Two months ago the Greenies hosted Charlotte Christian and lost by 20 points. This past weekend however, Christ School basketball won when it mattered most, defeating the #1 ranked Charlotte Christian squad, 52-45.
(Left to right: Palmer Straughn, Director of Admission; Mike Payne, Assistant Director of Admission; Coco Parham, Admission Office Manager; Mike Gardiner, Associate Director of Admission)
Welcome to the Christ School Admission website. Here you will be able to find resources to help you during your process: an application, timelines and processes, financial aid information, and more. I encourage you to study our website and admission materials, but more importantly, I encourage you to come and visit: Come for a campus tour, meet our teachers and students, eat in our dining hall, and watch a Greenies’ game.
It is our dedicated faculty, diverse and vibrant student body, non-pretentious attitude, and focus on an all-boy private school education that allows Christ School to provide such a rich and fulfilling experience. We look forward to working with you and your family throughout the admission process.
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.
For the fourth time in as many tries, the Greenies defeated Rabun Gap in convincing fashion, this time by twenty two points. With a final score of 69-47, Christ School basketball will move on to the State Quarterfinals against number 1 ranked Charlotte Christian (24-1).
A fantastic swimming season has come to a close for the Greenies, after competing at the NCISAA Division 1 Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center on Monday. The Greenies placed 11th out of 14 teams, but continued to set personal records throughout the day.
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.