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Upcoming Events

December18

Middle/Upper School Christmas Concert

Location: Auditorium Time: 7:00pm
December19

Noon Dismissal

Basketball Girls (Middle School) at Hickory Christian Academy

Time: 2:30pm  More Information

Basketball Boys (Middle School) at Hickory Christian Academy

Time: 3:30pm  More Information
December22

Christmas Break

Thru: 1/5/2015
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    Middle and Upper School Christmas Program this Thursday

    Instrumental and vocal production begins at 7:00 p.m. Come all to celebrate the coming of the Savior!

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    Boys raise $100 for Al Jones Ministry

    Two of our students, Oliver and Noah, gave handmade drawing to neighbors for donations to the Al Jones Ministry and raised over $100, and then bought toys with the funds raised. But these toys were for children of prisoners, through the Al Jones Ministry. The ministry began with Al Jones coming to Christ while awaiting trial, in prison. After his release, he became a pastor. Mr. Jones had a heart for those in need and started a food ministry. He expanded the ministry to collect toys for the children of inmates at local penitentiaries. Al Jones passed away in 1995, but his ministry continues. Working together with several local churches, ACA is able to distribute toys to approximately 190 children! We should be filling approximately 220 applications from inmates this year. Recipient inmates must have visitation rights with their children. The inmates receives the toys, wrap them, then watch their children unwrap the presents at a party given by the respective facility. What a great opportunity to share the love of Christ with them.

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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."

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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."

  • ACA Men's Basketball Season Preview

    The 2014-2015 edition of the Asheville Christian Academy men’s basketball team has a lot to live up to. Last year the Lions had a record breaking year. They finished 24-5 overall, won the regular season conference title, the conference tournament title, beat Christ School three times and made a trip to the semifinals of the state tournament. Those accomplishments are now in the past and a new and different team take the floor this season. Leading the charge for the Lions will be three college prospects who posses not only talent but also big game experience. Junior point guard, Jordan Shepherd will rank as one of the top players in WNC this season. A wiry 6’3” frame and an uncanny ability to get by his defender and score in the lane will draw lots of attention from the opposition. Shepherd averaged 13 points and 4 assists last season. 6’9” senior Jeff McIlwain will man the interior for the Lions. An improved low post game along with great size will make him a tough matchup for most teams. McIlwain will look to improve on his 8 points and 8 rebound averages from a year ago. 6’5” junior Michael Steward will see his role expand this season for the Lions. Steward is making the move from the post to the wing and has a good chance to finish as a double digit scorer. The improved play of 6’8” junior Wale Ogundeyi, playing alongside McIlwain and Steward, give the Lions a tall and physically imposing front court. Sophomore Coleman Compton will bring solid outside shooting and stability on both ends of the floor. Adam Beaver is one of only two seniors on this year’s squad and the young Lions will rely on his experience both on and off the floor. Two transfers from Mountain Heritage, Alex Cash and Jared Sellers, will be competing for playing time with both supplying much needed outside shooting. Juniors Lucas Sluder and Zach Andrews along with sophomore Alex Jenkins were members on a solid JV squad last year and look to take the next step at the varsity level. The ACA schedule may prove to be one of the toughest in school history. The Lions will face off against local public school powerhouses Erwin and Pisgah. They will also travel to the 1A state finalist from a year ago, Avery High School. Perennial state champion contender East Rutherford is also on the Lion schedule twice this season. On the private school front, the Lions will take on top ranked teams Gaston Day and Davidson Day and will have battles night in and night out in conference play. Christ School will be strong yet again as will a talented Rabun Gap team. ACA’s biggest rival Carolina Day will be much improved this season. The Lions open up the year in a tip off classic on Friday, November 13th against Cary Christian in Winston Salem. They take on the host school, Calvary Baptist, on Saturday, November 14th. Next week the ACA Lion women’s basketball team, led by new coach John Williams, will be previewed.

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    Women’s Volleyball Team is State Champ!

    The ACA varsity women’s volleyball team won the NCISAA 2-A Volleyball State Championship over Caldwell Academy in the championship match in High Point, NC. They won their first three matches of state play over Burlington Christian, St. David’s and Epiphany School. ACA won their Carolina Athletic Association (CAA) conference regular season co-championship and also won the CAA tournament championship. Maribeth Harrington, Taylor Robinson, Kate Condra, and Bethany Sikkink earned all-conference, and Taylor was named all-state. Pictured with the team are coaches Torri Render, Sarah Johnson, and Susan Herzog. Big congrats, team!