On November 1, 2016 The Arden Rotary Club painted a 25' X 50' map of the 50 states in New City's parking lot. A time lapse of the project was captured by Asheville Citizen-Times photographer, Angela Wilhelm.
Asheville Citizen-Times contributor, Mara Watts, featured New City's Girls Running Club in an article on November 28, 2016.
The statewide organization, Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC) spent a day at our school in the fall of 2015 and produced this video to help emphasize the need for parents to be able to select schools that best meet their child's needs.
Please watch this short interview with a New City parent who explains beautifully the need for more choice in education.
On May 1, 2016 Carolyn Frasier of Journey Christian News wrote an article about our Head of School, Derrick B. Lockwood and his vision for New City.
On April 21, 2014, New City was featured in an article by reporter Casey Blake in the Asheville Citizen Times discussing the merits of the NC Opportunity Scholarship program. Here's a screen shot of the piece with a photo of some of our amazing kindergartners by Bill Sanders.
On March 1, 2014, former Principal Lori Woods and a New City parent were guests on Michael Blanton's AM 570 radio show called Financially Speaking. Click here to listen to the podcast.
If you are a subscriber to WORLD Magazine, you can read an article about our former principal, Lori Woods, here.
The March 2013 edition of The Urban News talks about New City Christian School in an article entitled "Closing the Achievement Gap for Black Children".
On January 22, 2013, Tammy Watford of WLOS visited New City for a Never Stop Learning news segment. Mrs. Pinter and her 2nd graders, including Asia and Samar, showed their contagious enthusiasm for math.
On June 13, 2011, WLOS highlighted the mission of New City Christian School and recognized Coral Jeffries as its Person of the Week video.
On December 12, 2010, The Urban News featured New City Christian School in an article entitled "NC Report Card Shows Achievement Gap Persists".