In The News
New City Christian School has been featured multiple times in the news over the years. Below is a list of each of the times we've been shown in the media.
New City is a proud recipient of a 2019 grant from the Walnut Cove Members Association.
The Walnut Cove Members Association (WCMA) is comprised of a group of Cliffs at Walnut Cove property owners who are interested in supporting local nonprofit charities. Since its inception in 2007, WCMA has awarded over 345 grants, totaling more than $1.6 Million, to a diverse range of nonprofits. You can learn more about the WCMA here.
The Urban News featured New City in the following article citing our school model as a place where children can thrive.
Principal, Matt Fuller, was featured on WLOS News 13's "Never Stop Learning" segment on November 9, 2017. Mr. Fuller accepted a nation-wide challenge for school principals to read from bell to bell in honor of National Young Readers Week.
Asheville Citizen-Times contributor, Mara Watts, featured New City's Girls Running Club in an article on November 28, 2016.
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.
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.
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.
Please watch this short interview with a New City parent who explains beautifully the need for more choice in education.
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".