ACS Summer Learning Abounds!
ACS is excited to offer a number of learning opportunities for the summer months of 2022. While many of our summer programs are by invitation only, we will offer open registration for Career and Technical Education Camps, the Career Accelerator program (internships), and College Tours. 

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1 of 3 School Districts in North Carolina to Meet or Exceed Growth.

$10 Million

AHS Graduates have
earned over $10 million
in scholarships and awards.
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54 Distinguished/55 Honors

Of the 300 graduates in the 
Class of 2021, 54 were Distinguished
graduates and 55 were Honors graduates.
 
 
 
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96% Grad Rate

96% graduation rate
for CTE concentrators
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300 Graduates

The Class of 2021 
had 300 graduates! 

Vision

Every student will have equitable access to engaging learning that transforms life outcomes and prepares them to be collaborative, competitive, and successful in our global world.

Mission

Asheboro City Schools engages students in educational experiences and opportunities that elevate lifelong learning, cultivates exceptional thinkers, and empowers students to design their own futures.

Dr. Aaron Woody

Superintendent

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Asheboro City Board of Education Meeting Recap
May 16, 2022

Asheboro City Board of Education Meeting Recap

At the May meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education, the Board celebrated a number of student and staff highlights, they heard information reports from district leaders regarding the Academically/Intellectually Gifted (AIG) three-year plan, policies for 30-day review, an update on facilities, and anticipated technology upgrades coming to all ACS classrooms. 
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ACS Request for Proposals
May 11, 2022

ACS Request for Proposals

Asheboro City Schools anticipates the purchase of approximately 400 Interactive Flat Panels (IFPs) with mounts and mobile stands for each classroom and media center in the district. As such, the district welcomes bidding for per unit pricing for IFPs with mounts and mobile stands starting May 11. The invitation to bid window will close on Friday, May 26. 
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Groseclose Named NAMS Principal
Apr 11, 2022

Groseclose Named NAMS Principal

We wish to congratulate Mr. Graham Groseclose who has been selected as the new principal at North Asheboro Middle School effective July 1, 2022. 
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Board of Education Approves 2022-2026 Strategic Plan
Apr 08, 2022

Board of Education Approves 2022-2026 Strategic Plan

After four months of public review, the Asheboro City Board of Education took action to approve the district's 2022-2026 Strategic Plan. In addition to updated student-centered goals, the district also revamped it's Mission and Vision statements, as well it's core values through the addition of Belief Statements. 
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Asheboro City Board of Education Meeting Recap
Apr 08, 2022

Asheboro City Board of Education Meeting Recap

At the April meeting of the Asheboro City Board of Education, board members approved the 2023-2024 school calendar, the 2022-2026 strategic plan, and voted to keep masks optional for students and staff for another month. The Board also had the opportunity to celebrate students from the McCrary Mustang Lacrosse Team, school-level Teachers of the Year, the Future Chef Competition winner, and a number of student-athletes from the AHS Wrestling Team! 
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AHS Choirs Earn High Marks at NC High School MPA
Apr 04, 2022

AHS Choirs Earn High Marks at NC High School MPA

The Asheboro High School Concert Choir and the Park Street Ensemble earned overall ratings of, “Excellent” for performance and, “Superior” for Sight-reading. Park Street Ensemble  earned a perfect score of “100” in Sight-reading. AHS Chorus teacher, Ms. Sarah Downey said, “I am very proud of the work our students put into preparing for this event and how they represented AHS at the state level.”
SAMS Student Selected for Prestigious Summer Program
Mar 31, 2022

SAMS Student Selected for Prestigious Summer Program

Eighth-grade student from South Asheboro Middle School, Helen Britt, has been selected from a group of students statewide to participate in the Step Up to STEM program through the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) which will take place summer 2022. This free one-week program is an innovative interdisciplinary academic program that uses exciting real-world subjects to challenge rising ninth and tenth graders across NC to build their skills in science, math, technology, and communications! Congratulations Helen!
And the winning Future Chef is....
Mar 31, 2022

And the winning Future Chef is....

Asheboro City Schools elementary students recently demonstrated their culinary skills in Sodexo’s 2022 Future Chef Culinary Competition. The event is an exciting and engaging way to encourage students to learn more about healthy food choices by participating in a recipe contest and is sponsored by Sodexo, provider for ACS School Nutrition services.  
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Board of Education Hosts State Lawmakers
Mar 29, 2022

Board of Education Hosts State Lawmakers

On Friday, the Asheboro City Board of Education met with state lawmakers during the annual Legislative Breakfast to address and discuss the most pressing issues facing our district and public schools statewide. 

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Hurley Receives Appointment to the United States Air Force Academy
Mar 29, 2022

Hurley Receives Appointment to the United States Air Force Academy

Asheboro High School senior, Cadet Col. Luke Hurley, has received an appointment of a lifetime! One in which he has worked so hard to earn! Hurley has been extended and accepted an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy! Colonel Hall, Major Howie, and MSgt. York of Asheboro High School's Air Force JROTC program said of Luke, "he has worked extremely hard for this appointment!"
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