Campus Life News

Posted on Tuesday, July 21, 2020
We know there will be many questions and we have developed this section to help answer those. If you have additional questions, please submit them to and we will add them to these FAQs. As we know, this is a rapidly changing situation. We are answering to the best of our ability at this time. As things progress, answers may change. We will continue to post questions and answers here, with the newest information at the top.  ---UPDATED 9/24/2020, 3:45 P.M.--- In August the... Read More
Posted on Monday, June 29, 2020
Congratulations to recent graduate Joey Tarnowski who finished 17th overall in the country in Lincoln-Douglas debate at the Online National Speech and Debate Tournament. Since 1931 the tournament has brought together thousands of middle and high school students to the largest academic competition in the world to debate current events, voice their views, and share their stories. Joey will compete next year for Samford University. Congratulations on an outstanding career debating for St. Pius X!
Posted on Thursday, June 25, 2020
June 25, 2020 Dear St. Pius X Catholic School Community, A letter was sent to our community on June 2 addressing the need to confront racism and the many long-standing injustices experienced by people of color.  We are writing to you today to reiterate our commitment to imitate Christ and combat racism with love and action here at St. Pius X. We recognize that the first step of many is to continue to listen. We are aware of the social media posts and other channels bringing to light issues... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, June 10, 2020
The Office of Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Atlanta recently shared the news that Archbishop Gregory Hartmayer, OFM Conv., has announced that Mr. Harry "Hal" Plummer has been named Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Atlanta. He will replace Dr. Diane Starkovich when she retires on June 30. Per the letter shared by the Archbishop, Mr. Plummer comes with 40 years of experience in education, including work as a parish catechetical leader, teacher, principal and... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Please click here to view the statement released by Archbishop Hartmayer on May 30, 2020 in the Georgia Bulletin. 
Posted on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Dear St. Pius X Family, One of the great strengths of this school since its inception has been its strong combination of faith and family. At the senior event held last evening, I was once again reminded of that fact when many of our seniors displayed on their cars slogans of support for the black community and messages of concern for the issues of racism facing our nation. Many of the slogans expressed the need for social justice and the dignity of each person. I thought to myself, "How the... Read More
Posted on Monday, April 27, 2020
During these difficult times, we wanted to create a space for the Class of 2020 to feel connected, loved, appreciated, and important.  Class of 2020, this page will be a place for you to reflect on your time as a Golden Lion.  Record your thoughts, your feelings, stories you want to share, messages to your fellow classmates, what you miss, a St. Pius X memory that you will never forget, etc. This web page dedicated to the Class of 2020 will be updated like an ongoing journal entry for you to... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Good Evening, I would like to begin by thanking Mr. Spellman, Mr. Barwick, and Mrs. Sedlack for this opportunity. My name is Hailey Miller and I am a senior here at St. Pius X. You may recognize me as the girl who tap dances in our musicals or the girl who paints her face and yells into a mic at every football game or you may not recognize me at all. But the big thing people do not know about me is that I am a competitive Ice Skater. Although this is an outside of Pius activity, it is a huge... Read More
Posted on Thursday, March 26, 2020
We understand this may be a time of anxiety for some of you as we all learn to adjust to this new normal for the next couple of weeks. Please know that we continue to be available to you via email should you need anything.   Additionally, we wanted to share some tips on how to manage all the unknowns and uncertainties we are currently facing.  1. Anxiety: Know that it is normal and expected to feel anxious. Or sad. That's ok. You don't have to try to stop feeling anxious or sad or any other... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Are you looking for a good book to read or listen to? One app, hundreds of eBooks and audiobooks from The Flannery O’Connor Library. The school’s collection of ebooks and audiobooks is also available to alumni, parents, leadership donors, and retired faculty and staff.  With Overdrive you can borrow ebooks and audiobooks from our library anywhere, anytime with your smart device or computer. To get access, just answer four questions  here:  Your information will get... Read More


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