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On Thursday, March 16, Hunter Macomber '19 threw a no-hitter at the Perfect Game Lake Point Showdown in Emerson, Georgia. Perfect Game is an elite amateur baseball scouting organization that produces over one hundred tournaments and showcases each year across the country. At Perfect Game events, players perform against top level competition in front of college recruiters and professional scouts from all over the country.
American Whitewater Journal published an article written by Greenie Richard Lytle '20. The article, entitled "Safety at the Green Race," explores a competitive creek race held annually on the steepest section of North Carolina's Green River Narrows.
For its winter production, Christ School Theater will perform Agatha Christie's classic play And Then There Were None. The production will run from February 23-26 at 7:30pm in Pingree Theater.
Christ School students have been recognized in the 2017 WNC Regional Scholastic Art Competition, a juried competition that recognizes outstanding artwork created by students in grades 7-12. Christ School is also one of ten schools featured in the Asheville Regional Airport Student Artwork Showcase. Seven Greenies are featured in the exhibit, which will remain on display until March 5, 2017.
On Monday, January 16, 2017, over fifty students took part in the annual MLK Day March and Rally. Greenies marched alongside thousands of community members, distinctive in t-shirts designed for the march. The shirts featured a quote from Dr. King's address at Oberlin College: "We must learn to live together as brothers, or we will perish as fools."
On Friday, January 27 at 7:00pm, Greenies will take on defending national champions Oak Hill Academy. The game supports Access2Success, the foundation that brought Greenies Justice Ajogbar and Wisdom Asaboro to Christ School. A2S is a nonprofit that works to provide sustainable programs and generate positive change for Nigerian children and their families.
In December, Christ School's art classes officially moved into the new Kennedy-Herterich Art Studio.