Now that the Olympic flag has been passed from Beijing to the hosts of the 2026 Winter Olympics, Milan and Cortino, the 2022 Winter Olympics have officially come to an end. The Games lasted from Feb. 4 to Feb. 20, with Norway winning the most gold medals (16), Germany comingContinue Reading

As the regular season ended, and the best teams in the NFL headed into the playoffs, one team is looking to win it all and be Super Bowl Champions. Currently, there are two teams left and one big game until one team is crowned champion. One unlikely Super Bowl contenderContinue Reading

Fortnite, the once epic battle royale game that had teenagers staying up past 3:00 a.m. attempting to win a Victory Royale, has officially made its return. Fortnite was an extremely popular game back in 2018 when it had just started and had kids playing nonstop. However, kids began to thinkContinue Reading

Kyrie Irving returned to the NBA on Jan. 5 against the Pacers after missing the first half of the season.  Irving has already missed 48 games which created lots of controversy back in September. He was not allowed at any Nets practices and received significant backlash. However, he has remainedContinue Reading

Outside its usual religious services, Peachtree Road United Methodist Church has a long-standing tradition of setting up an annual winter high school basketball league. This league is filled with teams from local Atlanta schools, composed of players who are looking for a fun, entertaining environment without the stress and longContinue Reading

On Nov. 12, the United Nations concluded their twenty-sixth annual climate conference, known as the United Nations Conference of the Parties, or COP26, with mild success and also some bitter disappointments from certain member states. Many diplomats and over 130 heads of state met this year in Glasgow, Scotland toContinue Reading

Every fall, the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) examines schools’ athletic departments based on their number of students and size. All class levels are considered in determining if a school should move up a division or down. This creates a fair environment so that smaller schools will not have aContinue Reading

Following a year of Zoom tours and online interviews, the admissions office is finally starting to return to normal. Due to COVID-19, admissions had to take a step back. Unable to provide in-person tours and one on one interviews, the campus felt extremely empty during the busier months of theContinue Reading

On Nov. 2, the Atlanta Braves defeated the Houston Astros for the Major League Baseball World Series, claiming the first title for the city since 1995. It has been a long championship drought for Atlanta with notable heartbreaking losses such as the Falcons’ Super Bowl 51 loss. In response toContinue Reading

On Oct. 21 and 22, the Upper School theater program performed “Metamorphoses,” this year’s One Act. “Metamorphoses” by Mary Zimmerman is an adaptation of The Book of Ovid and is centered on different tales of Greek mythology. The students were able to use their creativity to make it special andContinue Reading

As the Pace Academy community enters a second school year amid a global pandemic, the administration has made several changes to ensure the safety of all while also welcoming back several well-loved traditions. The return of senior tailgates, assembly and regular lunch are among the many traditions that students andContinue Reading

Seniors, juniors and sophomores have grown comfortable with the ins and outs of the Upper School. The class of 2025 has yet to learn the tips and tricks that can help them navigate their first year of high school. As a freshman, you may go to the wrong class, forgetContinue Reading