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2022 Spring Sports Champions

As we finish up another school year, we want to congratulate all the winning athletes and coaches from our spring sports seas …

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Senior Walks 2022

Carrying on a tradition at BCS, after a short hiatus due to COVID, the Senior Walks returned this year for the class of 2022. …

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Superintendent Dr. Tony Baldwin today announces 20 new administrative assignments for Buncombe County Schools (BCS) for the 2022-23 school year.
22-23 Principal and Administrator Assignments

Superintendent Dr. Tony Baldwin today announces 20 new administrative assignments for Buncombe County Schools (BCS) for the 2 …

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Enka High School seniors brought their Jet pride as they visited their former schools during Friday’s senior walk.
EHS Jets Soar Through Senior Walk

Enka High School seniors brought their Jet pride as they visited their former schools during Friday’s senior walk. …

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 Charles D. Owen High School held a special ceremony on Friday, May 27, to commemorate Memorial Day and to remember the fallen members of our armed forces.
Owen High JROTC puts on Memorial Day Ceremony

Charles D. Owen High School held a special ceremony on Friday, May 27, to commemorate Memorial Day and to remember the falle …

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Buncombe County Schools students were awarded the Pratt & Whitney Scholarship on Wednesday, May 18.
BCS Foundation Announces New Scholarship

Ten Buncombe County Schools students were awarded the Pratt & Whitney Scholarship on Wednesday, May 18. …

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The sirens of two Asheville Fire Department trucks sounded as they made their way around William W. Estes Elementary on Friday, May 20th. However, the firefighters were not there for a 911 call. They were on the scene to celebrate four students that worked hard this school year to improve in reading. Those students showed up to school that morning on a firetruck with sirens blaring, and students cheering in excitement.
Firefighters First On Scene For Literacy

The sirens of two Asheville Fire Department trucks sounded as they made their way around William W. Estes Elementary on Frida …

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After a two-year hiatus, Charles D. Owen High seniors once again got their chance to proudly walk the halls of their former schools.
Owen Seniors Walk the Halls

After a two-year hiatus, Charles D. Owen High seniors once again got their chance to proudly walk the halls of their former s …

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After finishing their Advanced Placement (AP) tests, Enka High’s (EHS) AP U.S. History students didn’t rest on their laurels. Instead, they’ve been tutoring and mentoring Hominy Valley Elementary School students and helping them prepare for their end-of-grade tests.
Enka AP Students Become Tutors

After finishing their Advanced Placement (AP) tests, Enka High’s (EHS) AP U.S. History students didn’t rest on their laurels. …

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Students and staff did not let the rain ruin this year's Special Olympics at A.C. Reynolds High School (ACRHS). Participants showed up from Haw Creek Elementary, Charles C. Bell Elementary, Oakley Elementary, Fairview Elementary, Cane Creek Middle, A.C. Reynolds Middle, and ACRHS. The football stadium was filled with smiling faces as this was the first Special Olympics since 2019. ACRHS Principal Doris Sellers couldn’t wait to give the students this opportunity.
Reynolds Holds First District Special Olympics

Students and staff did not let the rain ruin this year's Special Olympics at A.C. Reynolds High School (ACRHS). Participants …

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