This year’s spring musical, “Shrek,” blew away its audience on the nights of Apr. 7, 8 and 9 with its strong voices and comedic aspects. Thirty three students put in hours of work after school for this three-day performance, along with the many others who worked behind the scenes. AContinue Reading

Large amounts of dangerous chemicals have been found in food packaging. PFAS are chemicals used by restaurants and manufacturers to keep water and grease out of the packaging. They are used in a variety of objects including nonstick pans, clothing, stain-resistant furniture, carpets and even cellphones. The CDC has classifiedContinue Reading

Meet the new 2026 class dean, Upper School Biology teacher and Lacrosse coach, Ben Ewing. Ewing served in the Peace Corps in Fiji before working at Pace, and his hobbies include hiking, fishing, spending time outdoors and cooking. In 2018, Ewing started his teaching career at Pace and has servedContinue Reading

KNIGHTLY NEWS: So what’s up? MEGAN HARDESTY: Good morning! MEGHNA SINGHNA: Jack, why are you being passive aggressive? KN: Okay, first question, how do you feel about leaving Pace and starting college? MH: It’s time to go. I’ve been here since fifth grade. No, but in all seriousness -Jack stopContinue Reading

In late March 2022, Florida’s governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that states that “Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students inContinue 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

A lifer at Pace, Junior Oliver Loree is involved in just about everything! Partaking in the musical, robotics and leading various clubs, Loree keeps himself very busy at school. However, he also finds himself heavily involved outside of school with his own personal endeavors. Loree runs his own Instagram account,Continue Reading

Since 2019, Pace students have been eagerly anticipating the return of an off-campus Prom. The wait came to an end on Apr. 23, when 248 students attended the annual dance at the Illuminarium Experience on the Atlanta Beltline.  According to their website, the Illuminarium “transports you to a sensory experienceContinue Reading

As the 2021-2022 school year comes to a close, several beloved teachers in the Pace community are retiring: Upper School Ceramics teacher Mark Knott, US World Language Chairperson Cappy Lewis and US English Department Chairperson Marsha Durlin.   For the past 10 years, Mr. Knott has taught ceramics to the studentsContinue Reading

GAP day, or Great American Picnic Day, is one of the most anticipated school days of the year. The exhilaration is filled with games, food and physics competitions. At around 10:30 a.m., Phlotilla occurred, where numerous groups of freshmen created their own makeshift boat in order to win the raceContinue Reading