Mr. Matt Ball has been working at Pace Academy as a librarian for 10 years, and is now the Director of Libraries, however, students may not know as much about Mr. Ball as other faculty members, as he doesn’t teach any classes. Although you may mostly see Mr. Ball puttingContinue Reading

Men’s Basketball :  This year, the Pace Academy men’s basketball team looks to repeat last year and win back to back state championships. Over winter break, the team excelled in their Nike Elite High School trip to Hawaii where they played some of the best teams across the country. TheContinue Reading

As exam week comes closer, smart study strategies are more important than ever. The Pace library is always a great study spot option, but a change of scenery can definitely make a difference in efficient studying. Here are some of the best study spots around Atlanta.   Foxtail Coffee Co. FoxtailContinue Reading

A group of 42 attorney generals are suing Meta and claiming that Facebook and Instagram have addictive features that target teens. This lawsuit focuses on children’s privacy concerns, negative impact on users and deceptive business practices, including lack of transparency.  Ever since the increase in popularity of Snapchat and TikTok,Continue Reading

A conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has exploded recently. The Middle Eastern countries have had a tense relationship for hundreds of years, centered around a territory called Nagorno-Karabakh. This territory is home to Armenian people, however, it is located in Azerbaijan and shares no borders with Armenia.  Historically, Nagorno-Karabakh hasContinue Reading

Pickleball has taken the sports world by storm. Being a relatively easy sport to pick up and with endorsements from celebrities like Lakers star Lebron James and retired tennis star Serena Williams, pickleball is America’s fastest-growing sport. According to the Pro Pickleball Tour, there was a 15.6% increase in theContinue Reading

Even though winter in Atlanta can be dull, there are lots of fun holiday activities to fill your holiday season with cheer! The Christkindl market between Peachtree and East Paces Ferry is a great way to try some Christmas foods and do some last-minute Christmas shopping! The market has overContinue Reading

Dr. Don Dupree has been an English teacher at Pace Academy for 22 years now. Because of Doc’s thought-provoking nature and fun classroom environment, much of the student body is interested to learn more about Doc’s life. Brian: How’s it going Dr. Dupree? Dr. Dupree: As I keep saying toContinue Reading

During the winter, Peachtree Road United Methodist Church (PRUMC) hosts a basketball league in which Pace teams often participate. This year, there are multiple teams per grade and they enter themselves to compete against other school teams in the area. Varsity basketball players aren’t allowed to participate in this league,Continue Reading

What do you want in life? Happiness of course. No, if that’s what you want in life I hate to break it to you, but you’re a complete fool. You don’t want happiness you want fulfillment. Happiness is both fleeting and uncontrollable. So what can we substitute for happiness alongContinue Reading

The upcoming year promises to be an active political season, with debates over foreign aid to Ukraine and Israel, new budgets, culture wars and a presidential election looming around the corner. The House of Representatives will be a key battleground for many of these issues, and much hinges on theContinue Reading

Dec. 1 symbolizes World AIDS Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness for human immunodeficiency virus(HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome(AIDS). HIV is spread through the exchange of bodily fluids with an infected person. HIV attacks the body’s immune system, making a person with HIV easily susceptible to many other illnessesContinue Reading