WELCOME TO NORTH ASHEVILLE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
It is with extreme gratitude that we welcome your family to North Asheville Christian School. Over the last decade, NACS has been serving families throughout Buncombe County and the surrounding area. Students of all ages have walked these halls, filled our classrooms, progressed academically and learned to serve. Most importantly, hundreds of students have built a relationship with Jesus Christ, many meeting Him for the first time.
The education of your child is something that obviously you take very seriously. There is no doubt that God is very interested in how you educate your child. Scripture clearly teaches us that we are to love God and then teach our children to do the same. This is the lifelong process of Kingdom Education; leading a child to Christ, building up a child in Christ, and then equipping a child to serve Christ.
Knowing the Bible is the foundation of all truth, it naturally becomes the foundation for Kingdom Education. As parents, you can know with confidence that all instruction done here at NACS will be bible-based and honoring to God. As committed teachers pour into your students each day, they instruct exclusively with a biblical worldview.
As we partner with you as a family and the local church, NACS is humbled and grateful to be part of the instruction and equipping of your child. Together we will prepare young men and women for future generations to come to know Jesus, love Him and serve Him always. We will celebrate the scripture of III John 4 “…no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.”
May you immediately be at home here and quickly become family. The leadership of North Asheville Baptist Church, the school administration and faculty are all at your service. Again, thank you for your confidence and for
joining the NACS family.
Head of School
Midterm Progress Reports Are Posted to ParentsWeb!
Please take a moment to review your student's second quarter midterm progress report. If you have concerns with RenWeb, please contact Mrs. Rice in the school office.
NACS will be closed Wednesday, November 27- Friday, November 29 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Happy Thanksgiving from your NACS family!
Record-Setting Fall for NACS Volleyball
The North Asheville Christian girls’ volleyball team had its finest season to date in 2013. The Lady Crusaders posted the best record in school history, set several individual school records, and advanced to the national Christian schools tournament for the very first time.
Led by senior co-captains Grace Royal and Haley Wilson, NACS finished the year with a record of 23 wins and 6 losses, including a perfect 6-0 showing in the Blue Ridge Christian Conference. Included in those wins were a 6-1 record and 2nd-place finish in the Blazer Blast tournament, a 2-0 sweep to the BRCC postseason tournament championship, and finally, a 3-3 record at the National Association of Christian Athletes national tournament. That showing placed the Lady Crusaders 8th (out of 37 teams) in the tournament.
Individually, junior Hannah Smith led the way with multiple honors. She was named the AVCA/MaxPreps North Carolina Player-of-the-Week for the week of October 7-11. She was also named to the all-tournament teams at the Blazer Blast and NACA tournaments, and was all-conference and Co-Player of the Year in the BRCC. During this season, Hannah set the school records for single-season kills (453), kills per game (5.7), hitting percentage (.525) and service aces (81).
Haley Wilson joined Hannah on the Blazer Blast all-tournament and BRCC all-conference teams, and shared the BRCC Co-Player of the Year honor as well. Haley finished second on the team in both kills and service aces.
Grace Royal was the Lady Crusaders’ other individual honoree, being recognized on the BRCC all-conference team. Grace set school single-season records with 519 assists and 6.5 per game. She also led the team with 35 digs.
The NACS Lady Crusader volleyball team was: seniors Grace Royal and Haley Wilson, junior Hannah Smith, sophomores Rebecca Cantrell, Kaila Meeks and Jami McNair, 8th-graders Kristen Bremner, Jedidah Groseclose, Emma Newton and Makenzie Rice, manager Aaron Browning, scorekeeper Jenny Newton, assistant coaches Ashley Peluyera and Sandra Royal, and head coach Todd Hornaday.