Top Ten School District in North Carolina for Highest Graduation Rate in 2017-18.
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1 of 3 School Districts in North Carolina to Meet or Exceed Growth.

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ACS was one of three school districts 
in NC where all schools met or exceeded
growth two years in a row. 
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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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Homiller Recognized as an Inspirational Leader
Apr 16, 2019

Homiller Recognized as an Inspirational Leader

Mr. Phillip Homiller, Asheboro High School Band Director and Performing Arts Coordinator, was inducted in the inaugural class of Inspirational Educators at the University of North Carolina – Greensboro on Sunday afternoon. This new initiative at UNC-G honors the service of exceptional educators and celebrates the impact they have had on our world. This permanent recognition, launched in the Spring of 2019, will be displayed prominently in the UNC-G School of Education building. 

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April Meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education
Apr 16, 2019

April Meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education

The Asheboro City Board of Education met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, April 11. 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.  Highlights from the meeting include the swearing in of new board member, Ryan Patton and a presentation by the North Carolina School Board Association. Click here to read more.  Read More...
ACS Seeks Request for Proposals for a Food Service Management Company
Apr 15, 2019

ACS Seeks Request for Proposals for a Food Service Management Company

ASHEBORO CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION is soliciting REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR A FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT COMPANY TO MANAGE THE DISTRICT’S CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM.  A mandatory pre-proposal meeting will be held at 10 a.m., April 23, 2019 in the Central Office Board Room, 1126 S. Park St., Asheboro, NC  27203 to discuss proposal requirements and address questions.  The Request for Proposal will be available by contacting Sandra Spivey at 336-625-5104 or email sspivey@asheboro.k12.nc.us.

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North Asheboro Middle School Celebrates 50 Years
Apr 10, 2019

North Asheboro Middle School Celebrates 50 Years

North Asheboro Middle School(NAMS) will celebrate 50 years of serving students on Friday, April 26 with a special anniversary program and a light reception. The community is invited to attend the celebration which will take place from 1- 3 p.m. in the NAMS gymnasium. Former NAMS students are encouraged to attend and share some of their favorite past-times at the school.  Read More...
The Pink Panthers and NexGeneration take the win in the ACS STEAM Competition
Apr 03, 2019

The Pink Panthers and NexGeneration take the win in the ACS STEAM Competition

On Tuesday, April 2, Asheboro City Schools hosted their annual district STEAM Competition. The Pink Panthers from McCrary Elementary School took the win for the elementary competition, and NexGeneration from South Asheboro Middle School rocked the secondary competition. Special thanks to our judges and event sponsors, Toshiba and Trinity 3. 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...
Dr. Crooks Completes Leadership Program
Mar 26, 2019

Dr. Crooks Completes Leadership Program

Dr. Penny Crooks, principal of Asheboro High School, recently completed the Distinguished Leadership Program (DLP), ayear-long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principal’s Association and sponsored by the American Express Foundation through the NorthCarolina Alliance for School Leadership Development (NCASLD.)
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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...
ACS Early Childhood Development Center Earns National Accreditation
Mar 19, 2019

ACS Early Childhood Development Center Earns National Accreditation

Asheboro City School’s Early Childhood Development Center has earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)—the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children. Read More...
ACS Superintendent Vacancy Announcement
Feb 25, 2019

ACS Superintendent Vacancy Announcement

The Asheboro City Board of Education is seeking a superintendent to lead the school district as it continues its pursuit of excellence. Candidates must meet the legal requirements to be licensed as a superintendent in North Carolina or be qualified to serve under the State Board of Education’s alternative guidelines. Read More...
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