Congratulations to Grayson Sword 2019, who has been named as a semifinalist for the prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a group of Asheville School students is seeking to engage and inspire the Asheville community with the Reverend Dr. King's enduring works. On Monday, January 21, Asheville School and BeLoved Asheville will host a recitation competition open to all area students in grades 6 – 12.
December 3-9 marks Computer Science Education Week, an annual program promoted by Code.org dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take an interest in computer science. At Asheville School, students have the opportunity not only to take courses in computer science but also to pursue it through extracurricular activities.
Asheville School senior Abby Kriegler is heading to Greensboro, North Carolina, to swim in USA Swimming's 2018 Winter Junior Championships.
Ryland Mettee is passionate about dance and plans to go to a college where she can continue to hone her skills in classical ballet. This December, she is set to dance the part of the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Ballet Conservatory of Asheville performances of The Nutcracker at the Diana Wortham Theatre.
Support the Blues and enjoy a mug of hot mulled cider at the annual Holiday Open House at the School Store on Thursday, December 6, from 4 to 8 p.m. If you can't make it in person, check out Asheville School's new Online School Store today.
Abby Kriegler and Rachel Kuehn made their college commitments official on Wednesday when they took part in the first day of the national early signing period.
Last Friday the Asheville School football team earned a ticket to the NCISAA Division III State Football Championship after a close 33-28 victory over Southlake Christian Academy. Now the Blues will travel to Fayetteville, North Carolina, to take on Village Christian Academy in the championship game on Friday, November 16.
Asheville School has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2018–2021 for its use of technology to prepare students for college and for life and its commitment to teaching students Apple's Swift programming language during its co-ed summer app development camp.
Congratulations to the Blues football team, who have earned a first-round bye and a no. 2 seed in this year's state playoffs.
Despite a driving rain and muddy trails, Blues cross country had a great end to their season at the NCISAA Division III State Meet. Congratulations to Claire Hill, Lia Sprouse and Major Eason, who earned All-State honors for the Blues!
As part of Asheville School's Arts in the Community Initiative, Art Instructor Casey Arbor recently took students to UNC Asheville to explore "The Mystical Arts of Tibet," a touring residency by a group of Tibetan monks who work to share their culture across the globe.
On Thursday, November 1, Asheville School will welcome Dr. Karambu Ringera, founder and president of International Peace Initiatives, an organization that works to support sustainable initiatives that improve livelihoods and enhance quality of life.
On November 8, Asheville School will welcome Asheville Artist Patti Anastasi for a solo exhibition of her work. "Eccentric Archetypes" features Anastasi's mixed media portraits of characters, each imbued with their own personalities.
Join us in congratulating Rachel Kuehn, who won her third consecutive NCISAA Division II State Golf Championship on Tuesday!
On Saturday, October 27, the Asheville School Football Team will travel to Christ School and play in the 92nd rivalry game between the two schools.
On Tuesday, October 23, Asheville School's Varsity Girls Tennis Team is heading to Arendell Parrott Academy in Kinston, North Carolina, where they will play in the NCISAA Division III semifinal match.
Over the course of three Service Saturdays in September, 145 Asheville School students volunteered over 630 hours on and off campus, serving Asheville School and seven local community groups.
Addie Trivers and Karen Mason have been selected for the North Carolina Honors Chorus, which aims to honor outstanding singers from high school choral programs by giving them the opportunity to perform at the highest level of achievement.
Math Club student leaders Alex Wu 2019 and Proud Jiao 2020 want to show their peers how to have fun with math. This year, Asheville School's math club is taking on a variety of competitions, games and other activities that appeal to students in every grade level.
Lacy Westle and Emily Zuo finished in second place in the Tryon Hounds Annual Fall Hunter Pace. There were 20 teams participating, and the Asheville School team finished at two hours, five minutes and 34 seconds -- just 42 seconds off the optimum ride goal.
On Saturday, November 3, Asheville School will host the second annual Shakespeare and Friends Day, a day of workshops led by professionals from the American Shakespeare Center based in Staunton, Virginia, and the North Carolina Stage Company (NC Stage) based in Asheville, North Carolina.
Asheville School seniors Heath Chase, Jennifer Fish, Grayson Sword and Stefan Yu have been recognized as Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Saturday, October 13, marks the second annual Rabun Gap Day and Border Cup Challenge. Asheville School will host athletes and fans from Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School for a day of school spirit and a full slate of athletic competitions.
On Thursday, October 18, Asheville School Fine Arts will debut "The Swan Song. A Study in Terror," a play by Mike Johnson. The production comes just in time for Halloween, promising to scare the daylights out of audiences.