Every other week, Asheville School hosts Service Saturday...
Dr. Anthony Sgro 1984 started his first day as the Ninth Head of School at Asheville School on Monday, July 1.
Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2019 who were recognized during the Senior Academic Honors Convocation.
On Saturday, May 25, Asheville School celebrated 119th commencement. Congratulations to the Class of 2019!
On Thursday, May 23, the Asheville School community celebrated this year's outstanding student athletes for their contributions to the athletic department.
On May 21, Asheville School Athletics hosted the Spring Athletic Convocation, which recognizes Blues athletes from the spring season.
Congratulations to Rachel Kuehn 2019, who has been named National Senior Girls' Golf Athlete of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association!
At the Fine Arts Banquet on May 16, students were recognized and honored for their contributions to the music, art, drama, dance and writing programs at Asheville School.
Congratulations to Rachel Kuehn 2019, who has been named Division II Female Athlete of the Year by the Mountain Amateur Athletic Club.
Asheville School athletes had an outstanding showing during the 2019 NCISAA Division II Track and Field State Championships at Gaston Christian School on May 17 and 18.
On Thursday, May 16, Asheville School will showcase students' work in fine arts with the Spring Concert, the John M. Crawford Art Gallery exhibit of studio art, and the Fine Arts and Letters Banquet.
Congratulations to Asheville School senior Skylan Thompson, who has committed to play lacrosse at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky!
Every school day, a group of Asheville School students partners with local nonprofit Youthful HAND, which pairs elementary school students with mentors and works to foster supportive relationships.
Congratulations to the Blues girls soccer team for winning the CAA tournament! They, along with the boys and girls lacrosse teams and the boys tennis team, have advanced to the NCISAA state playoffs.
Asheville School is proud to announce senior Major Eason as a 2019 All-American Athlete Award recipient from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). This award recognizes Eason's athletic accomplishments and his dedication to strength and conditioning.
On May 8, 9 and 10, join the Asheville School Fine Arts Department for "Led Into the Inferno," an original multi-media dance adaptation of Dante's "Inferno" set to the music of Led Zeppelin.
Congratulations to Asheville School senior Hannah Chay, who has earned the Florence Moog Fellowship in Biological Sciences and Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis.
Whitmore has a wide range of experience managing athletic programs and coaching basketball from coast to coast. Join us in welcoming him to the Asheville School community!
The William Holt Terry Scholarship is a prestigious scholarship from Davidson College awarded to students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership skills and personal qualities through student government, athletics, service and other activities. Join us in wishing Luke congratulations!
Asheville School Humanities Instructor Christopher Arbor just might have set a school record last week when he completed the daunting Mt. Pisgah Challenge solo – that's running from Asheville School to the summit of Mt. Pisgah and back again – in 10 hours and 19 minutes.
April marks National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, Asheville School will host poet and teaching-artist Glenis Redmond for a performance and workshops on April 18.
Asheville School Dance Program students will have the opportunity to work with guest artist Dom-Sebastian Alexis of TheBBoy Ballet from Greensboro, North Carolina. In conjunction with the visit, the Asheville School Fine Arts Program will offer a dance workshop on Friday, April 12, open to Asheville School students and the greater Asheville community.