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Congrats to the Class of 2019!
Gabrielle Parks holds up his diploma for picture!
Graduating senior stands with her family after commencement.
Alvis Adames stands with his family after graduation.
Graduating senior takes a selfie with her parents after commencement.
Graduating seniors at commencement.
Asheboro City Schools 2019-2020 Teacher of the YearDanielle Hunter from Donna Lee Loflin Elementary School
Danielle Hunter from Donna Lee Loflin Elementary School
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

50+

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.

Vision

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

Mission

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.

Terry W. Worrell, Ed.D.

Superintendent

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Jul 03
Meet Me at the Public Library (McCrary Night)
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Randolph Public Library - Asheboro Location
Jul 18
BONUS Bookmobile Day
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
North Asheboro Park
Jul 26
Lindley Park Family Night
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Lindley Park Elementary School Multipurpose Room
Jul 27
Guy B. Teachey Family Night
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Guy B. Teachey Elementary School
Jul 30
Meet Me at the Public Library
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Randolph Public Library - Asheboro Location
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June Meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education
Jun 17, 2019

June Meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education

The Asheboro City Board of Education met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, June 13. Madam Chair Gidget Kidd called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, the board approved the meeting agenda.  Read More...
ACS Summer Projects include  Resurfacing of Track at South Asheboro Middle School
Jun 12, 2019

ACS Summer Projects include Resurfacing of Track at South Asheboro Middle School

During the summer, the Asheboro City Schools Facility and Maintenance department will continue work on the Asheboro High School addition, set to be completed in May 2020. During the summer months (June – August), there will be no parking allowed on the high school’s campus. All parking lots will be blocked due to the construction. The South Asheboro Middle School track will also be closed to the public June – August 2019 for resurfacing. 
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ACS FREE Summer Meals
Jun 11, 2019

ACS FREE Summer Meals

Asheboro City Schools is offering FREE MEALS again this summer to children and young adults 18 and under! Click below to learn more! Read More...
AHS Seniors Earn Asheboro City School Education Foundation Scholarships
Jun 04, 2019

AHS Seniors Earn Asheboro City School Education Foundation Scholarships

On Wednesday, May 29, 25 seniors from the Asheboro High School Class of 2019 were awarded scholarships through the Asheboro City Schools Education Foundation. Students were recognized along with their peers at the school’s annual Senior Awards Night. The event opened with a welcome from student-body president, Grayson Armstrong. Dr. Penny Crooks, principal of Asheboro High School, and assistant principals, Mrs. Gayle Higgs, Mr. Jonathan Jessup, and Mr. Donnie Wright, led the program.  Read More...
McCrary Elementary Students Recommend Animals for Asia Continent
Jun 04, 2019

McCrary Elementary Students Recommend Animals for Asia Continent

Second-grade students at McCrary Elementary School completed a project-based learning activity in which they researched and made recommendations to NC Zoo staff about animals to be selected in the facility’s new Asian continent. Read More...
ACS Board Celebrates Dr. Worrell
Jun 04, 2019

ACS Board Celebrates Dr. Worrell

Dr. Worrell was recognized by the Asheboro City Board of Education for her tremendous leadership and service to Asheboro City Schools at a retirement celebration on Sunday afternoon at South Asheboro Middle School.  Read More...
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 Superintendent Search Applications Received
Apr 23, 2019

ACS Superintendent Search Applications Received

The Asheboro City Board of Education is pleased to announce that the deadline to submit applications to serve as the school district’s next superintendent has passed.  The board received 29 applications from 11 different states.   Read More...
Governor's Volunteer Service Award recipient is ACS volunteer, Gene Woodle
Apr 03, 2019

Governor's Volunteer Service Award recipient is ACS volunteer, Gene Woodle

Congratulations to Mr. Gene Woodle for earning the Governor's Volunteer Service Award for Asheboro City Schools! Mr. Woodle was selected by Asheboro City Schools to be the nominee for the Governor's Volunteer Service Award to represent the district. Mr. Woodle serves students at Guy B. Teachey Elementary School and secondary students throughout our district through his work with the Village of Barnabas.  Read More...
McCrary Mustangs Win Elementary Battle of the Books Competition
Mar 22, 2019

McCrary Mustangs Win Elementary Battle of the Books Competition

Asheboro City Schools hosted the annual Battle of the Books competition on Thursday, March 21 at Lindley Park Elementary School. All five ACS elementary schools competed in one of the most exciting academic competitions of the year. In the end, the Charles W. McCrary Mustangs won and now advance to the regional competition in April.  Read More...
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