Pinecrest News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Five Ways Uniforms Benefit Children

    Mr. Carter Mayville, Middle School Dean of Students

    “They stifle student expression.” 
    “We're trying to make cookie-cutter kids.” 
    “They're tacky.”  

    Over the years, I've heard all the criticisms for school uniforms, both as a teacher and now, more loudly than ever, as Dean of Students in the Middle School of a Catholic school.
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  • Five Students Honored at Tip-Off Club Banquet

    The Forsyth County Tip Off Club hosted an awards banquet Monday, March 18, 2019, and Pinecrest Academy was well represented!
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  • Kindergarten Circus Develops Skills for Life

    A beloved tradition at Pinecrest Academy is Kindergarten Circus, a lively performance which has taken place each spring since 1993. Students are transformed into lions, tigers, clowns, dancers, gymnasts, and ringmasters, and then take the stage to perform live in front of parents, grandparents, siblings, students, faculty and staff.
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  • Pinecrest Named Best of Forsyth for Fifth Year

    Pinecrest Academy was named “Best Private School” for the fifth consecutive year, in the Forsyth County News annual “Best of” contest.
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  • 5 Ways to Help Your Preschool Child Develop a Relationship with God

    Mrs. Dolores Satriano, PreK3 Teacher
    As a PreK teacher, I have often been asked, “How can I, as a parent, help my child develop a relationship with God?“ This is a vitally important question. The answer to this question will likely serve as your child’s faith foundation and does not involve one perfect answer. Rather, as a result of my experience, I have found that when establishing an initial relationship between your child and God, there are a combination of activities that, when practiced, will inspire your child to try to get to know God better.
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