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    Golden Raffle Tuition Ticket

    The golden ticket raffle winner will receive a Tuition Certificate providing free tuition for one student for the 2015-16 school year. Raffle tickets are $50 each. Only 500 tickets will be sold! You do not have to be present to win. This certificate is valid for the youngest student in the family. The raffle winner may apply the certificate to their youngest student's tuition or gift it to another family.

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    Battle of the Books

    These students are members of ACA’s Battle of the Books, a middle school team coached by Mrs. O’Steen and Mrs. Hutzler. Over the course of the school year, BOB members read 27 young adult novels chosen by a committee of librarians across North Carolina. Students meet with Mrs. O’Steen twice a week to practice quiz bowl-style questions about the novels, and yesterday all those hours of reading and practice culminated in a competition against four other schools. Asheville Christian Academy came in second place!

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    Famous American Day

    One of the highlights of second grade is the Famous American project. Each student choses an American, reads at least one biography, creates a poster, and prepares a presentation. On March 13, we had “Famous American Day.” Each second grader came to school dressed as his or her Famous American. Posters and reports were presented to students in other Lower School classrooms.

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    Eat Spaghetti for Hoops for Habitat!

    Come out and support the Hoops for Habitat event Friday, January 23 when ACA’s basketball teams will take on rival Carolina Day School. During game intermissions, students, parents, and fans will be able to purchase bottomless spaghetti bowls to enjoy while watching the event. All proceeds go toward the Habitat for Humanity $18,000 goal that our students have been fundraising for since the beginning of the school year. ACA has raised over $8,000 towards their goal and were recently approved with Carolina Day and Christ School for a $4,000 State Farm grant.

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    Coach Torri Render Coach of the Year

    ACA’s Torri Render received Western North Carolina’s Coach Of The Year Award. Coach Render led the Lions to the NCISAA State championship, defeating Caldwell Academy 3-1 in the finals. Along with a state championship, Render’s group won the Carolina Athletic Association tournament title as well as their regular season co-championship. The 26-6 Lions were led by players Taylor Robinson (NCISAA All-State Honors), Maribeth Harrington (All-CAA Honors), Kate Condra (All-CAA Honors), and Bethany Sikkink (All-CAA Honors). Coach Render is in her 4th season at Asheville Christian Academy.

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    McIlwain Signs to Play College Basketball

    Wednesday was a big day for Asheville Christian Academy's big man. Lions senior center Jeff McIlwain signed to play college basketball for UNC Pembroke with hundreds of his classmates looking on during a ceremony in the school's new cafeteria. McIlwain is 6-foot-9 and averaged 8.6 points and 7.8 rebounds per game as a junior for the Carolinas Athletic Association regular-season and tournament champion Lions (24-5). McIlwain was selected to the All-CAA team and is one of three returning starters for this season's team. "We wish Jeff the best, he has worked hard for this opportunity," ACA coach Andy Ray said. "We're looking forward to a fun season now that he knows where he is going."