Let what you heard from the beginning abide in you. If what you heard from the beginning abides in you, then you too will abide in the Son and in the Father.  And this is the promise that he made to us - eternal life. 

I John 2:24-25

February 19, 2017
Admissions Office - Reenrollment Continues
Reenrollment for the
2017-2018  school year 
officially ended February 10th, however, it can still be completed by February 28th
to avoid the late fee.
Reenrollment packets have been sent via e-mail to each family or can be accessed at the link below .  Please follow the instructions to complete the online  reenrollment process for your students.  

Please plan to reenroll early to help us prepare for the upcoming school year.   If you have any questions, please contact Admissions Director, Victoria Carter at vcarter@princeave.org.

Fine Arts
Mama Jewels Kitchen is Proud to Support the PACS Band.

  Saturday, February 25th 
8:00 am - 2:00 pm

A portion of all sales will be donated to PACS Band.

Mama Jewel's Kitchen    ~   1075 Baxter Street    ~    Athens, GA    ~    706-850-9797


FCA is for All Middle and High School Students.

Whether or not you are on an athletic team, you are invited to all Fellowship of Christian Athletes huddles at Prince. Enjoy food, fellowship, games, and a devotional message. 

Evening huddle: Thursday, Feb 23, 
7:00-8:30 pm in the Wolverine Den.

 All who attend either huddle this month
will receive an FCA T-shirt.

Parents can volunteer to help provide simple snacks on any of our huddle dates. 
If you would like to help in this way, please contact Coach Dale Autry at dautry@princeave.org


Hit the road with your friends and family,
come support the Lady Wolverines!

Parent Teacher Fellowship
All Prince families are invited to come out to Foley Field on March 10th at 7:00 pm on the campus of the University of Georgia to watch
UGA baseball take on Rider .

This will be a time to fellowship with other PACS families
and to watch a little baseball as well.

The cost is $8.oo per person and includes
your game ticket, shaker, and a custom t-shirt.

Registration ends on February 26th so sign up today!
We hope to see everyone at the ball park!

Middle School News
Calendar Highlights
Please check the web site for any rescheduled basketball games or other events.
Monday, February 20
  • No School / President's Day

  • Varsity Baseball @ Stratford Academy 

  • Reenrollment Continues

Tuesday, February 21
  • No School / Teacher In-Service

  • Robotics & Programming Club

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Soccer @ GWA
Wednesday, February 22
D Day Schedule for Middle & High School
  • Lower, Middle & High School Chapels

  • Varsity Girls Basketball Second Round State Playoffs @ First Presbyterian Day School

  • Varsity Baseball vs Rockdale @ Home 

Thursday, February 23
A Day Schedule for Middle & High School
  • 6th Grade Girls Bible Study
  • Robotics and Programming Club Meeting 3:15 pm
  • Fine Arts Winter Concert
     7:00 pm PABC Worship Center

Friday, February 24
B Day Schedule for Middle & High School

  • 5th Grade Prayer Retreat

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Soccer vs Oglethorpe @ Home 

Saturday, February 25

  • Seniors leave for Mission Trip to Honduras

  • MS Academic Team Meet 

Monday 2/20:  No School

Tuesday 2/21:  No School

Wednesday 2/22:  Nachos

Thursday 2/23: Chicken Alfredo

Friday 2/24:  Meatball Sub
Chaplain's Corner

This week in Chapel we continued our walk through the Book of I John. For the next several weeks, we will be answering the following key question: “What does genuine faith look like?”

As you and your family go about life this week, consider the following questions for conversation:    


Read through I John 2:18-25

  • “Why do you think that it is important to know that not all ideas about God actually lead to God?”  
  • “What are some of the reasons that someone (John refers to them as ‘antichrists’) would teach a ‘counterfeit faith’?” 
  • “If some of the most common false teachings about the Father are that He is unknowable, He is uninterested, He is unmerciful, and He does not take my sin seriously…why is it important to know the truth (I John 4:19; Psalm 117, 118, 136, 138; John 3:16)? 
  • “If some of the most common false teachings about the Son are that He was 100% God but not fully man, He was 100% man but not fully God, His death on the cross was not absolutely essential, and His resurrection from the grace was not absolutely essential…why is it important to know the truth (Hebrews 4:15; Colossians 2:9; I Peter 2:24; I Corinthians 15:17)? 
  • “In understanding that all temptation is rooted (Genesis 3:6) in ‘the desires of the flesh’ (the notion that I want what I’m told I cannot have), ‘the desires of the eyes’ (the notion that if something looks good, it must be good), or ‘the pride of life’ (the notion that I know what is best for my life) what is your greatest temptation that you battle against?” 
  • “How does the Holy Spirit in you give you confidence about knowing that you have a right understanding of God?” 
  • “How does the Word of God to you give you confidence about knowing that you have a right understanding of God?”    
  • “How can I pray for you?”

Thank you so much for continuing in your homes the conversations that we have in our chapels!

So glad to be partnering together with you!

Ben Wallis
Director of Spiritual Life