Pace High School (Florida)
|Pace High School|
4065 Norris Road |
Pace, Florida 32571
|School district||Santa Rosa County School District|
|School color(s)||Red, white, and blue|
|Sports||Baseball, football, soccer, tennis, cross country, basketball, track, softball, golf, swimming, wrestling|
|Team name||The Patriots|
Pace High School is a public high school located in Pace, Florida, Santa Rosa County, Florida, United States. It was established in 1972 with 240 students, and now accommodates over 2000 students. Pace High School belongs to the Santa Rosa County School District.
Sports, band, drama, clubs, and honor societies are some of the extracurricular activities students can use to round out their high school experience. An active NJROTC program offers opportunities for young men and women interested in careers in the Navy and other branches of military service.
Pace High School is involved in school-based decision making and has utilized teacher committees to determine and implement decisions that affect the overall school program. One such program that a teacher/administrator committee initiated is the 4x4 block schedule that began with the 1995-1996 school year, allowing students to advance studies at a faster pace.
Pace High School is notable for being the subject of a religious freedom lawsuit from the ACLU.
- "PACE HIGH SCHOOL". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 25, 2018.
- "ACLU Files Lawsuit to Protect Religious Freedom of Florida High School Students". American Civil Liberties Union. 27 August 2008. Retrieved 2 August 2016.