Mount Pisgah Christian School has hired Mike Shaheen as its new assistant athletic director and varsity baseball coach, adding a three-time State Championship-winning coach to the Patriots’ growing athletic staff. Shaheen has served as interim assistant AD and assistant baseball coach at Mount Pisgah since January. He will replace Kent Harrison as baseball coach for 2017-18, while Harrison will remain as the school’s Athletic Director. In the fall, Shaheen, who grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts, and led his high school football team to a state title as a quarterback, will also serve as head football coach for Mount Pisgah’s Middle School team. READ MORE.
MOUNT PISGAH ADDS RYAN LIVEZEY AS ASSISTANT HEAD FOOTBALL COACH
Mount Pisgah Christian School has hired veteran coach and school administrator Ryan Livezey as its new assistant head football coach, adding the 2009 Region Coach of the Year to the Patriots coaching staff. Livezey, who spent the past 14 years as head football coach at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School after establishing its football program in 2003, will work alongside Mount Pisgah head coach Mike Forester at the Johns Creek school. READ MORE.
SOPHOMORE ANDREW SAWYER FEATURED IN ART EXHIBIT
Mount Pisgah sophomore Andrew Sawyer is exhibiting his artwork at the Anne O Art gallery in Buckhead. Andrew is featured as a Student Artist as part of the gallery's "BLOOM where you are planted" exhibit, which will run until April 25. In addition to being a student at Mount Pisgah, Andrew is president of our Media Club, is a member of the swim team and works part-time as a design intern at Digital Scientists in Alpharetta. To see some of Andrew's work on display at the gallery, go here.
Mount Pisgah Christian School has appointed Patrick Johnson, an Atlanta native who played under Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski for four years at Duke University, as the school’s new boys basketball coach. Johnson has assumed coaching responsibilities, effective immediately. READ MORE.
MOUNT PISGAH STUDENTS ENJOY SPELLING BEE SUCCESS
Mythili Kartik and Luke Marshall recently represented Mount Pisgah Christian School at the Georgia Independent School Association's regional spelling bee, held Feb. 9 at Cumberland Academy. Luke (6th grade) earned the top score in the school-level spelling bee, and Mythili Kartik (7th grade) earned the second-highest top score.
Malik Gay, a Mount Pisgah junior, has been awarded a 2016 Disney Summer of Service grant to expand the sport of lacrosse in the region. Youth Service America (YSA) and The Walt Disney Company, including Disney|ABC Television Group and Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media, teamed up to inspire kids and families to make a positive impact in their community. Disney Summer of Service grants offer young change-makers grants to gather their friends and turn creative ideas into projects that will positively impact their communities. National winners were awarded individual grants to implement their projects. In partnership with the Mount Pisgah Christian School athletic department, Malik will host a free lacrosse clinic at the school to introduce new students to the sport of lacrosse.
SENIOR LUCY LIU NAMED FINALIST FOR SIEMENS AWARD
Mount Pisgah senior Lucy Liu has been selected as a finalist in the prestigious 2016-17 Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology. The competition, administered by Discovery Education, was launched in 1999 by the Siemens Foundation and seeks to recognize and hopefully build a strong pipeline for the nation's most promising scientists, engineers and mathematicians. Learn more about the Siemens Award and the finalists, including Mount Pisgah's Lucy Liu.
JACKSON GRANT WINS SECOND-PLACE AWARD
Mount Pisgah junior Jackson Grant was recently awarded Second Place in the 14th Annual Georgia High School Writing Contest, presented by Georgetown Club of Metro Atlanta. Jackson will receive a scholarship check of $500 to be used for school-related expenses and will be formally recognized at the Georgetown Club of Metro Atlanta's Annual Winter Gala on Saturday, Jan. 7. In addition, junior Olivia Joyce was a finalist for the award. Congratulations to Jackson and Olivia!
VOLLEYBALL COACH LEAH LONGORIA SELECTED FOR THIRTY UNDER 30 AWARD
Mount Pisgah Varsity Volleyball coach Leah Longoria was recently selected by the American Volleyball Coaches Association to its inaugural list of Thirty Under 30 coaches in the nation.
In her first year guiding the Patriots, Longoria took a team that had gone 9-26 a year earlier and helped the same squad to a 31-5 record. Mount Pisgah finished in the second round of the GHSA state playoffs, marking the farthest the program has been in the postseason in school history. Mount Pisgah lost in the second round to the eventual 2016 State Finalists and the 2015 State Champions. Under Longoria, the Patriots finished in the top 24 in the state out of all seven divisions. Only two other 1A schools were in the top 25 -- the two state finalist teams. Before coming to Mount Pisgah, Longoria served as the Varsity assistant at Holy Innocents Episcopal School and won two back-to-back AA State Championships. Congratulations Coach Longoria!
JACK MCCONNELL SPEAKS TO CONGRESS
On Tues. Nov. 15, Mount Pisgah freshman Jack McConnell attended his second Senate meeting at the state Capitol in Atlanta for the proposing of a bill to mandate insurance coverage for hearing aids for children in Georgia. Hearing aids are currently not covered by insurance in Georgia. McConnell, who was born with bilateral sensory neural hearing loss and has worn hearing aids since 6 weeks old, founded 20/20 Hearing, a foundation which helps fund hearing care for children around the world. In recent years, McConnell has participated in mission trips to Peru, Africa and Nicaragua to fit hundreds of people with hearing aids. His foundation has shared the gift of hearing with those as young as 3-years-old and as old as 103!
MOUNT PISGAH STUDENT IN RUNNING FOR $100K SCHOLARSHIP
Three Johns Creek area high school students are semi-finalists in the 2016 Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology. Winners in the national contest will get a piece of $500,000 in scholarship money, including the two top prizes, each worth $100,000. READ MORE.
Four Questions with Mt. Pisgah Christian coach Mike Forester. The Atlanta Journal Constitution GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. READ MORE.
GOLF TEAMS FINISH STRONG AT REGIONALS
The Mount Pisgah's varsity girls golf team won the region tournament and are now on their way to the state tournament in Augusta! The girls finished first with a combined score of 175. Our top two girls were the top 2 in the region. Megan McGaughey was the low medalist with a score of 79 and Isabel Donnolo shot a 96. Congratulations to these hardworking athletes and their dedicated coaches Joan Delk and Nancy Noto. And, congratulations to the varsity boys golf team for a strong showing in the region tournament where they second with a combined score of 299. JonErik Alford had the round of the day shooting a 68. That was good enough to put him the a playoff for the guys low medalist. He was beaten on the 2nd playoff hole, but played strong and made our school proud! Connor McKinnon shot a 70, Davis Markham a 78, and Mathew Russell an 83. Read More.
REGINA TATE-LESLIE NAMED NEW GIRLS BASKETBALL HEAD COACH
Mount Pisgah Christian School is pleased to announce that the School's new varsity girls basketball head coach will be Regina Tate-Leslie. Over eight seasons, she led Pace Academy basketball teams to more than 20 wins per season, Final Four appearances, Elite Eight appearances, Sweet 16 appearances and the championship game of the Georgia State Tournament, where her team finished as the state runner-up. Tate-Leslie will also join the upper school science faculty and holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, a master’s degree in education from American Intercontinental University and a master’s degree in sport psychology and performance enhancement from the University of the Rockies. READ MORE.
STUDENTS TO PLAY COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Congratulations to the latest Mount Pisgah Christian School student athletes to commit to playing collegiate athletics. Connor Richey will play football at Davidson College and Justin Gilvin and JR Cendoya will both play football for Berry College. We are proud of these dedicated student athletes and wish them great success as they embark on this new chapter in their lives. READ MORE
LEAH LONGORIA NAMED HEAD VOLLEYBALL COACH
Mount Pisgah Christian School is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Leah Longoria as the new head volleyball coach. Coach Longoria has a tremendous heart for the Lord, a passion for volleyball, and a clear vision for mentoring young ladies through the sport she loves. Coach Longoria is a graduate of Marist School in Atlanta where she was a member and Chaplain of the Varsity Volleyball team. She continued her education at Georgia State University where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in Advanced Composition and Rhetoric. READ MORE.
2015 GRADUATE FEATURED IN AREA NEWSPAPERS
2015 Mount Pisgah graduate Connor Ford, 18, is spotlighted in the Atlanta Business Chronicle and in the Johns Creek Herald in articles about Alpharetta's status as "one of the nation's up-and-coming technology hubs." An enterprising entrepreneur, Connor founded the tech start-up Spirit App while still a student at MPCS. The app provides a centralized tool for students to register for events and even allows the school to track participation for school spirit competitions. Connor chose to locate his business in Alpharetta's Innovation Center and said the Center is deigned to "boost tech in the area and help you in any way they can. I work closely with the CEO of ATC, Mark Hubbard, and he’s done everything in his power to make sure I’m connected to the people I need to know and just generally doing anything to help.” READ MORE in Atlanta Business ChronicleREAD MORE in Johns Creek Herald.
CELEBRATING FIRST RESPONDERS
It was an honor to celebrate our first responders during a special night at the Patriot Athletic Campus. On March 31, student-athletes, coaches, teachers, parents and many other members of the Mount Pisgah family joined together to appreciate the dedicated men and women who serve in the Johns Creek police and fire departments, as well as our outstanding civic leaders. Our special guests were welcomed on to Savior Field where they were thanked and appreciated by the crowd that was one hand for the Mount Pisgah versus Chattahoochee lacrosse game. Players were honored to shake their hands and thank each one for his or her service. Thank you to the many who serve and protect our community!
AN INSIDER'S LOOK INTO THE MARKETING WORLD
Senior economics students are currently focused on marketing, which is a project-based learning unit. This semester, students must propose a product, create a business and marketing plan - from designing a logo and slogan to creating a commercial to conducting market surveys and research - and then implement the strategies to try to sell their products. This week, students heard from guest speaker Betty Heigl, who was part of the team that created FleaTV. She discussed what it is like to create your own product and bring it to the market. Students appreciated Ms. Heigl bringing marketing to life for them. Natalie Walsh thought that the speaker was “very insightful.” She enjoyed hearing about what happens behind the scenes.
Rayven Brown appreciated Ms. Heigl discussing “how she was able to keep coming up with new ideas” and how she approached implementing these new ideas. READ MORE.
STEAM WEEK A HUGE HIT!
Mount Pisgah lower school students enjoyed a special emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math during STEAM week. The Lower School’s curriculum is designed to teach science, technology, engineering, art and math to all its students, and numerous cross-curricular activities that emphasized these topics occurred during STEAM Week. On Feb. 23, lower school students, parents and teachers gathered on South Campus for STEAM Night, where they enjoyed a variety of activities, including the ancient art of paper folding and coding. Students also enjoyed engineering activities such as MakerSpace, in which participants became scientists who had the opportunity to build a model of their transportation to solve an imaginary problem. READ MORE.
GUERRY PRESENTS PARENT UNIVERSITY
Mount Pisgah Christian School was pleased to welcome award-winning social media expert Richard Guerry to campus this week for an important Parent University: Public and Permanent.
Guerry discussed how parents could keep themselves and their families safe online and how to promote responsible online and cell phone communication. Attendees obtained solutions for preventing cyber bullying, inappropriate photos, irresponsible use of apps, poor social media behaviors and much more.
Guerry is the founder of the non-profit organization Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communication (www.iroc2.org). Public and Permanent is a multi-award winning program, and Guerry has appeared on CNN, Radio Disney, Parade Magazine and numerous other local, regional and international publications.
WINNERS NAMED FOR MPCS JURIED ART SHOW
In early fall, Diane Buffington, owner of Wild Hope Gallery in Alpharetta contacted the upper school visual arts department with an amazing opportunity for our students. She asked if we would like to participate in a juried art competition that she would host at her gallery. The offer was too good to pass up so upper and middle school art instructor Anita Hunter and I excitedly accepted. In the months that followed, Ms. Hunter worked closely with Ms. Buffington and members of the Office of Advancement, Pisgah Arts Parent Association (PAPA) and our upper school art club ArtREACH to plan for the show. All upper school students were invited to participate in the show through an online digital submission process. Senior Lindsey Odom, upper school art intern, diligently processed the work as it came in by creating a master document of both the student’s information and the work. READ MORE
PRESCHOOL OPENS NEW STEAM LAB
North Fulton’s future scientists, artists, inventors and scholars don’t have to wait until high school to begin making exciting discoveries, thanks to a new preschool STEAM lab that has opened at Mount Pisgah Christian School. On the very first day, children couldn’t wait to get their hands on the interactive learning tools available in the bright and inviting space. The STEAM lab is designed for project-based exploration of the interactions of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. These may seem to be lofty subjects for....READ MORE.
GAME-CHANGING UPGRADES AT THE PAC
When parents and fans arrive for track, baseball, soccer and lacrosse practices in the next few weeks, they will notice construction occurring in three areas of the Patriot Athletic Campus (PAC). The largest of these three projects is installation of an $850,000 state-of-the-art synthetic turf field. Fourteen families and the Patriot Club have joined together to lead this fundraising effort. To-date, $760,000 has been committed to the synthetic turf project. The Office of Advancement is seeking additional supporters to help raise the remaining $90,000 to complete installation and make Savior Field a crowning jewel. The School’s new synthetic turf field will feature CushionFall Sport, which is eco-friendly and takes safety further by encapsulating the recycled rubber crumb infill. This is a significant upgrade for our student-athletes. Our football and lacrosse players will play on a safer surface – not to mention a cooler, brighter and more attractive field. READ MORE
On Jan. 9, sophomore Rosa Kim and eighth grader James Wickline traveled to Houston County to participate in the final round of all-state band auditions, and both did an excellent job. James earned one of only two spots for baritone saxophone in Georgia’s Middle School All-State Band, and he will participate in the GMEA Middle School All-State Band weekend in Athens, Georgia on March 3–5. The Georgia Music Educators Association sponsors a District Honor Band and an All-State Band annually to showcase the most talented students in each district and in the state of Georgia. Students are selected for participation by an extremely competitive audition process. READ MORE
From Jan. 21–24, Mount Pisgah Christian School senior Elizabeth Dworkin and juniors Ethan Kirkegaard and Hannah Lee braved the cold, snow and schedule changes in order to participate in the University of Georgia’s annual January High School Band Festival (JanFest), held in Athens, Georgia. On Thursday, each student auditioned and then participated in all-day rehearsals on Friday and Saturday and morning rehearsals on Sunday morning. Despite disruptions caused by the weather, our students all performed tremendously in the Sunday afternoon concerts. READ MORE
STUDENTS TO BE FEATURED IN JURIED ART SHOW
The Wild Hope Art Gallery in Roswell is sponsoring INSPIRED!, a juried exhibition featuring the work of talented upper school artists from Mount Pisgah Christian School. The public is invited to the Opening Reception at the Gallery, 8470 Holcomb Bridge Road, in the Ellard Village Shopping Center on Sunday, Feb. 7 from 2–5 p.m. “I am always amazed at the astounding creativity of young artists. They bring a fresh perspective to their work and the subject matter is always unexpected,” said Gallery Director Diane Buffington.READ MORE.
From Jan. 14-15, upper school speech and debate students underwent a 24-hour silence project. This was a challenging task that required the students to exercise concentration, determination and self-control. Galatians 5:22-25 states that self-control is one of the fruits of the Spirit, and “since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.” The silence project emphasized the importance of nonverbal communication and created sacred spaces for students to pray, observe and, when necessary, communicate nonverbally. READ MORE
Senior Chase Clark was named to the 2015 High School Football All-Metro Team as a punter for North Fulton. Clark is no stranger to awards having earned multiple commendations, including the following recognition: 1st Team All-Region Kicker 2014, Special Teams Player of the Year 2014 and Special Teams Player of the Year Contestant 2014 for the North Fulton-Forsyth Touchdown Club. Mount Pisgah Christian School is proud of Chase's accomplishments, his dedication to his team and the countless hours of hard work and practice he has devoted to maximizing his potential as as powerful player and key leader for the team The Mount Pisgah Christian School varsity football team has enjoyed inspiring success in recent years , thanks to players such as Chase. The team reached the state semi-finals in the fall of 2013 after a record-breaking, undefeated regular season. READ MORE.
Over the weekend, five Mount Pisgah students auditioned for the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) All-State Orchestra, and all five were selected! More than 900 students from all over Georgia auditioned for these much sought-after positions, so this is a well-deserved honor for the following Mount Pisgah students: eighth grade violinist Alex Bae, 10th grade violinist Grace Chen, 11th grade violinist Lucy Liu and 12th grade violinists Sasha Popov and Conrad Venizelos. Prior to earning places in the All-State Orchestras, Alex and Lucy were required to pass an audition at the county level. Conrad, Grace and Sasha were exempted from the county auditions based on their participation in last year’s All-State Orchestra. READ MORE
SCHOOL HOSTS ANNUAL GISA CONFERENCE
Mount Pisgah Christian School hosted the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) annual conference Nov. 2. This year’s conference featured keynote speakers Tony Wagner, an expert in Residence at Harvard University’s Innovation Lab and John Rosemond a syndicated columnist and author and the nation’s leading parenting expert. Mount Pisgah’s Head of School John Marshall is the chairman of the GISA board. Marshall has served on the GISA board since 2005, as chair since this past July, 2015. He will serve a two-year term ending June 2017. READ MORE.
MPCS FEATURED IN ATLANTA MAGAZINE GUIDE
The reasons to seek a private school education are as varied as the children the schools serve. Whether it’s for academics, class size, discipline, or faith-based preference, every parent at some point looks at the buffet of public and private schools then decides what is best for their child. For Bonnie and Ty Miller of Johns Creek, that decision was made midway through the elementary years in public school. The school had stellar academics, but the Millers wanted an education beyond books and classwork. “We made the move to private school ten years ago when both our boys were in elementary school,” says Bonnie, who chose Mount Pisgah Christian School. “We were looking for...” READ MORE
SENIOR EARNS EAGLE SCOUT STATUS
Congratulations to senior Nick Poline on earning Eagle Scout status with the Boys Scouts of America. Nick is a member of Troop 629, sponsored by Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church. For his project, he designed and constructed an outdoor walking trail for Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center. READ MORE.
Today's students, part of the millenial generation of "digital natives" have been born into a new world, inundated with technology and immersed into a digital world of connectivity, gaming and social media. Because of this environment and the careers that students will soon face, synergy between technology and teaching is key. Stuednts need to master 21st century skills to be prepared to problem solve, create content and think critically in college and in the... READ MORE.
Johns Creek, Ga. – First year varsity volleyball coach Erin Ryser and her squad are primed and ready for a state playoff run. With round one of the tournament beginning tomorrow, you can toss the regular season records out the window. A new season begins, and the Patriots feel as good as any team about their chances. “I think they feel like anything is possible right now,” says Ryser of her girls. “They are coming off a big win and match that shows what they are capable of.” That match was a 2-0 region victory at Pinecrest Academy (19-16, 5-2) last Thursday, Oct. 8. READ MORE.
AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR PREPOSITION EDITION
Johns Creek, Ga. - This just in from an engaging Mount Pisgah 5th grade classroom, reporter (teacher) Jenny Duke files this report! "With just minutes of training, I set up and completed an obstacle course not to be forgotten. With inspiring music, think “Rocky,” “Eye of the Tiger,” the students witnessed history with the first ever American Ninja Warrior Preposition Edition course. 5th grade students used the inspiration to design a five-obstacle course of their own with every detail that was needed to make it both fun and challenging. READ MORE.
Johns Creek, Ga. - Golfers, don't miss the 2015 Patriot Club Golf Classic on October 12th at Country Club of the South. This event benefits the Mount Pisgah Christian School athletic program. This is an 18-hole shamble start tournament with a shotgun start at 10:00 am. Entry fee includes box lunch, dinner and awards banquet. Space is limited and teams are assigned on a first paid, first reserved basis. READ MORE.
We are excited to announce that for the fourth consecutive year Mount Pisgah Christian School faculty and staff have reached 100% participation in the Annual Fund! From the Head of School to our teachers and coaches to our facilities crew who keep our campus beautiful, Mount Pisgah Christian School's faculty and staff are sending a clear message to our community and outside organizations that support the School that we understand how important Annual Fund gifts are to Mount Pisgah, its present operations and its future. READ MORE.
8TH GRADER CONTINUES TO INSPIRE WITH HEARING AID WORK
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Eighth grader Jack McConnell believes he was "gifted with hearing loss to serve others." Learn more at this website: http://2020hearing.org/ Jack works tirelessly to share the gift of hearing with others . He had just fitted this young boy in Nicaragua with a hearing aid. Not only does Jack form a bond through the gift of hearing, but he is also able to share the gospel through the mission balls he gives them. Learn more about mission balls here: http://themissionball.com/ Jack's mom shared, "One little boy who received hearing aids told one of the audiologists, 'now the kids will want to play with me. I never had any friends because I couldn't hear anything and now I can AND I have a cool soccer ball to play with!'"
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Four years ago, when Trey Arnette took over as the head of middle school at Mount Pisgah Christian in Johns Creek, he immediately noticed something missing from the otherwise challenging and well-rounded curriculum. He looked at other independent and public middle schools in the area and saw they, too, were lacking what he viewed as a key educational component. “Recess was just not there anymore,” said Arnette. “So much is crammed into the academic day ...READ MORE.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Never miss a moment of the action when the Patriots take the field this fall for exciting varsity football! Access the school's page on the High School Sports Network. CLICK HERE. Once the page opens, click on "Sign In" (upper right) and take 15 seconds to sign up for your account. You're all set to watch the streaming video!
MPHSP SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Trudi Sundberg, a new Mount Pisgah ninth grader, is an exceptional student who has won many writing awards including first place for Fulton County (eighth grade) in the Georgia Young Authors Writing competition. She has also been recognized for outstanding community service. She was chosen for the D.A.R., (Daughters of the American Revolution) award, was the Most Outstanding TAG (Talented and Gifted) student honoree and won the citizenship award all three years of middle school. She plays piano and tennis and loves to read. She organized a neighborhood used book drive for the Christ Child Society of Atlanta to help children and adults to read and have a better understanding of the English language. READ MORE.
CLARK NAMED TO ALL-STATE TEAM
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Congratulations to Chase Clark who was selected to the Class A Preseason All-State Football Team as Kicker. During the 2014 football season, Chase kicked 8 field goals out of 10 attempts and he kicked 47 extra points out of 50 attempts. Chase had 21 kickoff touchbacks in 2014 as well. To date, Chase has a school record of 133 career kicking points. Chase was the 1st Team All-Region Kicker in 2014 and the Special Teams player of the year in 2014 for Mount Pisgah. READ MORE.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - For the past two seasons, Mount Pisgah's opponents had to deal with dual threat quarterback Aaron Winchester, who put up some eye-popping statistics and led the Patriots to a 20-5 record, three of the wins coming in the playoffs. Winchester passed for 4,227 yards as a junior and senior, rushed for 2,213 yards and accounted for 73 touchdowns, earning a football scholarship with the Georgia State Panthers. READ MORE.
TORONTO — Former Clemson player Billy Kennerly won the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship on Thursday, closing with a 2-under 70 at Weston Golf & Country Club for a six-stroke victory. The 22-year-old Kennerly, from Alpharetta, Georgia, finished at 12-under 275. He earned a spot next year in the PGA Tour's Canadian Open. "It's really nice to win, especially the Canadian Am," Kennerly said. "It's a huge tournament and a national championship is always nice. On top of that, to win where Arnold Palmer won his first tournament, that's really special and something I'll never forget...READ MORE.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Stenting Temporarily Unprotected by Platelet Inhibitor Drugs (an unplanned case study)
James W. Tyson and Jack P. Chen, M.d. University of Georgia, Northside Hospital Heart and Vascualr Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, excerpt from "Cath Lab Digest" A 64-year-old gentleman presented to the emergency department with 6 hours of intermittent substernal chest pressure associated with mild diaphoresis and dyspnea. His vital signs included blood pressure of 123/73mmHg and heart rate of 62, normal sinus rhythm. Electrocardiogram revealed subtle ST-elevation in lead aVL ....READ MORE
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - Paige Peterson a three-sport athlete (volleyball, basketball, and track) at Mt. Pisgah Christian School, broke her own Pisgah High School record for the triple jump at the Georgia Class A Private state track meet. Her jump of 35.07 feet was good enough for second place at the state championships.Peterson just learned the technique for triple jumping in April of 2014 when she finished No. 6 in the state. READ MORE.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Mount Pisgah High School senior John O'Connor has committed to attend and play football for Maritime College in New York City. O'Connor will major in Marine Transportation in the Coast Guard License program. O'Connor was a four year starter at linebacker and a three time All-Region selection. He was selected as the Black Lion Award winner for his team. He was also selected, and started at linebacker, for the Chamber Bowl All-Star Football game. READ MORE.