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.

Solar panels on the Lower School

Carolina Day School has taken an additional significant step in reducing its carbon footprint and energy costs by expanding the school’s existing solar system this summer. In June, additional solar panels were installed on the Lower School and Nash Athletic Center, expanding Carolina Day’s existing solar system that began with the installation of solar panels on the Upper School two years ago. 

Remembering Charles D. Owen Jr. ACDS '53 (1935–2021): Alumnus, leader, benefactor, and friend

Today we join the family of Charles D. Owen Jr. (Charlie) and countless other individuals and institutions in Western North Carolina to mourn his loss and celebrate his life. A cornerstone community member, benefactor, and leader in our region, Mr. Owen has been directly involved with our school for 80 years. He was an alumnus of Asheville Country Day School, and he was an ACDS parent, Trustee, CDS benefactor, grandparent, and Regents Council member.