. Due to the virus, many students have not had the opportunity to take standardized tests, and schools across the country wentContinue Reading

If you had told someone in 2019 that we would soon have to shield half of our faces from the world to protect ourselves from a pandemic, that person would have laughed it off. If you had explained to them that instead of complimenting people on their new shirt orContinue Reading

As many would expect, Hollywood has been greatly affected by the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Major events and movie releases have been canceled and rescheduled. Some television shows have had to end a few episodes early and some will look for a way to incorporate those last few episodesContinue Reading

While it is unknown when the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will end, summer programs and camps have already begun to cancel. If the virus continues through the summer, children, teens and college students will have to rearrange any plans they had. Summer internships are beginning to be called off, forcingContinue Reading

As the juniors and seniors make their way through their college application processes, Head of Upper School Michael Gannon expressed concern that three college counselors were not sufficient to meet the needs of 229 students. As a result, he consulted with Director of College Counseling Jonathan Ferrell, and together theyContinue Reading