Christ School is returning to the Galapagos for the second consecutive year in February, just one of the many student trips planned for 2018.
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Preseason practice is under way at the University of North Carolina where Spenser Dalton '12 was a walk-on guard for the defending national champion Tar Heels during the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. Dalton, who has embarked on his professional career in Kansas City, took a moment to talk about his days of playing basketball at Christ School, and later UNC.
Beau Hecimovich '20 was groggy and in dire need of some slumber. A typical Saturday morning became anything but for the sophomore through Christ School's Leadership Challenge.
Miles Gardner '20 admittedly leans right on most issues, while Connor Booher '20 favors the left.
Christ School will face the nation's top-rated recruit in the Greenies' first home basketball game of the season. Zion Williamson and Spartanburg Day (S.C.) are coming to Mebane Fieldhouse for a November 14 Coaches vs. Cancer event to raise awareness and money for the American Cancer Society.
Joseph Visconti '20 has carved out a second home for himself at Christ School.
Basketball season is just around the corner at Christ School. And the Greenies have enough alumni active in the pros for a starting five, with one left over.
For the second year in a row, Mary Dillon's local connections have resulted in a truly unique opportunity for the Christ School Theater Department. The fall production "Paper or Plastic?" A Conspiracy of Bagboys is a one act play written exclusively for the school by Asheville's Travis Lowe.