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

In the college process there are rarely constants. The number of applications to schools has been rising, as is the use of the Common App. However, one trend that has particularly taken hold at Pace is the use of early decision (ED) by a growing number of students. Early decision,Continue Reading

Each year, many people ring in the new year with resolutions to help them make the coming year even better than the last. These can be anything from deciding to be more adventurous to promising to stop biting fingernails. Some Pace students have resolved to make changes for 2012. NotContinue Reading

When it comes down to it, Spirit Week is astonishingly excessive and over the top. With students spending countless hours of time and an enormous amount of money, some may question the worth of our most valued tradition. Below the surface, Spirit Week has a lot to offer the AcademyContinue Reading

Imagine spending Christmas or Hanukkah without a roof over your head and no promise of a warm dinner or presents. Sadly, this is how many people spend their holidays. Thankfully, there are volunteers who help to make the holiday season a little brighter for those who are struggling to makeContinue Reading

On November 19, eleven Pace students and two teachers left Atlanta for a weeklong trip to Prague, Czech Republic. Partially a Model UN conference, partly a Global Education trip, these students got the best of both in one of Europe’s most magnificent cities. The first five days were the GlobalContinue Reading

Faculty and students at the Academy have heard lots of rumors about Pace’s plans for a new Upper School building. Last year, architects came and asked students and teachers what they wanted in the new building and drew the first blueprints. Since then, much has been finalized and construction isContinue Reading

This year, the Pace band has undergone significant changes due to the new leadership of veteran band director Dr. Doyle. Originally a trumpet player, Dr. Doyle has directed school bands for the past 25 years. Upon joining the Pace faculty, Dr. Doyle had two main goals in mind for theContinue Reading

On Nov. 12, the Pace Upper School robotics team, the RoboKnights, journeyed to Kell High School in Marietta for its first regional tournament of the year. Team members include seniors Michael Christianson, Grant Kelly, and Simon Wu, and juniors Taj Gillani and Andrew Schettino. The team went in as theContinue Reading

            Senior Matt O’Brien poses with his award- winning  paintings. Through the years, the Academy has acquired a reputation for promoting the arts and producing countless gifted artists. This year a particularly brilliant group of fourteen Pace students exemplified this trend and made their markContinue Reading

What’s for lunch? It’s a simple question, but at Pace, there isn’t a simple answer. “There is a lot of variety offered at Pace,” said sophomore Kenny Selmon, and it is true. Pace’s catering service, Sage, offers students and teachers a multitude of food options. There are the hot lunches,Continue Reading