Each year, the upper school fine arts department honors its brightest stars by nominating them as arts laureates. From singing to ceramics to dance, the arts laureates represent the broad talents many Pace students possess. This year, the arts department will honor twelve new laureates, including four from theContinue Reading

There is a new sheriff in town, and his name is Kabeya Kabongo. Starting in the 2016-2017 school year, “Mr. Coach Lieutenant Tsar General Sir” Kabongo will assume the role as head of the Pace Academy Lower School. The event marks a major move from his current position as assistant varsityContinue Reading

Recently, Pace’s athletic program has made incredible strides and gone from afterthought to contender. This success has changed the environment surrounding Pace athletics, and for tangible evidence, look no further than the student section. Once small and quiet, the student section now engulfs the stands at Walsh Field and the Inman Center,Continue Reading

This winter has been dreary, to say the least. “It’s probably been the hardest couple months of my life,” said senior Ethan Schneider. “I feel like something has been missing.” He, like many other avid Mexican food eaters, has been devastated by the e. Coli outbreak at Chipotle restaurants acrossContinue Reading

For the second time in only two years, Pace athletics will be moving up in the GHSA classifications. After jumping from 1A to 2A before the 2014-2015 school year, the Knights will move again, this time from 2A to 3A for the coming school year. The decision to move up was made byContinue Reading

After the whirlwind of first semester, college applications are done and grades are out.  Seniors everywhere rejoice – they are almost at the finish line, and it is time to relax! Not so fast. There is still work to be done, projects to be made and AP tests to be taken.Continue Reading

  Two years ago, Pace faculty member Tommy Hattori began a new yearly innovation contest called the Social Entrepreneurship Challenge. In its inaugural year, the contest’s theme was the issue of traffic in Atlanta, and from the challenge arose Scootle. Developed by then-juniors Matt Tannenblatt, Larine Hamied and Tanner Lewis,Continue Reading

  After a successful regular season in which the Knights went 21-13, the Pace varsity volleyball squad advanced all the way to the Elite Eight of the GHSA playoffs. The Knights, seeded fifth, traveled to Savannah to play in front of a packed gym at St. Vincent’s Academy. They battled all theContinue Reading

N.W.A. became one of the most influential and controversial rap groups of the past century, going from the streets of Compton, California to the national spotlight with their explicit messages and graphic language. The group, which included rappers Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and MC Ren and producers Dr. Dre and DJ Yella, took the nationContinue Reading

Upon arriving in the Upper School, many freshmen are overwhelmed by the change of scenery.  Confusion and panic often ensue when trying to understand the rotating schedule, and freshmen are easily lost in a maze of classrooms on different floors with new teachers. Soon, all freshmen learn their bearings, but then comesContinue Reading

For some people, fantasy football is just a fun game; for others, it’s a lifestyle. Between research, managing the team, watching games, and tons of smack talking, the life of a fantasy owner becomes very occupied. “My preparation time was about 25 hours, and throughout the season I spend about 400Continue Reading

  As the freshman class files out of the buses at Camp Skyline in Mentone, Alabama, they officially begin their high school careers. Are they ready? Probably not, which is why they are split into groups and assigned their own counselors for the rest of the year, who are thereContinue Reading