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  • Buncombe County Early College

    Debate Team
    Places at Major Tournament


    The brand new BCEC Debate Team participated in two debate tournaments this fall: first at Bob Jones University in October, and most recently at the Cougar Classic at Asheville High School on November 22.

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    Grant Hipps and Ashley Lilly placed in the top ten of Public Forum teams out of 42 participating teams from four states at the Cougar Classic Tournament.  

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  • BAILEY THOMPSON
    *** B Thompson ***
    2014 Amy Charles Short Prose winner
    Read her winning entry under "Student Awards" on the  "Academics" tab.
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  • Julie Maimes
    Julie Maimes is BCEC
    2014 Teacher of the Year
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  • BCS Continues to Outpace National and State Scores on The SAT

    In results recently released by The College Board, Buncombe County Schools’ (BCS) Class of 2014 boasted an SAT composite score of 1543, which is 60 points higher than the North Carolina average and 46 points higher than the National average. The SAT composite score is comprised of three testing areas: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. For BCS, the individual testing results were: 520 for Critical Reading, 531 for Mathematics, and 492 in Writing.

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  • HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE
    Year 1 & 2, M-F 
    Years 3-5, M/W/F
    Block 1 - 8:25 - 9:50
    Block 2 - 9:55-11:20
    Block 3 (House/Lunch/Lab) - 11:25 - 12:30
    Block 4 - 12:35 - 2:00
    Block 5 - 2:05 - 3:50
    After-school support - 2:05 - 3:40
     
    Years 3-5, T/Th
     Block 1 - 8:00 - 9:25
    Block 2 - 9:30 - 10:55
    Block 3 (no HS classes) - 11:00 - 12:30
    Block 4 - 12:35 - 2:00
    Block 5 - 2:05 - 3:50
     

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  •  BCS Insider Newsletter

    BCS Insider Newsletter, December 18

    This edition of the BCS Insider features information on the free Office 365 downloads for faculty and staff, as well as a message from Superintendent Dr. Tony Baldwin, and other great stories from around the district.

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  • Twilight School

    Twilight School Helps Students Graduate

    Buncombe County Schools' Graduation Initiative will again be offering the Twilight School program for high school students to earn new credits or recover credits in the evening. Any student who has failed a course and needs to repeat it or any student who needs a new course to get back on track for graduation may apply.

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  •  Credit By Demonstrated Mastery

    Credit By Demonstrated Mastery

    BCS Middle and High School students will have the opportunity to earn credit for high school courses. It is an opportunity for an individual student who has an exceptional mastery of course content and who wishes to earn credit and move on into something more meaningful or challenging.

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  •  Microsoft Office

    Free Microsoft® Office 2013 Professional Plus Downloads Available To All BCS Students

    This opportunity is part of the district’s Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES) agreement and will provide students with a tool for learning at home using the most current, universally accepted platforms in the marketplace today.

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