This May, Asheville School's Fine Arts Program will present "Fragments of Frankenstein," an original multimedia adaptation of Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein" imagined through dance, original music and poetry, film, and large-scale art installation.
Asheville School junior Alec Sands is from the Bahamas and recently returned home to represent his country in the CARIFTA 2017 Swimming Championships.
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.
Congratulations to Christina Pyfrom, who has committed to the swim team at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky!
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.
Asheville School will welcome Margaret Edson, who won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for her play "Wit," to speak at the annual Founders' Day convocation. She will speak in the Walker Art Center's Graham Theater on Thursday, April 27 at 7:15 p.m.
Asheville School senior Richard Baek was recently published in the PPE Review: Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Baek's piece, "The Right to Speak: Free Speech Issues in Somalia," was one of eight articles featured in the biannual journal's February 2017 issue.
Congratulations to coach Frank Kriegler, who has been named Western North Carolina boys swim coach of the year, to Asheville School's five athletes who earned All-WNC honors in swimming, and to the 10 athletes on the team who earned honorable mentions!
Congratulations to senior Rashad Morrison on committing to play football for Williams College!
On April 6, 2017, Asheville School will welcome Frances Jensen to speak about adolescent brain development as it relates to risk-taking behavior, with an emphasis on adolescent substance abuse.
Mountain Xpress recently released their annual "Kids Issue," which features creative work by K-12 students from the Asheville area. For 2017, their theme was "What Matters to Me?" The two-part issue featured work from several Asheville School students.
During the week of March 20 to 24, Asheville School will welcome Kelly Bartnik, who will lead discussions and workshops with Asheville School students and the larger Asheville community.
On Thursday, March 23, Asheville School will host alumni artists Betsey Ambler '77 and Leslie Keller '77 for their exhibition, "Two Friends, Two Visions." The opening will be in the Walker Art Center's Crawford Art Gallery from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
On February 25, Harlan ran in his first-ever marathon: the notoriously difficult Black Mountain Marathon. He came in 8th place out of the 218 runners who completed the race!
On Friday, March 3, Asheville School will host the school's annual World Awareness Day, a day of special programming that encourages students to explore a variety of topics on global issues.
Asheville School's boys and girls swim teams took third place at the NCISAA State Championship meet on February 20. While competing in Greensboro, NC, the Blues earned three state championships and shattered seven school records.
Asheville School junior Paul Hill, in his first year of wrestling, earned a third place finish in the 220-pound division at the NCISAA State Tournament.
Whitney Ranson has embarked on a career in Architecture. She now lives in Portland, Oregon and is on the design staff at SRG Partnership, a firm that specializes in architecture planning and interiors.
Brookshire has been selected from riders across the country to represent the United States in three international races in March and April 2017.
Athletes on the Varsity Swimming team broke several records during their performance in the CAA Conference meet on Feb. 10, and now they are headed to the Feb. 20 NCISAA state meet.
Asheville School hosted the National Players, a dramatic ensemble based in Washington, D.C. They performed Shakespeare's "Hamlet" for the Asheville School community and conducted a workshop with students in drama.
If you have always wished directors would listen to your theories on how your favorite shows should have ended, this musical is for you. In this hilarious murder-mystery, the audience gets to vote on the ending based on evidence presented throughout the course of the show.
Come to campus this Friday and Saturday to show your support for the Blues!
The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers recognized nine Asheville School students in the 2017 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Awards.
The latest Alumni Profile catches up with Hyechang Rhim '10, who is busy with medical school, running ultramarathons, and coaching in his spare time.