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Let Lily Play

Lily Everette has been playing baseball at CDS since she was in middle school, pursuing the sport she picked up when she was barely a year old, throwing and hitting with her dad in their backyard. But in 2022, the NCISAA ruled her ineligible, kicking off a months-long fight. On April 13, 2022, a week after a second appeal from CDS to the NCISAA, the news came. Though she will remain ineligible for the current season, she and other girls can play baseball in 2022-23.

David Dvorscak

Each year, the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) honors a high school teacher for innovation in teaching playwriting as part of their curriculum, regardless of discipline. Key factors are quality of instruction, philosophy behind the use of playwriting instruction in the classroom, and successful realization of student work. This year, David Dvorscak, Carolina Day School Upper School Theatre Director, was named one of two recipients of this significant award.

OM - state competition 2022 at WCU

Having placed first at the Odyssey of the Mind (OM) regional competitions on April 12 at McDowell High School, all six CDS teams competed at the State level at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee on Saturday, April 2. One CDS team placed first at State, qualifying them to advance to the World Finals which takes place May 25-28 at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa.

2021 One Act

The Theatre Department at Carolina Day School is celebrating their newest theatre production presented by the 2021 One-Act class, an original physical theatre piece called “Now What Question Mark.” The class performed the piece for the first time at the North Carolina Theatre Conference One-Act Festival, earning incredible accolades.

Map of Sgro property and public park site

During these extraordinary times, more and more Asheville-area residents are spending time in the great outdoors, often in public parks and recreational facilities. Today, the City of Asheville and Carolina Day School (CDS) announce two exciting initiatives that will positively impact the Asheville community: the purchase of land by the City of Asheville for a much-needed public park space, and the exploration of a partnership that will create opportunities for community use of the school’s athletic complex.