At Pace, time management is crucial. With numerous clubs, sports and other outside responsibilities, many students choose to spend their free periods doing homework or studying. When their work is done, however, what is a student supposed to do? For many in the Upper School, playing games is the answer. Continue Reading

On his return to school for Spring Break, self-proclaimed granola bar connoisseur Jason Smith announced that he would be boycotting Cliff bars. “Over the past couple of years, the quality has gone down and the price has increased,” said Mr. Smith. “I don’t think anybody should be buying or eatingContinue Reading

While it is important to recognize the entrepreneurial successes of current Pace students, it is also important to highlight the success of Pace alumni who are out working professionally in the real world. Pace showcases some of these small businesses owned by alumni on its website to spread the wordContinue Reading

Long awaited, spring break came and went at Pace. Being the first real spring break since the pandemic, Pace students and faculty anxiously anticipated its arrival. With the pandemic dying down and the world reopening, this year’s spring break held high expectations. On top of this, Pace’s famed ICGL StudyContinue Reading

The varsity boys basketball team’s hard work showed after their region championship win against Columbia High School. The team also had multiple players make all region teams, including Sophomore LJ Moore on the 3rd Team All-Region, sophomore Kyle Green on the 2nd Team All-Region and freshman Bryson Tiller on theContinue Reading

Whether squatting behind home plate or strolling through the commons, senior Jonathan “Wizard” Merlin is guaranteed to have eyes follow him. Now, I know what you might be thinking, but it is not because of his luscious locks or his impeccable taste in athleisure wear.  Walking through the halls, itContinue Reading

The classic “Cheaper by the Dozen” franchise has returned for a third movie adaptation. While this modern take brings a diverse and jubilant cast, it does not live up to its predecessors’ comedic or heartwarming standard. Unknown to many, this movie franchise derived from the 1948 semi-autobiographical novel of theContinue Reading

Every February, the United States celebrates Black History Month to honor the triumphs and struggles that Black people have had over the course of American history. Beginning in 1915 as only a weeklong acknowledgment, the civil rights movement in the 1960s brought this annual occasion to its current prominence, extendedContinue Reading

As a way to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day and his legacy, the Pace community participated in a weekend of community service all around the metro Atlanta area and the annual MLK Sunday Supper. MLK Day is the only federal holiday that is a national day of service. AsContinue Reading

Pace Academy campus came alive on the nights of Jan. 28 and 29, as a lively audience showed up to watch a staple of the Upper School drama department: the Winter Showcase. Rather than experiencing just one play or musical, attendees witnessed the production played out in the Fine ArtsContinue Reading

Pace Athletics are performing well in winter sports, with wrestling, swimming and diving and both girls and boys basketball teams thriving. As seasons are approaching the finish line, teams are preparing for the state playoffs with passion and excitement to bring home a state title.  Boys Basketball:  The varsity boysContinue Reading

As 2022 approached, the first Omicron COVID-19 variant case in the United States was confirmed on Dec. 1, 2021 by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). As of Dec. 20, 2021, Omicron had been detected in most states and territories at a rapidly increasing rate. By late December,Continue Reading