Pace Academy recently celebrated its 25th anniversary of “Light One Candle,” a holiday program in which students present Hanukkah and Christmas stories.

On Dec. 16 and 17, Pace lower school students took the school’s Fine Arts Center stage to portray angels and historical figures and to sing and tell the holiday stories.

Pace Academy’s first-grade students portrayed historical figures in “Light One Candle,” a retelling of the Hanukkah and Christmas stories.
Pre-First students (left to right) Carys Allen, Keiden Brown and Audrey Jordan prepare to perform in their first Pace Academy holiday program.
Pace Academy fifth-grader Davis Rice was a narrator in “Light One Candle,” the school’s annual holiday program
Pace Academy first-grader Andy Levenson portrayed a shepherd in the “Light One
Hiruni Manawadu and her Pre-First classmates were angels in Pace Academy’s 25th annual holiday program.
Pace Academy first-grader Eloise McDonald as the Christmas story’s star of Bethlehem

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