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.

               
Reynolds High Student Earns Distinguished Honor

"It is such an honor to represent Buncombe County, especially because of my admiration for the other ladies in our program. T …

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2020 Beginning Teacher of the Year

Ms. Snyder believes that success grows from being valued as an individual and being challenged beyond your comfort zone. She …

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Enka High: Above the Influence

Enka High School students show that their generation is determined to end America’s opioid crisis. …

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For the Love of Books

North Buncombe High reading guru and English teacher Jenny Zimmerman will help you find your perfect book. …

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Rockets Remember 9-11 with Clyde Fire Department

Reynolds High JROTC cadets served in the ninth annual 9-11 Memorial Service in Clyde, NC. …

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Featured Production: 2020 Teachers of the Year

Here are the stories of seven outstanding educators were chosen by their peers from among our county's 44 teachers of the yea …

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DeLana Parker named 2020 Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to DeLana Parker, the 2020 Buncombe County Schools Teacher of the Year! …

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2020 Principal of the Year

Enka High School Principal Tonya Robinson is the 2020 BCS Principal of the Year! …

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Blackhawks to Cheer at Citrus Bowl

The award-winning cheerleaders of North Buncombe High will perform for the 2020 Citrus Bowl. …

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Band is 'Always an Adventure'

By playing a musical piece together, band students express universal human emotions while directly demonstrating the value of …

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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.

               
25 Years of Adopt-A-High for Roberson AFJROTC

Since 1994, T.C. Roberson High's Air Force JROTC program has worked to keep our area roadways clean, clear, and safe. …

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Reynolds High School Music Teacher Honored

I am honored, certainly to be recognized in any way, but mostly I am humbled and reminded that this isn't ‘just a job'. …

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Fairview Fosters Love of Art

In Chad Caldwell's art classroom at Fairview Elementary School, students use their imagination to explore the world. …

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Black Mountain Primary STEAM Challenge

“STEAM lab is an important experience because they learn to use their minds without a plan. I’m never telling them what steps …

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Drones Fly at Owen High

Drafting teacher Craig Orange recently started a Drone Technologies course as part of the Career and Technical Education (CTE …

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Blackhawks Broadcasters Explore WLOS

Nine aspiring young reporters from North Buncombe Middle School’s student news team explored WLOS’ broadcasting studio. …

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Math in Motion at Barnardsville

Learning math means movement in Mrs. Kendall Chandler’s classroom at Barnardsville Elementary. …

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Citizen Science at Owen Middle

As part of a lesson called “Ant Picnic,” Ms. Krasutsky’s and Mr. Cooper’s classes placed different ant baits around campus an …

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Enka's Top-Class FFA

BCS Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs provide project-based learning in a collaborative environment. Students hav …

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Sustainability at Erwin High

At Clyde A. Erwin High School, science teacher Lily Dancy-Jones is helping students connect with nature through green spaces …

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