Our precious PreK children held a surprise celebration for Fr. Matthew's 25th Anniversary with the Legionaries of Christ. During their PreK Mass this week, the children were accompanied by parents and grandparents. Before the final prayer, students surprised Fr. Matthew with a spiritual bouquet of paper flowers, which included the children's photos and what they love about Father. They gave him a heart-shaped poster framed with their smiling faces and performed a song in his honor called "My God is so Great."
High School Career Day was a huge success! Students enjoyed having a variety of sessions to attend. Our guest speakers were fabulous. A big thank you to:
Dr. Sharon Miller & Dr. Mike Miller (Veterinarians)
John Lueder (Attorney/Business Owner)
Tim Palmer (Medical Sales)...
Nick Satriano (Criminal & Civil Law/Army Reserve)
Stacey Brown (Clinical Research)
Chris Harwell (Chef)
Dr. and Mrs. William Haynes (Orthopedic Surgeon)
Carol Ansley (Patent Attorney)
Hourieh Clark (Cyber Security)
Christopher Borgerding (Airline Pilot)
Jeff Tormey (Marketing)
Sandi Jernigan (Commercial Banker)
Desiree Wanders (Nutritionist- Georgia State University)
Celebrating our Varsity Lacrosse Lady Paladins who pulled out their second area win vs Fellowship Christian last night. After trailing by 3 at the end of the first half, our ladies came back fighting and scored 8 goals in the second to win 13-10!
Ms. Brotheridge's 3rd grade students are using BrainPOP to create their own movies. They have been learning about the three branches of government. BrainPOP allows teachers to create an online class, whereby students can watch informational videos, play games that support learning, and create movies showing what they have learned! This experience also allows students to collaborate with peers, as they are thinking critically and creatively. Enjoy this sample of one of our student's videos. Kudos to Mrs. B and her class!
Did you know? In the last four years, our Middle and High School students have logged in 39,554.75 hours of service. That equals 1,648.11 consecutive days of service, or 4 ½ consecutive years! #servantleaders #christianleaders #joyfulservice #servanthearts
JOIN US TONIGHT! Our Lower School Fine Arts Department presents an evening of family entertainment tonight at 6pm, in the Upper School Gym. Talented students in grades 1-5 have been practicing for weeks, ready to present a “snapshot” of what they do in Music classes. The Lower School Band will perform as well, and students’ beautiful art work will be on display. The adorable themed program is sure to wow guests. Bring family and friends!
Congrats to Joe Metz, Jimmy Dinsmore, and Nick Miller for being recognized on the 2018 All-FCN Wrestling Team. Joe Metz was named to the First Team. He was Class 1A sectional champ in the 132-pound weight class, went 40-5 on the season, and placed second at State. Jimmy Dinsmore and Nick Miller were named to the Second Team. Jimmy competed in the 138-pound weight class, went 30-16 on the season, and placed sixth in Class 1A at State. Nick went 23-12 in the 152-pound weight class and finished fourth at State in Class 1A. We are so proud of these wrestlers and the entire wrestling program for their hard work this season! #PaladinNation #PaladinWrestling Forsyth County News - Sports
We can't wait to welcome rising PreK3, PreK4 and Kindergarten children and their families this morning for "Peek into PreK and Kinder" - 8:30-10am! Visits start in Building A!
REMINDER: Middle and High School parents are invited to a Wine and Cheese event, which includes a discussion about tough topics facing parents of teens. The gathering is Tuesday, March 20, 7-9pm, at the home of the Pausa family. The discussion will be led by Tom McCabe, Theology of the Body expert for Ascension Press, Pinecrest parent, and former faculty member. He will cover topics including: How do we speak the truth to our teens and help them understand that Catholic teaching is all about love and not judgment? How can we help our teens navigate the challenges of today’s culture? Please plan to attend this important discussion.
Our amazing PA community is at it again! On Saturday, several families participated in a work day on the Stations of the Cross trail. Selflessly giving their time, the group included Ed Rice and son Andrew, Rich Schumann and his dad Rick Schumann, Oscar and Diego Flores, Bill and Paige Brown, Tim and Hogan Palmer, Mark, Cole and Angie Doxtader. Thank you for sharing your servant hearts with us. We are so blessed.
#stationsofthecross #community #servanthearts #blessed
The Pinecrest Academy Lacrosse program is hosting a FREE Lacrosse Clinic for all K-5th grade girls, on Saturday, March 24, from 11am to 12pm. The clinic will be held on the Campo Grande field at Pinecrest (next to the Baseball Field) and will be led by Assistant Varsity Girls Lacrosse Coach, Lindsay Brinker. Coach Brinker played lacrosse at Chattahoochee High School and is a UGA graduate. She was a High School All-American and outstanding midfielder. Questions? Contact Varsity Girls Lacrosse Head Coach, Jillian DiFazio, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to PA 8th grader, Kate O'Rourke, for finishing as Runner-up (2nd place) in the Zone Competition of the Optimist Club Oratorical Contest! We are so proud of how far she went in this competition. First place went to a high school senior from Gainesville.
Today's the day everyone claims to be Irish! St. Patrick’s Day is March 17, in observance of the death of St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. What began as a religious feast day in the 17th century has evolved into a variety of festivals across the globe, celebrating Irish culture and the trinity with parades, special foods, and GREEN!
Here are some interesting facts about St. Patrick:
March 17th is when Patrick died. His holy day is the day of his death, and subsequent en...trance to heaven, rather than the day of his physical birth.
St. Patrick wasn't Irish, and he wasn't born in Ireland. Patrick's parents were Roman citizens living in modern-day England.
St. Patrick was a slave. At the age of 16, he was kidnapped by Irish raiders who took him away and sold him as a slave.
Learn more by clicking below! And Happy St. Patrick's Day!