If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart
that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

Romans 10:9
April 1, 2018
Chaplain's Corner
It’s hard to believe that it is already Spring Break!!!

Here’s what happened in our Chapel services that we hope will carry over into your homes…


Throughout the month of March, David Joiner has spoken on the topic of “Five Lies that We Tell Ourselves.” On Wednesday, Pastor David addressed Lie #5- “Wisdom comes from getting more information.”

As you are in your homes, eating around the table, or in the car together, consider discussing the following questions with your students to help open up the opportunity to have spiritual-minded conversations with your Lower School student(s).

  • “What does James 1:5-6 say about what we should do if we don’t have wisdom?”

  • “Is just having wisdom enough? What should we do with that wisdom?”

  • “What does Jesus’s story about the two men who built their houses (one on the rock and one on the sand) teach us about obeying His Word when times get tough?”


During our middle and high school chapel service, we walked through Luke 22-24 examining the events that took place in the Garden of Gethsemane, the betrayal and denials from Jesus’s closest friends, His “trials” before the High Priest, religious council, Herod, and Pilate, Jesus’s crucifixion, death, burial, and His triumphant resurrection.

As you are in your homes, eating around the table, or in the car together, consider discussing the following questions with your students to help open up the opportunity to have spiritual-minded conversations with your middle/high school student(s).

  • “Who exactly was/is Jesus Christ?”

  • “Why would Jesus ever go through all that He went through?”

  • “Why do you think that it important to not only believe the “story of Jesus,” but to also truly see ourselves as sinners?”

  • “Has there ever been a time in your life that you have accepted Jesus’s sacrifice for you on the cross, asked God to forgive you of your sins, and invited the Holy Spirit of God to take control of your life?” (Romans 10:9)

  • “What has Christ died for that you are still struggling with? (Galatians 2:20)
Next Week: Wednesday, April 11th
The Crucifixion of Jesus (Mark 15)

Ben Wallis
Director of Spiritual Life
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The deadline to turn in scholarship applications
has been moved to Wednesday, April 11th.

Prince Avenue Christian School is pleased to announce that through the faithful generosity of friends and alumni, scholarships are available for the 2018-2019 school year. 

If you are interested in applying for one or more of these scholarships, click on the specific application listed on the PACS website. For most scholarships, there is a fillable cover sheet as well as a requirement to submit additional information such as an essay or tax return information. 

ALL applications must be returned to the school office 
no later than Wednesday, April 11, 2018.
Lower School
Cheerleading Clinic & Try-Outs
There will be a Cheerleading Informational Meeting on 
Tuesday, April 17 th  from 3:30-3:45 pm in the Chorus Room. 

This meeting is for rising 6 th -12 th  grade girls interested in cheering for Middle School or Varsity Football.
Cheer Clinic Dates & Information :

Middle School & Varsity Cheer Clinic 
Monday, May 7th - Thursday, May 10th
 Wolverine Gymnasium
3:30 - 5:00

Middle School Cheer Tryouts
Friday, May 11th
Wolverine Gymnasium
Varsity Cheer Tryouts
Friday, May 11th
Wolverine Gymnasium
Middle School & Varsity Uniform Fitting
Tuesday, May 15th
3:30-4:30 Middle School
4:30-5:30 Varsity

The Athens Orthopedic Clinic will provide free physicals for all
rising 9 - 12 grade PACS students on
Saturday, April 14 th

  • Each student who wishes to participate will need to bring a completed and signed GHSA Physical Form to PACS at 8:00 am on April 14th

  • GHSA Physical Forms are available online at www.princeave.org or you may pick one up at the front office. 

  • All participants will need to ride PACS buses to and from AOC. We will depart at 8:10 am and will return to PACS around 10:15 am. 

  • Please contact the Athletic Office if you have any questions.
Campus Life
Parent Teacher Fellowship
Box Tops for Education

Thank you to all parents and students who have clipped Box Tops!

PTF is excited to add new bottle filler stations to the existing water fountains with the money we receive from your Box Tops.
Students love filling their own bottles at the new stations.

Keep clipping Box Tops. It makes a difference!
The pictures taken on Daddy-Daughter
Date Night
can be viewed and downloaded on the
Prince Dropbox.
Marketing and Communications
We are now offering Land’s End Uniform Bottoms.
(The PACS dress code still applies to items purchased in the
Wolverine General Store. Items may not fall higher than 2" above the knee.)  
Active Skort
Sizes Available:
Lil Girls: 4-7
Big Girl: 7-16
Adult: Small-XL
Blend Chino Skort
Above the Knee
Sizes Available:
Lil Girls: 4-7
Big Girl: 7-16
Adult: 2, 6, 8, 10, 12
Active Chino Shorts
Sizes Available:
Lil Boys: 4-7
Big Boy: 8-20
Adult: 30-40
Media Center
PACS will be offering 
Fantastic Savings Books
for purchase through the
Media Center April 9th – April 30th.
Fantastic Savings   is the area's most popular savings book full of incredible deals, mostly “Buy One, Get One Free” offers, from your favorite place such as Diablo's, Cali-N-Tito's, Schlotzsky’s, Fox’s Pizza Den, Sonny’s Bar-B-Q,
Honey Baked Ham, Inoko Express, or Bonus Savings at Locos,
DePalma’s Italian Café, Chops & Hops, Rush, A Child’s Closet, LifeWay, House Electric, Alumni Hall, Great Clips and University Tire. 
These are just a few of the many unique offers!

The book is worth over $1,500, yet sells for only $15!
Your purchase will not only help your budget, it also helps to purchase books and supplies for our Media Center. We earn $9 for each book we sell.
Please send  $15 cash or a check made payable to Prince Avenue Christian School for each book you would like to purchase .
Thanks for your support!
If you need any further information or have any questions, please contact
Nancy Simpson    678-726-2322      nsimpson@princeave.org
or Karla Wooten  678-726-2346       kwooten@princeave.org

Calendar Highlights
Please check the website for any rescheduled games or other events.
Monday, April 2
No School - Spring Break

Tuesday, April 3
No School - Spring Break

Wednesday, April 4
No School - Spring Break

  • Varsity Baseball @ Providence (Doubleheader) 2:00 pm
Thursday, April 5
No School - Spring Break

Friday, April 6
No School - Spring Break

  • Varsity Baseball @ Athens Christian 5:30 pm

Saturday, April 7
No Scheduled Activities
Lower School students participate in science labs funded through the Walton EMC grant.