Pace Academy
966 West Paces Ferry Road    
Atlanta, Georgia  30327  
Private/Independent School
Coed Day k 12 1100 students


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Employer Website: http://paceacademy.org
Employer Description
We are Pace. In 1958, an interfaith group of community leaders envisioned a stimulating learning environment open to fresh ideas and debate. From their vision, Pace Academy was born. We’d like to think that our school community today is exactly what our founders had in mind.  With 1085 students in Pre-First through 12th grade and a 9:1 student-teacher ratio, Pace focuses on developing each child’s passions and strengths through academics, athletics and the arts. But we also understand that education today is more complicated than the three As; it’s about providing global perspectives in the classroom and an integrated experience before and after the bell rings.  That’s why we emphasize Judeo-Christian values and why building character is at the heart of everything we do. Pace students, guided by our outstanding faculty and staff, develop a deep understanding of the world and the people around them. Our graduates want to be successful, and they realize that true success means making a positive difference.  Because of our founders’ ability to THINK BIG, we now create prepared, confident citizens of the world who do the same. 

To create prepared, confident citizens of the world who honor the values and legacy of Pace Academy. 

We create success through partnership with parents, students and faculty. 
We are dedicated to developing the whole child. 
We have respect for others and their unique ideas and beliefs. 
We have pride in our accomplishments and our heritage. 

To Have the Courage to Strive for Excellence.

Pace Academy has dual accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS).
Diversity Mission Statement
At Pace Academy, we believe that a diverse, equitable and inclusive learning environment is key to a quality education, and that cultural fluency and compassion are necessary components of creating prepared, confident citizens of the world. We are dedicated to developing the whole child. We respect others and their unique ideas and beliefs. Our commitment to a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture is reflected in a community in which our differences are embraced, and students, parents and faculty have a sense of belonging.