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Asheville School App Camp Expands; Introduces Augmented Reality Programming

Asheville School's App Camp is underway; instructors Charles Long and Bob Williams help campers build an understanding of Swift, Apple's open source programming language. This year, they are also teaching Apple's ARKit, a brand new augmented reality coding software that enables developers to create apps that integrate with device cameras to overlay interactive digital animations with the real world.

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Richard Baek 2017 Published in Concord Review

An essay by Asheville School senior Richard Baek has been accepted for publication in The Concord Review, a prestigious academic journal that showcases excellent research papers written by secondary school students.

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Students Win Ethics Essay Contest

Asheville School seniors Ben Adair, Liz Campbell, and Cordelia Gaupo were three of the four winners of the 2017 Junior Achievement Business Ethics Luncheon essay contest. The contest is open to area high school students and winning essays are named in four separate categories.

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Asheville School Lacrosse Players Selected for All-Star Teams

Asheville School seniors Mitchell Frisch and Sarah Jane "SJ" Kline have been selected to play on North Carolina high school lacrosse exhibition teams which showcase the best high school senior lacrosse players in the state. Frisch has been invited to play in the Bull City All Star's Cullen Classic for Cancer. Kline has been selected to play in the Girls NC Senior Showcase.

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Students Nominated for WNC Sports Awards

Rachel Kuehn '19, Abby Kriegler '19, Rashad Morrison '17, and the boys swim team have been invited to the May 7 Western North Carolina Sports Award Banquet hosted by the Mountain Amateur Athletic Club.

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2017 Asheville School Shakespeare Recitation

Congratulations to Nathan Alleyne '18, who has been named the winner of Asheville School's annual Shakespeare Recitation competition, a school tradition that now goes back more than 30 years.

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