Asheville School senior JP Schill is a scholar athlete who has had a strong multisport career for the Blues. Schill now has the chance to take his passion for football to the next level, having committed to play for Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.
On February 9, both the Asheville School Boys and Girls Varsity Swim Teams finished first in the CAA conference championship meet. On Monday, February 19, the Blues will travel to the Greensboro Aquatic Center to compete in the NCISAA state meet.
Kirina Shah '21 got a front row seat in the 2018 Fed Cup first round hosted in Asheville from February 10 and 11. She was one of 20 ball kids selected to help during the matches.
This winter, join the Asheville School Dramatic Society for a night of Shakespeare as they delve into Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor" February 22-24 in the Walker Art Center's Graham Theater.
Asheville School families, alumni and friends are invited to a pre-show reception in the Walker Art Center's John M. Crawford Gallery on Friday, February 23 beginning at 6 p.m. before the 7:15 p.m. showing of "The Merry Wives of Windsor." In order that we can better prepare for this evening in the way of parking, food, and seating, we request that you RSVP to Tammy Harward at email@example.com, or 828-254-6345, 4077.
The attire for the evening is Business Casual.
student faculty ratio
Students living on campus
We benefit from talented day students, but our student body is dominated by boarding students, and this concentration creates a vibrant, lively, and close-knit community that fosters the development of every student.Learn More
Accepting Our Recent Graduates
At Asheville School, we offer a rigorous college preparatory program. Many of our graduates are accepted to the most prestigious schools in the country. In fact, the majority of our recent graduates are attending colleges and universities that Barron's rates as “highly selective" and “most selective."Our 5 Year College List
"Asheville School prepares kids for life. If the kids take it seriously and really try, it creates in them a sense of life skills early on that will carry them through college and the workplace.Gary Dickinson, Class of 1974
Father of Meredith 2014 and Hudson 2017 (Sarasota, FL)
"Because of the spirit of Asheville School and the support from all of the faculty and staff, my child has been given the desire and the tools to become the student and the citizen that she wants to be. Joanna has developed friendships that will be with her a lifetime."Lisa Cromartie
Mother of Joanna, Class of 2017 (Leesburg, GA)
Take the First Step on a
Truly Unique Journey
Asheville School has long been transforming the lives of the bright, motivated students who attend. Because of its intentionally small student body, Asheville School boasts a magnetic, purpose-driven school community, where every student is known, loved, challenged, nurtured and celebrated.