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Upcoming Events

May30

Graduation

Location: Auditorium Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
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    ACA women win school’s first state soccer championship

    The women’s soccer team ended with an undefeated 15-0-3 record, and became the first ACA soccer team to gain a state championship. Leading scorers for the season were: Emily Grice 25, Julianne Vanderkwaak 8, Lauren Douglas 7, and Megan Rasku, CJ Graham, Rachel Sulaski with 6 each. Leading the assist category, Emily Grice had 9, Megan Rasku had 8, and Rachel Sulaski had 5. Sabrina Jones allowed only 10 goals all season, an average well under 1 goal per game. The coach is Terry Hughes. Big congrats, ladies!

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    ACA senior wins top female athlete in all of Western North Carolina

    ACA Senior Taylor Robinson was awarded the 1A-2A Western North Carolina Athlete of the Year award from the WNC Mountain Amateur Awards Club. Robinson was among 71 finalists invited and one of the 19 high school winners at the event. The WNC Sports Awards Banquet has been in existence for over a half-century, focusing on honoring the best high school athletes and teams in the Western North Carolina region. Taylor is ACA’s all-time women’s basketball scoring leader with over 1,000 points. She earned all-state honors in volleyball and basketball twice each, and was a five-time letterman with all-conference honors three times. Taylor will be playing basketball collegiately for Covenant College in the fall. A well-deserved honor, Miss Taylor Robinson.

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    Head of School's Vision and Heart

    GALA a smashing success! If you missed this short video from Bill George, take time to view it here.

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    Soccer Finishes a Historical Season!

    Asheville Christian Academy’s varsity women’s soccer finishes their season in a monumental fashion. The Lions capped the season being the only undefeated team in WNC (15-0-3), producing the first ever state championship title in soccer at ACA. The 2015 Lions also hold the most wins in a season and fewest goals allowed in regards to varsity women’s soccer at ACA. Emily Grice broke the school record for most goals scored in a season with 25 and Sabrina Jones tallied most shutouts in a season with 9.75, 80 saves and only 10 goals allowed. The road to the state championship was difficult for ACA but with unwavering determination, the 4th seed lions were set out with something to prove. In the quarter finals the Lions took on state playoff ready 12th seed Gaston Day School (12-6-1). Gaston Day had momentum after beating the 5th seed Harrells Christian Academy and gave ACA all they could handle for 80 minutes. ACA survived 1-0 with a single goal from Emily Grice. The Lions then took on the top seed St. David’s School (17-4-1) in the semifinals. The match went the distance with an unanticipated heroic goal from Raegan Waites in the 68th minute mark, giving a 3-2 lead to punch an ACA ticket to the finals. In the finals the Lions faced Caldwell Academy jumping on them early with goals from Rachel Sulaski and Emily Grice in the first half of play. Caldwell would not recover, solidifying an ACA title and capping off a perfect season. With one senior captain leading the charge, Hannah Thornburg finishes her final athletic high school endeavor as a champion. On an even brighter note, the Lions will have nearly their entire team returning and have a good shot at topping the charts next year as well. Congratulations to Coach Terry Hughes on a wonderful season by leading and mentoring this team to a title. Go Lions!

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    Taylor Robinson Wins WNC Female Athlete of the Year

    ACA Senior Taylor Robinson won the 1A-2A WNC athlete of the year award from the WNC Mountain Amateur Awards Club at the WNC Sports Awards Banquet. Robinson was among 71 finalist invited and 1 0f the 19 high school winners at the event. The WNC Sports Awards Banquet has been around for over a half century focusing on honoring the best high school athletes and teams in the Western North Carolina region. Robinson earned All-State honors in volleyball and basketball and will be playing collegiate basketball for Covenant College in the fall.

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    ACA Golf Finish Great Season

    Coach Happy Fox has a lot to be proud of from his varsity golfers this season. The Lions finished the season with an 18-5-1 record, placed 2nd twice in CAA conferences matches, and finished 5th in the NCISAA State Golf Tournament this year. As far as individual accolades go, Will Tamplin had a solid season earning All-Conference and All-State honors. “It is an honor and privilege to coach this group” said Coach Fox who is looking ahead. Coach Fox is already working on additional tournaments, practices and just leisurely golf over the summer months with his players. With high expectations, the Lions hope to use this impressive season as momentum going in to the next year. Congratulations on a great season and Go Lions!