Top Stories
Every day, our students learn through exploration, engage the community, and prepare for tomorrow! Here are some of our top stories from our 45 schools and 6 districts.

Part of the Solution: Substance Abuse Awareness

WNC schools and students are doing their part to share the facts and their perspectives about opioid and substance abuse. …

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2019 All-County Art Exhibition

Local visual arts fans have a treat awaiting them at the Asheville Mall through April 28. …

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Roberson Brings Lacrosse to Buncombe Schools

T.C. Roberson High's historic first lacrosse team brings the sport to Asheville. …

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3 BCS Students Head to State GeoBee

Global education, a BCS priority, has paid off well for three middle school students who made it into the 2019 National Geogr …

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Owen and Roberson Singers in National Honors Choir

Seven BCS singers were chosen to perform for the American Choral Directors Association choirs. …

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Local Businesses Welcome Buncombe Students

During Students@Work week, 1,200 middle and high school students spent a day exploring career paths in advanced manufacturing …

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BCS Had State’s First Female Superintendent

BCS has a long history of superior educators. During Women’s History Month, we’d like to recognize the first female superinte …

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Southern Conference Education Days

3,000 BCS students enjoyed a day of March Madness at the U.S. Cellular Center. …

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The New Blackhawk Broadcasters

The news team at North Buncombe Middle is ready to chase down stories about their school and community! …

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Gracie Stanek: Distinguished Young Woman of NC

Roberson honors student Gracie Stanek wins state scholarship competition. …

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Social Snapshots

Don't miss our Social Snapshots, where you can find original stories, important announcements, and photo albums that our community loved on social media. We're proud of the everyday efforts of our students and educators that make Buncombe County Schools a special place to learn and grow.

Chance of Learning: 100 Percent

WLOS Chief Meteorologist Jason Boyer met an excited atmosphere when he stopped by Johnston Elementary School on Tuesday. …

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Art, Math, and Collaboration

A wonderfully collaborative project brought high school and elementary school students together and showed how fun math can b …

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NDA Takes Science Outside

Cailyn Raper, a senior at Martin L. Nesbitt, Jr. Discovery Academy (NDA), recently earned her Girl Scout Gold Award by gettin …

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Leadership Showcase: Weaverville Elementary

Weaverville students dressed like inspiring characters with leadership superpowers! …

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TCR Cares for the Community

“From the word ‘go,’ they did not stop unless it was break time. I witnessed laughing, joking, team bonding, and team unity a …

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Black Mountain Poetry Cafe

"I hope that they learn to dig a little deeper for what and how they feel about things. I hope they found a new way to share …

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Enka Soars at Regional Science Fair

This year’s WNC Region 8 Science and Engineering Fair was a huge success for Enka Middle School this year. …

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Touring Their Tomorrow

Valley Springs eighth-graders are already thinking about their options after high school. …

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Reynolds Clarinetist Wins Symphony Competition

Aaron Lipsky of A.C. Reynolds High Wins Hendersonville Symphony's Young Artist Competition and will be featured soloist on Ma …

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