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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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A wonderful tradition got back on its feet last week as Clyde A. Erwin High School seniors took a walk down memory lane.
Erwin Senior Walk Returns

A wonderful tradition got back on its feet last week as Clyde A. Erwin High School seniors took a walk down memory lane. …

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Maria Tucci, BCS AIG Specialist of the Year
Marcia Tucci wins AIG Specialist of the Year Award

Buncombe County Schools has selected our inaugural Academically and Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Specialist of the Year. This …

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The Buncombe County Schools Foundation (BCSF) celebrated educators at a special gathering on Tuesday, May 3.
BCS Foundation Celebrates Educators

The Buncombe County Schools Foundation (BCSF) celebrated educators at a special gathering on Tuesday, May 3. …

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Clyde A. Erwin Middle School's Junior Beta Club and Johnston Elementary School recently paired up for a shoe drive to help fight poverty.
Johnston, Erwin Middle Donate 'Soles4Souls'

Clyde A. Erwin Middle School's Junior Beta Club and Johnston Elementary School recently paired up for a shoe drive to help fi …

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A unique, science-driven extracurricular program is in full swing at Charles D. Owen High School (OHS). It’s known as the Army Educational Outreach Program, and it helps foster high school independent research contests. Staff at the school are trained in the program to facilitate the students with their projects and competitions.
BCS Student Goes to National Science Competition

A unique, science-driven extracurricular program is in full swing at Charles D. Owen High School (OHS). It’s known as the Arm …

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BCS Students Battle It Out In Cupcake Wars

A baking battle ensued on April 29 at T.C. Roberson High School (TCRHS) during Cupcake Wars! …

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For T.C. Roberson High School's multi-language learners of English, the Asheville Art Museum was a beautiful opportunity to explore the language of texture, color, shapes, and light.
Students Grow Language Skills at Art Museum

For T.C. Roberson High School's multi-language learners of English, the Asheville Art Museum was a beautiful opportunity to e …

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On a rainy spring day, Warren Wilson College (WWC) opened its farm to first grade students at W.D. Williams Elementary. Students explored the farm and gardens with current college students. The children were immersed in animal habitats and ecosystems on the farm. They also observed the process of composting and created stories from nature found near the garden.
Students Tour the Farm at Warren Wilson College

On a rainy spring day, Warren Wilson College (WWC) opened its farm to first grade students at W.D. Williams Elementary. Stude …

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