Category: Education

ABIPA Health Highlights – August 2013

ABIPA Newsletter: August 2013 (PDF)

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Asheville’s School Bands

Over the generations music has inspired many quotations. Albert Einstein once said, “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I Read more »

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A-B Tech South Launches Customer Service Academy

A-B Tech South, A-B Tech Community College’s newest campus located in Arden, is gearing up to meet local businesses’ needs by hosting a new certificate Read more »

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Sorority Keeps Name Alive Through Spelling Bee

Competition Helps Students Improve Vocabulary Over and over, they asked, “May I have the definition?”; “Will you use it in a sentence?”; and “Will you Read more »

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Chapter Honors Graduates

By Sarah Williams Gamma Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority hosted its annual Senior Appreciation day May 4, 2013 at Tried Stone Missionary Read more »

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Three Men and a Brush

The Hall Fletcher Elementary School mural was created by Alex Irvine, Ian Wilkinson, and Ernie Mapp.    Photo: Urban News

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Local Church Offers Summer Tutoring Sessions

Is your child struggling academically in the areas of English, Math, or Spanish? If so, the T.E.A.C.H. Program (Tabernacle Enrichment Advancement Community Help-Center) is specifically Read more »

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Green Opportunities June, 2013

Green Opportunities June, 2013 (PDF)

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Pathways for Degree Seekers

A-B Tech has expanded its partnership with Goodwill Industries and will offer credit-bearing classes starting in August at Goodwill’s Training Center, 1616 Patton Ave., in Read more »

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Free Health Sciences Camp

For Males Ages 14 and 15 A-B Tech is hosting a free Health Science Boot Camp that is open to all males ages 14 and Read more »

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