And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the
Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

Colossians 3:17
March 3, 2019
Chaplain's Corner
PACS Families,

This past Wednesday in Chapel we wrapped up our four-part series in the Book of Jonah. As we continue to remind our students, the Book of Jonah is not about a fish, it is about the Gospel. But strangely enough, for a book that is most commonly referenced as being about a fish, it seems really odd that the last word in the book is “cattle”! Additionally, after reading through Jonah 4, it almost seems that the book is incomplete…at first glance, it just drops off. But we, of course, know that no part of the Bible is incomplete and that the feel of “dropping off” is intentional and by Divine design.

Jonah 4 reminds us of two fundamental truths: At the heart of the mission of God is God’s heart for people and God is not finished with your story. These were the areas that we explored last Wednesday, and these are the areas that you can further dive into in your family this week.

As you are together at home, in the car, or around the table, consider using the following questions within your family to help facilitate further discussions within your home about the conversations that began in our chapel service…

  • In Chapel it was stated, “If your understanding of the Gospel does not include actively reaching lost people, you not only have a misunderstanding of the Gospel…you have a misunderstanding of God.” How does this statement change the way you view the people around you that may not have a relationship with Jesus?

  • What does it mean to “Squeeze out onto others what has been poured into you?” How does this change the way you view the many ways that God has/is blessed(ing) you…and why He has/is blessed(ing) you?

  • In Jonah 4, it was very apparent that God still was not finished with Jonah’s heart…and in Chapel, we said that one of the reasons that the Book of Jonah seemingly comes to an abrupt ending is that, just like Jonah, we all need to be reminded that God is not finished with our story. How does this reminder (that God is not finished with you) challenge you if you are currently close to God? How does this reminder (that God is not finished with you) encourage you if you are currently far from God?

  • We ended Chapel with this challenge: “KEEP GROWING…each day, trust God with one new thing in your life.” What is your one thing today?
Ben Wallis, Director of Spiritual Life

This Week in Chapel:
Special Speaker:
Jace Thomas, Student Pastor at Prince Avenue Baptist Church

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Please Pray for Seniors on
International & Local Missions
The Prince Avenue Senior Class will travel March 3rd-9th to San José, Costa Rica in partnership with Joshua Expeditions.

Please pray for these students and chaperones as they minister and share the Gospel:
Curtis Batchelor
Patrick Brannen
Madi Britt
Mardra Caldwell
Haley Cartey
Delaney Cook
Mandi Csuka
Abby Davis
Abby Frost
Anabel Griffith
Daniel Harper
Murphy Healan
Janie Henderson
Lilly Henderson
Hope Hewatt
Molly Howard
Elijah Hynes
Megan Jackson
Savannah Johnson
Grayce Keefer
Sarah Kelley
Bradley Lastinger
Buck Leffingwell
David Mathis
John Morgan
Leland Padgitt
Christian Parrish
Colton Parrish
Lilly Renn
Gracie Ricketts
Thomas Ross
Boone Seay
Chria Sharp
Peyton Shedd
Harrison Sheppard
Mack Simmons
Adam Smith
Ryan Stiles
Austin Tate
Eliza Taylor
Lolly Titshaw
Will Todd
Evan Treadwell
Sted Wilfong
Brandt Akin
Elizabeth Barry
Leigh Renn
Ben Wallis
Those students that do not travel internationally will spend March 4th - 8th serving at the Sparrow's Nest, Living Hope Church, and Atlanta Mission Thrift Store. Please pray for these seniors who will serve in our community:
Chase Barker
Spencer Bolen
  Paul Chasteen
  Deven Desai
  Allie Faulkner
Hunter Fountain  
Christopher Harding
Josh Hilton
  Danny Lee
  Rod Platt   
Shelby Reese
Sam Smith
Logan Thomas
Foster White
Drew Wright
Development Office
 If your family or business would like to sponsor a
corporate table for this year’s event, please contact
Kim Brannon at 678-726-2314 or Lynne Bottoms at 678-726-2315.
Academic Team

 The Prince Avenue High School Academic Team recently competed vs. Blessed Trinity in the WSB High Q Tournament.

The show will air on WSB-TV 2 on March 9th at 12:30 pm.

Tune in and support the Academic Wolverines!
Fine Arts
Tickets to Big Fish Available Now
Summer at Prince Fine Arts Camps
The Prince Fine Arts Department will offer the following opportunities for Summer at Prince:

The Beautiful Basics of Painting: Rising 4th & 5th Grades

Acrylic Pour Painting Class: Rising 6th - 12th Grades & Adults

Slab Pottery Class: Rising 9th - 12th Grades & Adults
Free Sports Physicals

Athens Orthopedic Clinic will be offering free sports physicals to Prince Avenue middle and high school students on Saturday, April 13th.

More information on time and place TBA.
Summer at Prince

Registration for summer Youth Sports Camps at Prince is now open!

Camps for baseball, basketball, cheer, football, soccer, softball, and twirling are available for age ranges from Rising Kindergarten - 6th Grade
(up to 8th grade for baseball & softball and 12th grade for twirling).
Campus Life
Attention Senior Class Parents!
Let us help you announce your graduate’s achievement by ordering one of these classic yard signs.

Each sign is weather proof, printed with fade resistant Prince colors, comes with a yard stake, measures 18” x 24” and can be ordered using your FACTS account for only $25.00 per sign. 

The order form is attached or you may pick up a copy in the high school office. Order forms can be emailed ( or delivered to Allison Bentley.

The deadline to order is March 28 th .
To Access Fall and Winter Pictures:

  • Go to
  • Click on online previews at the bottom right of the page
  • Click on the Prince Avenue Christian School tab
  • Type in the password: Wolverines
  • You will then be in the gallery. Select the gallery you would like to browse and order as desired.
School Store Hours
March 4th - March 8th
Monday, March 4th
8:10 am – 9:14 am

Tuesday, March 5th
9:18 am – 10:18 am
10:31 am – 11:31 am

Wednesday, March 6th
12:04 pm – 12:54 pm
1:33 pm – 2:23 pm

Thursday, March 7th
2:18 pm – 3:18 pm

Friday, March 8th
8:10 am – 9:14 am
*Hours will be limited due to students serving on the Senior Mission Trip.
Calendar Highlights
Please check the website for any rescheduled games or other events.
Monday, March 4
D Day Schedule for Middle & High School

  • Varsity Tennis vs Morgan County @ OVP 4:30 pm

  • Middle School Baseball vs Bethlehem Christian @ Home (Doubleheader) 4:30 pm

  • JV Baseball @ Monroe 5:00 pm

Tuesday, March 5
A Day Schedule for Middle & High School

  • Math Help Sessions 3:30 pm

  • Middle School Girls Soccer vs Tallulah Falls @ Home 4:30 pm

  • Varsity Girls & Boys Soccer @ Hart County 5:30 pm & 7:30 pm

Wednesday, March 6
B Day Chapel Schedule for Middle & High School

  • Lower School Chapel 8:10 am

  • Middle and High School Chapel 10:05 am

  • Middle School Golf vs GWA @ Athens Country Club 3:30 pm

  • Middle School Track & Field @ Oglethorpe County 4:00 pm
Thursday, March 7
C Day Schedule for Middle & High School

  • Math Help Sessions 3:30 pm

  • Middle School Golf vs Hebron @ Hamilton Mill 3:30 pm

  • Middle School Girls & Boys Soccer vs Jefferson Middle @ Home 5:00 pm & 6:15 pm

  • JV Baseball vs Monroe @ Home (Doubleheader) 5:00 pm

Friday, March 8
D Day Schedule for Middle & High School

  • 8th Grade Girls Gathering 7:15 am

  • Middle School Baseball @ Bethlehem Christian Academy 4:00 pm

Saturday, March 9 & Sunday, March 10

  • No Special Events
Lunch Menu: March 4 - March 8

Monday: Pork Loin

Tuesday: Chicken & Waffles

Wednesday: Hot Dogs

Thursday: Lasagna

Friday: Chicken Sandwich
Fine Arts Winter Concert