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Asheville School Breaks Ground on New $3 Million Multi-Purpose Athletic Complex

On Monday, May 14, the Asheville School community gathered together for the official groundbreaking of a new $3 million multi-sport athletic complex. The facility upgrade includes a new artificial turf field, a new track surface in Asheville School's navy blue and white colors, stadium seating for fans, a press box, field-level restrooms, and lights—enabling Asheville School to host evening games year-round.

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Asheville School Earns Re-Accreditation Through SAIS

Asheville School is accredited by the Southern Association for Independent Schools, a membership organization and accrediting body that serves independent schools primarily in the southeastern United States. Every five years, schools seeking accreditation through SAIS undergo a process where the school completes a comprehensive self-study and then creates a report and provides documentation that covers all areas of school life.

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Steve Levin 1973 Shares 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting

The 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Reporting went to the staff of the Press Democrat, a newspaper based in Santa Rosa, California, for their coverage of the devastating wildfires that swept through the area in the fall of 2017. Congratulations to Steve Levin 1973, who works as city editor for the paper and shares in the award.

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Student Work Featured in Spring Arts Performance: &quot;Looking Out, Looking In&quot;

Each Spring, the Asheville School Fine Arts Program bands together to put on an interdisciplinary arts production that combines dance, music, writing and visual art to create a performance that features original work by students. This year, Fine Arts presents "Looking Out, Looking In," a performance that seeks to explore and celebrate diversity, community and connection.

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