Christ School senior Mac Gortney '19 has won a Gold Medal in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards national competition for his personal essay entitled "Gravedigger."
Before the days of GPS navigation, Tom Curtis '81 was just another pizza delivery driver in search of tips.
Christ School junior Aaron Chen '20 has been chosen to play cello for the second summer in a row with Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra 2 (NYO2).
Ted Peterson '19 admired past National Merit Scholarship Finalists from Christ School.
Now he is one of them.
Christ School is pleased to announce the appointment of Fr. John C. Roberts as its next Chaplain, succeeding Fr. Kirk Brown, who will be retiring after 24 years of service to the school.
Like the world at large, much has changed at Christ School in 50 years.
Everyone listened with rapt attention Wednesday as Kit White '69 described his experience as a Greenie. White is a New York artist and a retired college professor who taught for 21 years in Brooklyn.
Asheville's renowned arts scene owes a great deal to the Montford Park Players.
The theater company puts on the longest running Shakespeare festival in North Carolina and entertains more than 10,000 patrons a year. And when the Montford Park Players need one of the area's most capable directors, they often look to Christ School.
Liam Pulsifer '15 has been so engrossed with the offerings and opportunities at Duke University that he couldn't bear to be away for the traditional junior year abroad; instead, he has opted to spend next summer in Berlin, Germany.