A typical morning drive to Pace culminates with the West Paces traffic, the chubby Kingswood cop, and the enigmatic , half-sideways, bumpiest-of-all-time, ridiculous, yellow speed bumps. Students and faculty alike are well accustomed to having their car bounce through this gauntlet of a driveway, all the while trying to makeContinue Reading

Out of many thousands of entries, Pace students had a strong swing at the 2012 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards at the region level. Pace is in the South Region which consists of 13 states from Texas to West Virginia. With a total of 11 awards, Pace students won theContinue Reading

Pace mascot Sir Winsalot does not seem to be too popular at the Academy lately. He has not made an appearance at a game since last school year. Unfortunately, students are not pouring in to sign up for the job. “We’ve always relied on the student body to do that,Continue Reading

Feb. 15-25, the FAC hallway was a source of inspiration, filled with artwork by Pace’s art teachers: Lower School art teacher Silke Cliatt, Middle School art teacher Jane Sibley, and Upper School teachers Rick Berman, Donice Bloodworth, and France Dorman. The works were on display for the annual faculty artContinue Reading

At the start of every school year, many new students join the Pace Upper School family. Most of these new faces belong to the freshman class, and they almost always come in August. There are usually a few students who join after freshman year, but a second semester arrival isContinue Reading

Would you give your life for this country? Three Pace seniors have answered “yes” to this question by applying to the Naval and Air Force academies this year. If these students enroll, they will receive a free education at an elite college. Also, students earn a monthly salary for tangiblesContinue Reading

London: Arts focus March 2 – 10, 2012 Classes of 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Trip leaders: Mr. Sargent and Ms. Smith   Jordan: Service focus March 2 – 13, 2012 Classes of 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Trip leaders: Mr. Hattori, Jonathan Reckford and Rebecca Rhodes   Japan: AcademicContinue Reading

Hard Work, a senior at Pace Academy, passed away peacefully at his desk early in January, surrounded by his close friends TI-83, Oxford E. Dictionary, and Pocket Constitution. He was born Aug. 21, 2008 in the Upper School building, the child of Grade P. Average and High S. Transcript. OnContinue Reading

Remer Halbrooks Remer Halbrooks’ first name is a palindrome and taken from the doctor who delivered him. He is the youngest of four brothers, all of whom attended North Cobb High School, where they participated in football and track. Beginning in 1976, Remer and his brothers started working for theContinue Reading