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  • Pace Athletes/Coaches Show OUT

    The Pensacola News Journal gives a complete list of the 2022 all-area athletes for weightlifting, flag football, lacrosse, tennis, track and field, softball and baseball. We have highlighted OUR Patriots below: Weightlifting: Co-Weightlifter of the Year: Ty Wise All-Area Team: Jayson Alford, Maison Richardson, Ty Wise Flag Football: Player of the Year-Offensive Player of the Year: Amaya Pablo Defensive Player of the Year: Aryana Hughes Newcomer of the Year: Ashten Dickerson Coach of the Year: Coach Raggard All-Area Team (Offense): Amaya Pablo, Lucy Gongwer, Ava Wheaton, Shelby Crooks, Ashten Dickerson All-Area Team (Defense): Aryana Hughes, Emily Neal, Berkleigh Jernigan, Kaylie Johnson, Ashten Dickerson 2nd Team (Offense): Becca Ryan, Berkleigh Jernigan 2nd Team (Defense): Destiny Reyes-Downes, Ava Wheaton Track and Field: Co-Athlete of the Year: Ava Grace Wheaton All-Area Team (Boys): 4x100 Team (Jacquavian Moore, Blakely Tyer, Levi Martin, Xakery Wiedner), 4x400 Team (Xakery Wiedner, Zac Johnson, Blakely Tyer, Gavin Schulte) All-Area Team (Girls): 800 m - Alyssa Clark, Discus - Rylee Henderson, Javelin - Ava Wheaton Softball: Co-Pitcher of the Year: Jayden Heavener Hitter of the Year: Shelby McKenzie All-Area Team: Jayden Heavener, Riley Forbes, Shelby, McKenzie, Marlee Middleton, Cara Willis, Emma Turner 2nd Team: Lexie Shelby Baseball: Player of the Year/Pitcher of the Year: Walter Ford Newcomer of the Year: Tanner Sauls Coach of the Year: Coach McBride All-Area Team: Walter Ford, Jackson McKenzie, Tanner Sauls, Broc Parmer Second Team: Alex McCranie Congratulations Patriots! You make us proud.

  • STATE BOUND: Baseball Advances as Regional Champs

    With packed-out stands cheering them on, pitchers Walter Ford, 12, and Tanner Sauls, 10, led the Patriots to victory Tuesday night against the University High Titans. They came out of the win as Region 1-6A champions. While the teams were evenly matched on paper, the Patriots held the Titans to zero runs while managing to put two runs on the board themselves. Andrew Krevatas, 12, and Brent Cadenhead, 12, led the team's offense in the fourth inning, scoring two runs on one hit with the help of Austin Starkie, 11, and Landon Rogers, 12. The team's excellent defense allowed them to hold on to their lead for the remainder of the game. Their victory ensured their spot in the state playoffs in Ft. Myers later this week. One of only four teams out of 2,227 high schools in Florida to earn a spot in the tournament, the Patriots won the No. 1 seed in the state. They will play Friday morning at 9am CST against No. 4 seed Melbourne. Follow along at @baseball_pace on Twitter for updates if you can't make it to the state tournament to watch our boys play! Photo Gallery from Tuesday's game against the University Titans is available HERE.

  • 2022 Senior Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet

    Each year, Pensacola Sports recognizes the top senior student-athletes in each sport from Escambia and Santa Rosa Schools. The banquet was held Tuesday, May 10 at Olive Baptist Church. We want to congratulate our Pace High School winners: UWF Scholarship Avery Miller, Pace High School The University of West Florida awarded this student with a $1,500 scholarship. Multi-Sport Award by Team SuperStar Aiden Bolton, Pace High School Team Super Star awarded these two individuals each with a $500 scholarship. Pensacola State College awarded individual sports winners with a one-year renewable scholarship. The individual sports winners are: Baseball: Broc Parmer, Pace High School Boys Golf: Brent Bradley, Pace High School Girls Swimming: Landry Hadder, Pace High School Wrestling: Aiden Bryan, Pace High School CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR WINNERS!

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  • PHS | Report An Absence

    YOUR ABSENCE HAS BEEN SUBMITTED. YOUR ABSENCE HAS BEEN SUBMITTED. Please complete to report absence or request check in/check out. Type of Absence Absence Check Out Check In Parent/Guardian Email Student Name Details Time for Check In/Check Out Send

  • Pace High School

    THE 22/23 year IS HERE! COVID 19 INFORMATION Current Florida Guidelines DOE Covid-19 Flow Chart If absent due to Covid-19 please contact your teachers through TEAMS each day for instruction. Laptops are available for students. Please let Student Services know if you need one. Please communicate your absences with Student Services . For more information call the FLORIDA HEALTH COVID LINE at 1 (866) 779-6121 IMPORTANT LINKS SCHOOL MEALS MENU APPLY FOR FREE MEALS IMPROVEMENT PLAN SRCSD ​ SCHOOL DISTRICT WEBSITE DISTRICT NEWSLETTER (07/22) BOARD ZONING CHANGES TRANSPORTATION WEATHER STEM LIVE WEATHER SCHOOL REPORT CARD SAFE STOP APP CURRENT HAPPENINGS UPCOMING SCHOOL BOARD CALENDAR SEMESTER 2 TESTING 21/22 PHS NEWS WPHS SRO UPDATE MAY'22 ROTC NEWS MAY'22 cumbiej Jun 28 Pace Athletes/Coaches Show OUT The Pensacola News Journal gives a complete list of the 2022 all-area athletes for weightlifting, flag football, lacrosse, tennis, track... cumbiej May 18 STATE BOUND: Baseball Advances as Regional Champs With packed-out stands cheering them on, pitchers Walter Ford, 12, and Tanner Sauls, 10, led the Patriots to victory Tuesday night... cumbiej May 13 2022 Senior Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet Each year, Pensacola Sports recognizes the top senior student-athletes in each sport from Escambia and Santa Rosa Schools. The banquet... Message from the Principal Education is our first priority, and together, we can make a difference in the lives of our students. We are proud of our school and the programs we offer. The administration, faculty, and staff are here to guide you every step of the way in order to make your Pace High School experience very positive and successful. ​ It is great to be a Pace Patriot and an honor to serve as your principal! Stephen Shell Pace High Alma Mater Give to thee our Alma Mater, memories fond and true Lasting love for Patriot colors: red, white and blue. Set your goals, and strive to meet them; conquer what will be. May God bless what you accomplish; let that be your plea. All hail to thee, Pace High! ​ Written by Sandy Head, Class of ’86

  • PHS | Activities & Clubs

    ACTIVITIES & CLUBS Anchor Club Sponsors: Mrs.Lambert Band Director: Phillip Michanowicz Associate Band Director: Victoria Donahoo Visit the Band Booster Website for more detailed student and parent information. Black Student Union Sponsor: Mrs. Wright Choir Sponsor: Mr. Peay ​ Creative Writing Sponsor: Mrs Penunuri ​ Meets Wednesday and Friday mornings at 8:15. Students gather to share ideas, work on creative writing projects, and get writing help if requested. FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sponsor: Coach K. Smith ​ Fellowship of student-athletes who desire to encourage and be encouraged each week in their Christian walk. First Priority Sponsor: Mrs. Taylor ​ ​ Interact Club Sponsor: TBA ​ Community service club, sponsored by Rotary Club of Pace. Participate in fun, meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends. NAHS National Art Honor Society Sponsor: Mrs. Tracey ​ Must have 3.0 GPA and be enrolled in a higher-level art course. Fee: $20, which includes a t-shirt. Meet once/month and work at 3 events each term. Current activities include teacher posters, art shows, clay or art nights, and a large-scale drawing for PHS students to color in. NJROTC Navy Junior ROTC Sponsor: 1st Sgt. John Baker, USMC (Ret.) and Commander Patrick Vegeler . ​ ​ Patriot Ambassadors Sponsor: TBD ​ ​ Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30. Students will serve as tour guides and welcome new students to Pace. Applications may be obtained outside Rm. 34, and students will be trained on how to be an Ambassador before conducting tours. Robotics Club Sponsor: Mrs. Zanca ​ ​ Robotics consists of different teams that work together and compete against other high schools. Meetings held Tuesdays and Thursdays at both 8:00-9:00 and 3:30-4:30 (come to both or just one). This club is only active in the Fall, leading up to a competition in late October. SGA Student Government Association Sponsor: Mrs Claudia Cassevah Congratulations to the 22/23 SGA members! Theater Sponsor: Mrs Valerie Wright WPHS Sponsor: Mrs. Cassevah Congratulations to the 22/23 WPHS Members! Asian Student Union Sponsors: TBD The Asian Student Union (ASU) is here to promote Asian culture through our biweekly meetings on our PHS campus and community service events. Our goal is to connect students who are interested in Asian culture, provide a place to share our personal experiences, discuss current topics centered around the Asian community, and learn to give back with our talents and resources. ASU is open to all students here at PHS. BETA Club Sponsors: Mrs. White Chess Sponsor Mr. Holland ​ Wednesday 3:30 to 4:30. Color Guard Director: Rebecca Belveal ​ ​ Dungeons & Dragons Sponsor: Mrs Penunuri ​ Meets Thursday mornings at 8:00. Learn to play D&D, create characters, participate in one-shot missions, breakout rooms, and more. Film Sponsor: Ms. Cassevah ​ Students interested in any aspects of filmmaking are welcome. No experience required, and you do not have to be enrolled in WPHS. Meets at 8:15 on Tuesdays in Rm. 25. GSA Gay Straight Alliance Sponsor: Mrs. Ray ​ Open to any student in the LGBTQ+ community or those wanting to be an ally for those in the community. Jazz Education Network Sponsor: Mr. Michanowitz ​ Pace High School is home to the largest JEN Chapter in the USA! Membership is open to any member of the Pace High School Band or Choir Program. Students do not need to be currently enrolled in a Jazz Ensemble class in order to be a member of the JEN Chapter. Students will be required maintain at least a 2.0 GPA and are expected to be active participants in Pace HS sponsored JEN events throughout the school year. The annual dues are $20 National Honor Societ (NHS) Sponsor: Mr. Raggard ​ Must be a junior or senior, have 3.5 GPA and enrolled in at least 2 Honors or above classes. Fee is $20/year. Attend one meeting a month and participate in community service activities. Three meetings are offered each month (in conjunction with Beta). Odyssey of the Mind Sponsor: Ms. Clark ​ Odyssey of the Mind is a creative thinking program, where students with a diverse range of interests and strengths work together, thinking “outside the box” to solve problems. The team will participate in a regional competition in February, with the state competition in April. Patriot Wildlife Conservation Club (PWCC) Sponsor: TBD ​ ​ Mission is to educate people about all types of wildlife and remove the stigma about wildlife that many people fear. Potential field trips include zoo, beach clean-up, wildlife centers, etc. Spanish Honor Society Sponsor: Mrs. Ramirez ​ ​ Students must have completed at least 3 semesters of Spanish and have a 3.0 GPA. They can join and be inducted to club Spring of Spanish II. Students will earn service hours through the Spanish Department. SWAT Students Working Against Tobacco Sponsor: Mr. Bienkowski SWAT is made up of middle school and high school students from across the state of Florida who have decided to take a stand against an industry that kills more than 480,000 Americans annually and more than 8,000,000 people world-wide every year. SWAT is open to all students and will meet 8:00-9:00 every 2nd and 4th Friday. Tri-M Music Honor Society Must be sophomore or above; maintain 3.0 GPA; have 2 years of membership (can include current year) in either auditioned choral ensemble, Wind Ensemble, or Symphonic Band; and participate in music or performance outside of normally scheduled school ensembles. Yearbook (Liberator) Sponsor: Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Cumbie . Preferred Name Request Form New YB Student Application Returning YB Student Application

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