The World Youth Day cross and icon visited Msgr. Edward Pace High School around mid-day Aug. 22 for a prayer rally.
Spartans In The News
Vanessa Perez-Robles, an 11th grader at Msgr. Edward Pace High School, has been accepted into the Yale University Young Global Scholars Program, which will take place this summer on the university’s campus in New Haven, Connecticut.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School’s (Pace) senior David Barbier has returned home after a 12-day trip to West Africa’s Republic of Ghana with the Nyah Project Fellowship.
Monsignor Pace head coach Tom Duffin sat proudly with five of his players at the post-game press conference on Saturday afternoon following the Spartans stirring come-from-behind 10-4 win over Jacksonville Bolles in the 5A state title game.
Armand Del Castillo, a Msgr. Edward Pace High School senior, continued a great Spartan tradition by signing his Letter of Intent to play basketball for Washington College.
Msgr. Edward Pace High School celebrated the success of three student athletes as wrestler Alexander Perez signed a Letter of Intent with Missouri Baptist University while basketball star Destiny Wilson and tennis star Josvany Lesende signed Letters of Intent with St. Thomas University.
Monsignor Edward Pace High senior Destiny Wilson was named Flag Football Player of the Year last week at the 2016 Miami Herald's All-Dade Athletic Awards at Jungle Island.
Monsignor Edward Pace High baseball coach Tom Duffin was named 6A-2A Baseball Coach of the Year last week at the 2016 Miami Herald's All-Dade Athletic Awards ceremony at Jungle Island.
Hundreds of students were honored for their academic prowess in each subject area and in each Signature Academy Class. Two students from each grade received trophies for Best All-Around, Service to School & Community, and the Spartan Pride Awards.
Students from fifth through eighth grade learned about science, technology, engineering, and math at Monsignor Edward Pace High School's second annual Spartan STEM Boot Camp on May 14.
Six students from Monsignor Edward Pace High School will be running in the FHSAA Cross Country State Championships in Tallahassee on November 7.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School's girls varsity volleyball team has seen great success under head coach Markia Brown-Seetal, winning the district championship in 2014.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School senior Mattias Wettergren and junior John Hopkins played in the Class 1A Region 8 tournament at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne on October 20.
Road trip! That's what 21 juniors at Msgr. Edward Pace High School did at the beginning of October, as they visited six Florida universities to get a preview of their college options.
The award-winning cheerleading squad at Monsignor Edward Pace High School has another set of trophies to add to its mantle after placing first among 11 other South Florida high schools and winning the Overall Spirit and Leadership awards at the Universal Cheerleaders Association Camp Championship at Nova Southeastern University from July 22 through 25.
The Rev. Bryan Garcia, 26, a Miami native who graduated from Immaculate Conception School and Msgr. Edward Pace High School. His home parish is Immaculate Conception, Hialeah. Archdiocese of Miami.
During the Relay for Life event, the students will participate in an overnight community fundraising walk, in which teams of people will camp out around a track and members of each team take turns walking around the track.
Monsignor Pace High student Adam Ruiz and Florida Christian student Faith Vasquez were named the male and female winners of the 29th annual Miami Lakes Optimist Club-Roland Gomez Scholarship Award during a ceremony at Miami Lakes Middle School.
D'Andre was chosen to be one of the students attended the eighth annual Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey and Essence magazine last weekend at Walt Disney World Resort.
Overseen by Literary Guild moderator and Pace English teacher Katherine Palacio, the unique event provided a platform for Pace students to sing, read their own written poetry, perform standup comedy and spoken word, and play instruments.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School's Starlettes Danceline spent two weekends in February winning two Grand Championship titles at separate dance competitions.
Twelve members of Msgr. Edward Pace High School's Class of 2015 have been accepted into the University of Florida.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School's JV and varsity baseball players traded their uniforms for dress shirts and fancy shoes at the 13th Annual Pace Baseball Banquet on February 7.
After closing out last year with a popular production of the musical "In the Heights," Monsignor Edward Pace High School's Drama students were puzzled when they found out that their Winter 2015 production would be the 1943 musical "Oklahoma!"
On February 6, Monsignor Edward Pace High School hosted its annual Career Day where 50 career professionals spoke with current Pace students. Among these visitors was U.S. Congresswoman and Florida Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School cheerleaders and Danceline Starlettes performed on the court of the American Airlines Arena at the Miami Heat's game against the New York Knicks on February 9.
In a classroom at Monsignor Pace High School, seven Pace seniors are curiously out of uniform, instead clad in black polos from Barry University.
Fans of Monsignor Edward Pace High School basketball have had a lot to enjoy over the past few weeks, as both the boys and the girls basketball teams have carried their successes from the regular season into district and regional tournaments.
Students from Msgr. Edward Pace High School headed to Washington D.C. from Jan. 11 to Jan. 16 for Close Up, an educational experience for high school students to learn more about how the federal government and the nation's capital operates.
After stepping down as coach of the Monsignor Pace football team eight seasons ago, Joe Zaccheo announced Tuesday he will return to the Spartans' sideline next season following the sudden and unexpected resignation of Mario Smith last week.
Led by moderator Stephanie Hibbard, Pace High School's Key Club took a Saturday morning trip to the FIU Biscayne Bay Campus to clean up trash for International Coastal Cleanup Day.
On Sept. 25, students from Pace's Academy for Emerging Computer Technologies chatted with Olina Helga Sverrisdottir, a 13-year-old coder from Iceland, in Pace's new Innovation Center. Sverrisdottir was a 2013 runner-up for the Digital Girl of the Year – Europe award.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School senior Steven Yildirim has kept himself busy and his college options open the past few months by attending conferences at MIT, Cornell University, and now John Hopkins University.
On September 4, Julke Llorens, Pace Class of 1964 alumnus, returned to Pace for a special Grandparents Day Mass and Breakfast. Julke is a part of Pace tradition as the first in a family where three generations have walked the halls of Pace High School.
Monsignor Pace High School students Matthew Arrojas, Lucas Garcia, and Daniel Gonzalez went up to Tallahassee over the summer to learn about state government through the Boys State program.
Monsignor Pace High School students, alumni, and their families came together for last month's Sixth Annual Spartan Fishing Tournament at La Siesta Resort in Islamorada. Guests, guides, and sponsors turned up for the tournament on August 22-23 on 30 boats and over 140 anglers.
The brutality and ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Syria including the murder of two American journalists this summer has stirred Pace faculty and students to ask: "What can I do?".
Class of 2014 alumni Brittani Garcia and Christy Pina went on their first mission to Haiti through Amor en Acción. They helped out in Mole Saint Nicolas and were joined by campus minister Andres Novela.
Pace held its first-ever Geek Week summer camp from June 16 to June 20 for middle and high school students who wanted learn about coding, programming, computers, and technology.
For the fourth straight year, Monsignor Edward Pace High School sent students to the University of Notre Dame in Indiana for Notre Dame Vision, a Catholic leadership conference for high school students.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School senior Jamie Adelson got the opportunity to work with professional playwrights when she was awarded the CityWrights Scholars scholarship and attended City Theatre's CityWrights Professional Weekend for Playwrights from June 26 to June 29.
Student Affairs director Eduardo Flor was named Senior High Coordinator of the Year at the OneBlood Blood Drive Awards Luncheon on May 9. Leadership students also received a monetary award for college in honor of their service.
Students from Pace and other schools took part in Pace's annual summer drama camp from June 9 to June 20. Students learned acting and musical theater skills in workshops led by drama teacher Cristina Pla-Guzman.
Pace junior Brian Rodriguez was named as a youth commissioner for Miami-Dade County's District 13. Brian, the son of Miami Lakes Councilmember Rodriguez, will be advising the county government on youth issues.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School celebrated its 51st graduation ceremony May 23rd in the Miami Dade County Auditorium. Among all of the graduates, family members, faculty, and friends, the seniors were recognized for their academic achievements.
Dimitri Wolff, graduating senior from Monsignor Edward Pace High School, has received the Gates Millennium Scholarship award, one of only 1,000 nationally selected students.
tudents from Monsignor Edward Pace High School's Computer Programming organization competed in Florida's 24th Congressional District, the first annual Congressional Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academic Competition also known as "The House STEM App Challenge."
Pace head basketball coach Anthony Serro named 4A-2A 2014 Coach of the Year
It was at the bottom of the pile of college letters. When Miami Lakes resident and Monsignor Edward Pace senior Nicholas Fernandez opened the envelope, he joined an exclusive group of students that have been honored as a National Merit Scholarship Program recipient.
Monsignor Edward Pace High School's drama club recently performed In the Heights during a three-night performance schedule totaling over 1,300 audience members, breaking records for the most-attended performance.