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Recent News

Meet Ms Kristin and Ms Chelsea, our School Counselors

This week is national school counselor week, and ArtSpace is grateful to have two amazing school counselors supporting the social-emotional needs of the students.  Ms. Kristin returns for her second year as ArtSpace’s counselor and ...

Mornings in Motion

SWANNANOA, NC - ArtSpace Charter School has always offered free morning care for students beginning each day at 7:30.  On Tuesday, November 27th students were invited to join the inaugural day of “Jump Start” a ...

15 Years of Shakespeare in the Valley!

FIFTEEN YEARS OF SHAKESPEARE IN THE VALLEY: AN ARTSPACE JOURNEY - John Hall, 6th Grade Language Arts and Social Studies Teacher I began my teaching job at ArtSpace Charter School in the fall of 2003, ...

8th Graders at ArtSpace Make Chemistry Visual

[caption id="attachment_8028" align="alignright" width="155"] An example of an elemental trading card[/caption] All across North Carolina 8th grade students learn about the basics of chemistry, as it is a major focus of the NC Essential Science Standards. ...

Red Meander Project and Old Depot Association

ArtSpace Charter School  is once again grateful for the support of The Old Depot Association of Black Mountain for supporting a public works project that is an homage to the mountain valley in which the school ...

The Little Prince: Time Bandits – A Multilayered Performance

[caption id="attachment_7705" align="alignright" width="300"] One of the LIttle Prince's[/caption] Recently 4th grade students at ArtSpace Charter School performed an original multi-layered social studies play entitled “The Little Prince Time Bandits”.  This piece combined puppet theater ...

ArtSpace Grateful for Partnership with Old Depot Association

Over the years ArtSpace Charter School has depended on the generosity of various community organizations to support special programming that would not be affordable otherwise.  ArtSpace is very grateful for their continued relationship with the ...