April's Alumni and Friends Art Show will feature 12 photographs taken by David Emigh 2005 during his tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan and the fine jewelry by Asheville School parent Lorraine Dickinson (wife of Gary Dickinson, Class of 1974 and mother of Meredith '14 and Hudson '17).
National Players, America’s longest running classical touring company, will perform Shakespeare's Macbeth in Asheville School’s Graham Theater on Thursday, January 30 at 7:15 p.m. as part of their 65th Annual Tour.
Only 10 percent of schools in the U.S. teach students how to code, and 33 of 50 states do not count computer-programming courses towards math or science high school graduation requirements — despite the fact that computer programming jobs are growing at twice the rate of the national average (code.org).
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s views on science—including his assertion that humankind’s moral and spiritual progress lags behind our scientific and technological progress—offer a starting point for an exploration of science and civil rights.
On Monday, January 20 (MLK Day), Asheville School will host an Open House for those students and families who are interested in Asheville School or generally want to learn more about the day or boarding experience.