Dr. Spenser Simrill, a new addition to Christ School's faculty for the 2019-20 school year, brought with him more than a decade of teaching experience at the University of Georgia as well as an extensive background in filmmaking, writing, and digital media.
Greenies are putting Dr. Simrill’s teachings to work while tracing their own family history with a special English Department project.
C-SPAN has been traveling around the Southeast by bus this week, in anticipation that North Carolina and others could be battleground states in the 2020 United States Presidential election.
The TV network not only chose Asheville as a stop on Tuesday, but more specifically Christ School. The Greenies were in the middle of a Headmaster’s Holiday when the bus pulled into campus shortly after lunchtime.
Asheville School Week began in earnest Monday morning at Christ School.
The boys wore as much green as possible on "Green Day" and inspected one another’s wardrobes for any hint of the forbidden color – blue. Before classes ever started, the Class of 2020 had deftly pulled off its first prank in Wetmore Hall.
Many Greenies will agree that Asheville School Week is the most wonderful time of the year.
Local television station WMYA (40) rewarded the academics and citizenship of Max Field ’20 and Kiki Alcime ’20 during Friday’s broadcast of the varsity football game between Christ School and Charlotte Christian.
Charles Allen ’86 proudly says he has been a Class Agent for Christ School since graduation. The New Orleans resident has kept his hands full in plenty of other ways, too. Strategic business development, technology, and philanthropy are Allen’s areas of expertise.
Christ School fosters an environment where ideas and suggestions from the boys are always welcome, no matter how big or small.
A new Peer Tutoring Program will be forever linked to Jack Slattery ’20. The senior from Cornelius, N.C., successfully pitched the program to Headmaster Paul Krieger and has worked with Director of Learning and Support Tina Evans to build a team of 24 tutors.
The highest-rated recruit in the history of Harvard University basketball is from Christ School.
Justice Ajogbor ’20 committed to the Crimson on Sunday, telling reporter Evan Daniels from 247Sports, “I’m deciding to play for the next four years at Harvard. Really for me the opportunity to play for coach (Tommy) Amaker, he's an awesome guy. The opportunity to go to a school like Harvard, is an opportunity I couldn’t pass up.”
Connor Booher ’20 and Richard Lytle ’20 are front and center every time there is a Chapel service at Christ School.
The Sacristan and Verger have distinguished themselves in another big way as National Merit Semifinalists, it was announced Wednesday. Less than one percent of all United States high school seniors achieve Semifinalist status in the National Merit Scholarship Program based off their performance on the Preliminary SAT.