FBRA for Boys

The Boys Campus is located at 1990 Riverside Drive in Woodfin, just north of Asheville’s city center. Our 2015 green-built, custom Deltec structure sits on three acres of beautiful riverfront land. The site is a perfect fit for our unique programming and mission. The site offers a safe, autonomous campus and also provides access to a flat, calm stretch of the French Broad River ideal for:

  • academic fieldwork and research
  • whitewater canoe instruction
  • conservation and restoration service projects

FBRA for Girls

The Girls Campus is the former site of French Broad River Academy Boys Campus. It is located in Asheville, North Carolina in the River Arts District at 191 Lyman Street, which is home to Riverview Station. The building was built in 1905 and was originally a tannery. It is now home to several local artists and craftsmen as well as the French Broad River Academy. We are a half-mile from Carrier Park, the French Broad River Park, RiverLink, 12 Bones Smokehouse, multiple river accesses, green spaces, easy access to the interstate, and various other artist studios.

Asbestos Compliance Statement: During December of 2016, in compliance with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Asbestos Hazards Emergency Response Act, we had inspections conducted at both the boys and girls buildings for the purpose of identifying asbestos-containing building materials (ACBMs). The inspection findings were included in an asbestos Management Plan which is on file in the school administrative office. The EPA requires us to annually notify you that we are aware of the AHERA regulation, and that we are in compliance.
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