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.

               
2019 Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to our teachers of the year, whose colleagues in each BCS school chose them as exemplars of educational excel …

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All-County Choir Charms Concert-Goers

More than 230 talented singers from all BCS elementary, intermediate, and middle schools performed for the All-County Choral …

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Important Calendar Changes- 2/14/18 Updates

We have some important updates to the school calendar. …

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BCS Thanks School Bus Drivers

During School Bus Driver Appreciation Week, BCS salutes the men and women who bring our students safely to and from school ev …

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Haw Creek: Home to BCS Math Teacher of the Year

Third-grade Haw Creek Elementary math teacher Ms. Sara McGee has been named our county Math Teacher of the Year! …

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Valley Springs' Counselor Leads State Association

Middle school counselor Lyn Bush has been appointed President-Elect of the NC School Counselor Association. …

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School Counselors Make a Difference

BCS school counselors use evidence-based methods to help students develop social and emotional skills so they can make the mo …

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Communications Among State Best

The BCS Communications team received 18 state-level awards from the North Carolina Public Relations Association. …

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170 Seniors Graduate Mid-Year

BCS awarded diplomas to 170 students from the six traditional high schools, Community High School, and Buncombe County Middle …

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Fed Cup Asheville Essay Winners

Some of the biggest names in tennis will compete in Asheville, and two elementary schools will take part in the festivities. …

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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.

               
Erwin Middle's Got Talent

Clyde A. Erwin Middle School students brought down the house Wednesday during the school’s annual talent show. …

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Oakley Students Go Global

Gabriela Bermingham’s second-graders at Oakley Elementary School spent their Thursday morning sharing Valentine’s Day cards a …

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100 Days of School

We love seeing the creativity, energy, and joy of our elementary students as they celebrate 100 days of school! …

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Enka Middle Students Love Science

Eighth-graders from Enka Middle School exemplified Buncombe County Schools’ focus on STEM education at the Region 8 Western R …

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Mountain Faith Band Rocks West Buncombe Elementary

There was hand clapping and foot stomping aplenty in the West Buncombe Elementary School gym on Friday as Summer Brooke and …

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Counting on Teamwork: MathCounts Results

Valley Springs Middle places second regionally and qualifies to compete at the state level MatchCounts competition! …

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FedCup comes to Asheville

Fourth-graders from Oakley ES and Avery's Creek ES learned tennis from the best during the FedCup Carnival …

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Reynolds' Distinguished Young Woman

Emma Grace Kiser of A.C. Reynolds High was named first runner-up in the state Distinguished Young Women competition. …

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Owen High Hosts Service Learning Fair

BCS students engage in their communities and become better students and leaders through service-based learning. …

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Roberson Girls Swim Team Wins Tourney

T.C. Roberson High School had a great showing at the Western Mountain Athletic Conference (WMAC) Swimming and Diving Champion …

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