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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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  • 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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  • 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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    Inclement Weather UPDATE
    Specific to Early/Middle College, students will not report to school if either their home district schools are closed and/or A-B Technical  Community College is closed. If home district schools are closed but the college is open, students in Years 3 - 5 are expected to attend college classes if they can travel to campus safely.  All missed days must be made up. Early College will work with the students who miss school due to district closings so that they can make up their day(s) during our After School program.
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  •  BCS Insider Newsletter - October 27, 2014

    Insider October 27, 2014

    Check out the latest addition of the BCS Insider Newsletter. Read a column by Superintendent Baldwin and Chairman Rhinehart about the upcoming elections, see pictures from around the district and much more.

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  • Report Card Information

    Please note an important change to our report card release date. The school calendar indicates that report cards were to be released on Wednesday, October 29th; however, in order to ensure accuracy of the HOME BASE report card features, report cards will be issued between Wednesday, October 29th and Friday, October 31st.

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  • Tips for Cold and Flu Season

    This year, enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68) is causing an increase in severe respiratory illness in North Carolina and in the United States. Symptoms include coughing, sneezing, and fever.

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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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