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.
Asheville School is pleased to welcome poet Richard Blanco for the annual Founders Day Convocation on Thursday, April 26. Blanco's work grapples with themes of cultural identity, community and belonging, and he is speaking to the school community as part of a series on multicultural issues of today.
This year, the Mountain Amateur Athletic Club selected Asheville School athletes as finalists for five Western North Carolina Sports Awards. During WNC Sports Awards Banquet, 118 athletes from 28 regional high schools will be recognized as finalists for 22 awards and 15 scholarships.
Architectural Digest has confirmed what graduates of Asheville School have long known: that the campus' 300 pastoral acres, Tudor-style buildings, and gorgeous mountain views add together to make one of the most beautiful scenes that can be found.
We are excited to welcome the next generation of Blues on Saturday, April 7 for Comeback Day: a time for admitted students and their families to meet one another and hear from teachers, administrators, and current students and their families.
On Tuesday, March 27, Asheville School will welcome U.S. Congressman John Lewis and Andrew Aydin, who created and co-wrote Lewis's memoirs in the series "March."
When Asheville School begins its 119th school year, students, teachers, parents and alumni will gather together this fall to celebrate one giant leap forward for the school's athletic program — a new $3 million multi-purpose athletic field with lights.
Congratulations to Mac Waters and John Delaloye, who have been named finalists for the National Merit Scholarship.
On Thursday, March 22, join Asheville School for the opening celebration of the newest exhibition in the John M. Crawford Art Gallery, "Coalescence."
Members of the Asheville School Board of Trustees are proud to name Lou Bissette the recipient of the Award of Merit. Bissette will be recognized during a convocation at Asheville School on April 12, 2018.
On Saturday, April 21, high school students from across Western North Carolina are invited to participate in Asheville School's 'Shakespeare and Friends Day,' which will feature workshops led by NC Stage and the Montford Park Players.
Isoken Omoregbee attended UNC-Chapel Hill's 2018 Catalyst Conference, a weekend-long event that brings high school students together to explore social justice issues that impact young people in North Carolina.
What do 'misunderstood' creatures, nuclear power, artificial intelligence, and the global water crisis have in common? They are all workshop topics offered during Asheville School's World Awareness Day, a day of special programming devoted to the exploration of local, national and global topics that affect people's day-to-day lives.
Each year, Asheville School's College Office hosts Family College Weekend, two days of informational programming that helps Fifth Form students (juniors) and families embark on the college admission process.
Asheville School prioritizes a purposefully-small community where every student is known, loved, and supported through their high school career. This year, a group of Asheville School students had the opportunity to create those same supportive connections with local elementary school students through a new service-based afternoon activity.
In January 2018, Grace Raynor was one of two reporters named South Carolina Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sports Media Association. She works as a journalist covering Clemson sports for The Post and Courier, a newspaper based in Charleston, South Carolina.
After a decisive CAA conference win on February 9, Blues Swimming traveled to the Greensboro Aquatic Center to compete in the NCISAA 3A State Championship Meet on February 19. There, swimmers earned several podium finishes and set three new Asheville School records.
Blues Wrestling recently competed in the NCISAA 3A State Tournament, where freshman John McCurry took third and senior Bennet Zimmerman took sixth in each of their respective weight classes.
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.
From February 26 to March 2, Asheville School will host artist-in-residence Anabella Lenzu. Lenzu is a New York based dance teacher and choreographer who will work extensively with Asheville School students and host two community dance workshops that are free and open to the public.
On Sunday, February 4, Tristan Thompson 2019 won the Men's 5-kilometer Open Water Swim event in the Atlantic Medical Barracuda Invitational Swim Meet held in Nassau.
Asheville School's robotics team has earned a spot in the state championship tournament. The team will travel to the Corbett Sports Center in Greensboro, North Carolina, to compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge State Championship on Saturday, February 10.
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.