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International Walk to School Day - October 2
1 of 3 School Districts in North Carolina to Meet or Exceed Growth.

1 of 3

ACS was one of three school districts 
in NC where all schools met or exceeded
growth two years in a row. 
Apple sitting on books


Extracurricular activities at
Asheboro High School 
Graduation Cap

Over $7 Million

Was awarded in scholarships, grants, and other 
monetary awards to the Class of 2018. 
Teacher teaching students

Top 25%

Asheboro City School teachers are in the
top 25 percent of teachers statewide.


Asheboro City Schools will be a community of excellence where each student graduates globally competitive for college, careers, and citizenship.


We are committed to providing rigorous, individualized, and engaging learning opportunities for all students in a safe and inviting environment to ensure our students can become successful lifelong learners, prepared for global citizenship.

Dr. Aaron Woody


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Rockin' Out at the NAMS School of Rock
Oct 18, 2019

Rockin' Out at the NAMS School of Rock

If there is one thing that can bring people together, it is a shared appreciation and love for music. For centuries, every known culture has had some form of musical influence. From the biblical Psalms to rock concerts of today, music is a language that transcends all barriers. Over the course of history, people have found commonalities through music. Read More...
The (Actual) Balfour Story
Oct 07, 2019

The (Actual) Balfour Story

Fifth-grade teacher, Ms. Emily Ramon, and Assistant Principal, Ms. Keisha Dawalt, both of Balfour Elementary School believe for many years the school’s narrative has been one of low performance and high poverty. “This simply isn’t true,” said Ms. Dawalt. “Our story – the Balfour Elementary story – is one of student success, hardworking and dedicated teachers, and committed and engaged families. We are at the top of our game and it’s important the community understand Balfour is a high-performing school in our district and across North Carolina.” Click here to read more! 
ACS Participates in International Walk to School Day
Oct 02, 2019

ACS Participates in International Walk to School Day

Students, families, teachers, and administrators from Asheboro City Schools and Donna Lee Loflin Elementary School joined the Honorable Mayor David Smith, Safe Kids of Randolph County, the Asheboro Fire Department, and the North Carolina Highway Patrol on Wednesday, Oct. 2 to participate in International Walk to School Day. Read More...
Asheboro City Board of Education Earns Silver Bell Award
Sep 19, 2019

Asheboro City Board of Education Earns Silver Bell Award

Members of the Asheboro City Board of Education attended the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) District 5 Meeting in Thomasville on Wednesday, September 19, 2019. Board members received professional development and training via several breakout sessions that were offered. While at the meeting, the Asheboro City Board of Education was presented with a 2019 NCSBA Silver Bell Award. The Silver Bell Award recognizes boards where every member has actively worked towards meeting their 12 hours of training during the July 1 through June 30 timeframe. Vice chairman Phillip Cheek accepted the award on behalf of the board.
Tuning Up for Success
Sep 11, 2019

Tuning Up for Success

Custom-made electric guitars is project-based learning at its best and it’s exactly what is happening in Mr. Scott Smith’s advanced Technological Design class at Asheboro High School. For the full story, click below! Read More...
The Give Back Project
Sep 03, 2019

The Give Back Project

At the tender age of 26, Kyosha Lowery possesses more wisdom and humility than many people twice her age. In the midst of fighting for her own life, Kyosha decided she would choose kindness by dedicating herself to a cause greater than she could have imagined. She would give back to the community that provided so much support to her. She decided to call it, "The Give Back Project." Read More...
Dr. Aaron Woody Named New Asheboro City Schools Superintendent
Jul 18, 2019

Dr. Aaron Woody Named New Asheboro City Schools Superintendent

The Asheboro City Board of Education is pleased to announce the selection and election of Dr. Aaron Woody as the next superintendent of the Asheboro City Schools (ACS) effective July 18 at a special called meeting on Wednesday, July 17. 

Diaz Named U.S. Presidential Scholar
May 07, 2019

Diaz Named U.S. Presidential Scholar

Mr. Isaac Eli Diaz, a senior at Asheboro High School, is one of 161 high school seniors across the nation to be named a United States Presidential Scholar. This White House Commission on Presidential Scholars selects scholars annually based on their academic success, artistic and technical excellence, essays, school evaluations and transcripts, as well as evident of community service, leadership, and demonstrated commitment to the high ideals.  Read More...
ACS Launches Homework Resources Page
Jan 14, 2019

ACS Launches Homework Resources Page

Asheboro City Schools is excited to share the Homework Resources page with our families and greater community. Check out the new page here
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