Seth Shuler ’23 proves that age is only a number every time he hits the water.
The Christ School junior is the youngest fly-fishing guide in the state of North Carolina, which is an honor in and of itself.
Readers of the Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine believe that Seth’s ability to find trout is well beyond his years, too, having nominated him for Fly-Fishing Guide of the Year in the publication’s 12th annual “Best of the Blue Ridge” year-end awards.
The son of Christ School Outdoor Program Director Mike Mohney P’23 has always gravitated to the type of recreation that western North Carolina's mountains are best known for. Whitewater kayaking, in particular.
Families looking to call Asheville their home in 2021 face some inescapable truths.
The desirability of the city is at an all-time high, with tourism and development having withstood the brunt of the pandemic. Secondly, the growth has come at a price – namely the steady rise in housing prices.
Christ School was lucky to discover Chris Singleton back in 2019.
These days, Singleton is so in demand that he is on the road 140 days a year, sharing his message of resilience, faith, and unity with schools, churches, and corporations, as well as professional and college sports teams.
Singleton returned to campus Wednesday, as part of the new “Lift Every Voice” speaker series.
Dean of Students Drew Hyche ’94 announced Friday that two boys new to the Christ School community, Vincent Lytle '24 and Wiley Kessler '25, are the first Students of the Month for the 2021-22 academic year.
“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”
Albert Einstein gifted the world many pearls of wisdom, including a quotation that the boys embodied on Wednesday – Christ School’s annual Day of Service. Greenies spread goodwill throughout the Asheville area, volunteering for non-profits and charities at more than 30 different sites.