The Paideia varsity boys' soccer team are the 1A state champions. The team defeated Atlanta International School 2-0 at Mercer University Saturday.
104 students in the class of 2017 attend over 60 different colleges and universities.
Griffin McCauley set a new school record on his run to become the state champion in the 1600 meter for the second year in a row. McCauley also won silver in the 800 meter. In the girls' 3200, Jordan Walter won silver and Sophia West won bronze. In the boys' 3200, Alec Tubbs was fifth and Elijah McCauley was seventh. Jordyn Borne was sixth in the 100-meter dash and the 300-meter hurdles. Vincent Knight was eighth in the 300-meter hurdles.
The Paideia girls' ultimate team finished second the annual three-day tournament that features top-ranked teams from around the country. The boys' ultimate team finished third.
The varsity boys' tennis team is the runner-up in the state championship. The team lost in the finals to Stratford Academy on May 12.