Frequently Asked Questions
Some of the important topics you need to know to survive your child’s first year of high school is carefully described in this survival guide! Before embarking on your journey with your child, please read the information below!
Go to www.edline.net. Each child and parent is assigned their own username and password to login. Students receive it the first week of school. Parents receive it at Parent Orientation.
Monthly newsletters are sent home by mail detailing upcoming events. The monthly calendar is posted on Edline. Also on Edline, the class counselors and class moderators post important information and upcoming events.
You may contact the teachers using (a) the direct e-mail link through Edline or simply e-mail them directly. All e-mails are set up using the teacher’s initial of the first name, the full last name @ pacehs.com. For example, John Smith would be email@example.com or (b) they can also be contacted by leaving a message for them in the main office. The quickest way to reach them is via e-mail.
Go to www.viewmyschedule.com, search for Pace High School and find an updated calendar of games and practices. Information is available in a combined calendar or by sport.
To get involved in our many events, substitute or to help in the clinic, contact the advancement office at ext. 212. Please note that all volunteers will need to undergo a complete background check.
Call ext. 211 to report an illness. To take your child out of school early, you must come to the dean’s office and sign them out.
Call ext. 211 in case of an emergency.
No. The activities fee includes your child’s yearbook. Your child will receive one at the end of the school year.
Students are required to attend 2 retreats in order to graduate if they start at Pace as freshmen. Students who transfer in are required 1 retreat.
All students are required to complete 75 hours of community service by March of their Junior (11th grade) year.
Yes. Most colleges and universities are looking for students who demonstrate initiative and maturity. This is displayed through the child’s willingness to give back to the community through involvement and participation. This also fosters a sense of belonging which is very important for teenagers today. Each club has an Edline page that can be accessed via the Activities link found on the Edline home page.