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  • Final Exams Week

    6/2 - 1st Period Exam 

    6/3 - 2nd Period Exam

    6/6 - 3rd Period Exam

    6/7 - 4th Period Exam

    6/8 - Make Up Exam Day

    *Early Dismissal on Testing Days at 12:30; Afternoons will be used for make up testing if needed 

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  • Remind for Athletics

    Keep up with Ashbrook Athletics by using Remind - receive text messages with updates about our sporting events by texting 81010 the message of @ashbr  

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  • Athletes - Order Your Letterman's Jacket


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  • Important Senior Information

    Graduation Information for Students

    Senior Parent Letter 1

    Senior Parent Letter 2

    Senior Picnic Information

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  • Ashbrook Volleyball

    Varsity Head Coach: Kristen Zabalavicius (
    JV Head Coach: Heather Hobbins (
    Preseason workouts taking place right now for current high school students.
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 3:00-5:00pm
    ALL females interested in playing volleyball for the fall of 2016 season (including rising freshman) can start attending summer workouts beginning the week of June 20th. Summer workouts will be Tuesday, Wednesday andThursday mornings from 9:30am-12:00pm.
    All participants must have a current physical on file or in hand.
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  • Sports Passes for Sale

    We have All Sports passes for sale for $40.00.  They get you into ten events from any sport.  They may be purchased in the front office.

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  • Hall named most inspirational teacher

    Crystal Hall of Ashbrook High School was chosen by the student body as the most inspirational and motivational teacher for the 2014-2015 school year. The award was established by Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foltz to honor teachers who go beyond expectations to make a difference in the lives of students.

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District News

  • Graduating seniors visit kindergarten teacher

    Twelve years ago, W.A. Bess Elementary School kindergarten teacher Jill Nichols was honored as the Gaston County Schools Teacher of the Year. This year, the students from that class are graduating, and Nichols is retiring after a 30-year career in teaching. The students she first taught as 5- and 6-year-olds reunited at W.A. Bess Elementary one recent morning, where they visited with Nichols and reminisced about their time together, recreated their class yearbook photo and described how their journey to graduation began on the learning rug in Nichols’ classroom.

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  • Scholarship winner gives credit to his mentor

    Reggie Dawkins’ high school resume tells the story of a successful student with a promising future. The South Point High School senior was recently selected to receive the 2016 Paul Fuller Scholarship, which is presented to a senior who has been involved in the Gaston County Schools mentoring program. He will use it at Western Carolina University where he plans to study instrumental music education. Dawkins gives credit to his mentor, Van Hawkins, for helping him to achieve success.

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  • GCS honors Star Teachers and Star Students

    The annual Star Teacher-Student Awards ceremony sponsored by Gaston County Schools and The Gaston Gazette was held Thursday, May 12 at the Schiele Museum. The program recognized a senior from each high school who has accomplished many outstanding achievements and the teacher who had the greatest influence on that student’s educational career.

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  • GCS students chosen for Commissioners' School

    Sixty-six students from Gaston County Schools will attend the James S. Forrester Commissioners’ School of Excellence (CSE) June 12-17 and June 26-July 1 at Belmont Abbey College. CSE is a unique, two-week summer residential learning experience for rising tenth graders in Gaston County. It is similar to the prestigious Governor’s School of North Carolina program, which is for high school juniors.

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  • Lottery conducted for STEAM Academy

    Congratulations to the 300 students who were selected on Friday to attend the new Hawks Nest STEAM Academy when it opens in August. Click here to see the list of students selected in the lottery. Click here for a slideshow of pictures from the lottery.

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  • Proctors needed for end-of-year testing

    Our schools are in need of proctors to help with the elementary and middle school end-of grade tests, May 25-June 3, and high school end-of-course tests, May 27-June 8. Parents, school volunteers and community members who are available to help with end-of-year testing should contact the school in their neighborhood for more information.

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  • Gaston County Sports Physical Day

    CaroMont Health is sponsoring the 2016 Gaston County Sports Physical Day, Saturday, June 4, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at CaroMont Specialty Surgery in Gastonia. Cost is $10. For more information, please click here.

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  • Groundbreaking planned for new school

    Gaston County Schools will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday afternoon, June 6 for the new elementary school in west Gastonia. Crews have begun preparing the site located behind the existing Pleasant Ridge Elementary School for construction. The ceremony will take place at 4:00 p.m., and the public is invited. The elementary school is a result of the consolidation of three older schools – Rhyne, Forest Heights, and Pleasant Ridge – into a new school, which is expected to open for the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Ashbrook High
2222 South New Hope Road
Gastonia , NC 28054
704-866-6203 - Fax
Joey Clinton, Principal

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