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Students Nominated for WNC Sports Awards

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.

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2017 Asheville School Shakespeare Recitation

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.

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Article by Richard Baek 2017 Published in Academic Journal

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.

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Blues Swimming Earns All-WNC Honors

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!

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Asheville School Student Art Featured in Mountain Xpress

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.

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March 23 Art Opening: Two Friends, Two Visions

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.

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National Players Hold Workshop for Drama Students

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.

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Asheville School Drama Presents &quot;The Mystery of Edwin Drood&quot;

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.

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