Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel:
“I am the Lord your God, who teaches you to profit,
who leads you in the way you should go."

Isaiah 48:17
May 13, 2018
Chaplain's Corner
We hope you’ve had a great weekend! Here’s a glimpse back at what took place in Chapel this past Wednesday…

With this week being the final week for Lower School Chapel, Pastor David Joiner recapped the major Chapel topics/series of the past year. Pastor David also zeroed in on Isaiah 48:17 (“I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go.”) as a way to finish out the school-year as well as springboard into the Summer Break. Also in Chapel, students Maggie Ross and Bennett Bahnsen powerfully shared with all of our Lower School students and teachers how they came to ask Jesus into their hearts.

Consider the following questions to help open up spiritual conversations with your lower school student(s):

  • “What are some of the major lessons that you learned this year in Chapel?”

  • “Can you tell me about a time when you asked Jesus to forgive you of your sins, and to take control of your life?” [as parents, it would be great to share your story with them as well!]

A HUGE “Thank You” goes out to all of our lower school students and parents who generously gave over $800 to the Village of Hope Orphanage in Tanzania! Your giving will provide mattresses and mosquito nets to children who are in desperate need…again, thank you all so much!!!

Wednesday was our final Middle/High School Chapel of the year. During this time, we dove into II Timothy 3:14-17. With the Summer Break just around the corner (and no longer having Bible class nearly every day or chapels nearly every week), we talked about how we do not have to experience a drop-off in our closeness to God.

Consider the following questions to help open up spiritual conversations with your middle/high school student(s):

  • “Why is it important to know that your relationship with God does not go on Summer Break?”

  • “Knowing that you will not know the will of God apart from the Word of God, what are some specific steps that you can take to spend more time in prayer and reading the Bible throughout the Summer?”
Ben Wallis
Director of Spiritual Life
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Prince Avenue Graduation
Dr. J. Josh Smith to Speak at Prince Graduation

Prince Avenue Christian School will hold the Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2018 on Saturday, May 19th at 10:00 am in the Prince Avenue Baptist Church Worship Center. 

Dr. J. Josh Smith, senior pastor of Prince Avenue Baptist Church, will give the charge to graduates.  

5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony
Lower & Middle School Honors Day
Lower School Honors Day:
Thursday, May 17th at 8:30 am

Middle School Honors Day:
Friday, May 18th at 10:30 am

Both ceremonies will be held in the Worship Center
of Prince Avenue Baptist Church.
Fine Arts
Prince Avenue Majorettes
Sign up to join the 
Grades K-12
Please contact Majorette Coach
 Candy Byrd-Miller for information.
706-410-5968 or 
Music Theatre Camp

Be part of the Fine Arts family & learn the basics of music theatre which include
vocal production, acting, choreography, make-up,
& stage combat.  
Date:  June 18 - 21

Time:  1:00 - 4:00 pm

Grades:  Kindergarten - 5th Grade

Cost:   $90.00

Performances:   June 21st at 4:00 & 5:00 pm in the PACS cafeteria.

Camp Directors:   Justin & Sharon Carter of Brightstone Productions

Summer at Prince
Youth Sports Camps
is now FUNdamentals!

Registration is now open! 

Children in grades K - 6 can register for basketball, cheerleading football, and soccer camps. 

Grades K - 8 can register for baseball and softball camps.

Grades K - 12 can register for twirling camp.  
A description of each camp, dates, times, and cost along with registration information are located on the Summer at Prince page on our website. 
Baseball Team to Final Four in the
GHSA Single-A Private State Tournament
The Wolverines will play @ Holy Innocents
on Tuesday, May 15th
at 2:00 and 5:00 pm

The “if” game will be
Wednesday, May 16th at 5:00 pm

Go Wolverines!
Fall Youth Sports

Registration for the following PACS Youth Sports
is now open for the
2018-2019 school year:

  • 1st/2nd grade Flag Football
  • 3rd/4th and 5th/6th grade Youth Tackle Football
  • Prince Lower School Running Club for 1st-4th Grades

Registration Ends Monday, May 14th

For more information,
contact Michael Palmer, Youth Athletic Director

Volleyball Parent Meeting
There will be a Volleyball Parent meeting on Tuesday, May 15th in the Wolverine Den.
Middle School: 5:30 pm
High School: 6:00 pm

For questions, contact Coach Megan Caylor
Campus Life
Business Office
2017 – 2018 School Year:
For most families, the last incidental invoice you will receive for the 2017 – 2018 school year will be sent on Monday, May 22 nd  with a due date of June 1, 2018.  Your prompt payment is appreciated so that we can release report cards and test scores.
2018 – 2019 School Year:
This past week, the PACS Business Office finalized the tuition payment plans for most Prince families for the 2018 – 2019 school year. For those families who are re-enrolled for next school year and utilize the monthly tuition payment plan option, this means that your last tuition payment for the 2017 – 2018 school year will be due in May, and your first payment on next school year will be due in June. For families who pay in advance in full, your payment is due in June 2018.
Please refer to the “FACTS Payment Plan Confirmation” email you received and/or log-in to your on-line FACTS account to view your account details.  If you have questions, please contact the PACS Business Office at
(678)726-2312 or .
Parent Teacher Fellowship

The class with the most box tops for the month of April was Mrs. Smeltzers 3rd grade class with a total of 271 Box Tops.  

The students with 50 or more box tops are:
Chloe Merritt
Olivia Taylor
Walker Hardman
Michael McGinn
Noah Palmer
Riley Young

We are thankful to all the parents that sent home box tops this year. Look for some new contests next year so we can earn more money to buy things for PACS. 
Marketing and Communications
The Wolverine General Store will be closed for the rest of the school year in order to complete inventory.
Prince Avenue Baptist Church
Prince middle and high school students looking to fulfill their volunteer service hours for the
2018 school year can volunteer during
summer events at PABC.

Please contact Emily Hicks at for more information!

Vacation Bible School
June 4 - 8, 2018
8 am - Noon

(Entering Pre-K
through 5th Grade)
WinShape Camps for Communities
June 25 - 29
for students who have completed
 1st - 9th Grades
Whether you like soccer, science, or anything in between, there is something for everyone at WinShape Camps for Communities! Come be a part of this incredible adventure where we combine sports, recreation, arts, Bible study and worship into one incredible week. WinShape Camps provides a professionally trained staff to help create the most meaningful, unforgettable and fun-filled day camp experience you’ll find anywhere... right at home in your own community!
Calendar Highlights
Please check the website for any rescheduled games or other events.
Monday, May 14
D Day Schedule - Middle & High School

  • AP Testing

  • Math Help Sessions 3:30 pm

Tuesday, May 15
A Day Schedule - Middle & High School

  • AP Testing

  • High School Exam Review Day

  • 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony 1:00 pm

  • Varsity Baseball - State Semi-Finals @ Holy Innocents (Doubleheader) 2:00 pm

  • Middle & High School Volleyball Parent Meeting 5:30 & 6:00 pm

Wednesday, May 16
B Day Schedule - Middle & High School

  • High School Exams

Thursday, May 17
C Day Schedule - Middle & High School

  • High School Exams

  • Lower School Honors Day 8:30 am

Friday, May 18
Early Dismissal

  • Last Day of School

  • High School Exams

  • Middle School Honors Day 10:00 am

  • AP Testing

Saturday, May 19

  • High School Graduation 10:00 am

Monday: Hot Dogs

Tuesday: Chicken Casserole

Wednesday: Wings

Thursday: Fox's Pizza

Friday: Early Dismissal
Mrs. Padgett's 2nd Grade Class Performing "Contraction Surgery"