Upper School Spanish Teacher Laura Agront-Hobbs is not new to the Olympic circuit. She qualified twice for the Olympic games and competed in 1984 in Los Angeles, representing Puerto Rico and participating in the high jump. That is why it should come as no surprise to students that Señora Agront-HobbsContinue Reading

Pace Academy Upper School English teacher Marsha Durlin has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for her crimes against the environment. For decades, Durlin has walked into class and handed every student an uncanny amount of packets consisting of up to twenty articles. Oftentimes, students’ binders become crippled asContinue Reading

Each day, as noon approaches and students trickle into the cafeteria, they are greeted by a treasure of the Pace community: Flik dining. Although recognized throughout the greater Atlanta area as a fine dining establishment, as of April 2022, they will now be acknowledged as an international sensation: they willContinue Reading