Asheville School hosts enough student organizations to meet almost any taste. Students may bolster their writing and editing in publications like The Ashnoca newspaper, Blue & White yearbook or the Review literary and visual arts magazine. Or they may hone their leadership skills in clubs like the Student Council, Students for Environmental Action or the Mitchell Cabinet service organization.
There are a variety of ways to learn the art of writing and publishing at Asheville School. The student written, edited and designed newspaper, The Ashnoca, is published approximately seven times a year. Students may choose to commemorate the year in pictures as staff members of the Asheville School yearbook, Blue & White. Creative writers turn their talents to the annual publication of Asheville School's literary magazine, The Review.
The Ashnoca (ASHeville, NOrth CArolina) is Asheville School's student newspaper. In its 78th year, the paper takes seriously its journalistic duties of informing students, faculty and parents about events and topics of interest in the life of the school.
Published approximately seven times a year, The Ashnoca includes features, editorials and news about sports, arts, student government and people. Students do most of the writing, editing and layout of the paper.
Any student may write for the paper; editorial staff positions are also open to students of all Forms. Contact the paper for additional information.
The Review is Asheville School’s annual student literature and art magazine and oldest school publication.
The Review was founded in 1902 by Christian Narten, Russell Dwight and Richard Housum to encourage the literary effort on campus. In 1944, it ceased publication due to the financial difficulties of the war, but by 1949 publication resumed.
The publication celebrates the creative spirit on campus by showcasing the best student and faculty compositions in poetry, prose and art.
The Ashnoca (newspaper)
Blue & White (Yearbook)
The Review (publication)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Students for Life Asheville
Students for Environmental Action
Ping Pong Club
HOSA (Future Health Professionals)
Robotics / Technology Club
Martial Arts Club
Creative Writing Club
Sketch (Art Club)