Interscholastic athletics is a co-curricular activity and is an integral part of the educational process for student athletes in New Hanover County Schools. Athletics provide not only an avenue for the development of athletic skills, but for the development of the total person.
Athletics teaches life skills including responsibility, accountability, team building, fair play, and determination.
The New Hanover County School System emphasizes academic accountability and fair play. It promotes attitudes and practices that keep winning in perspective and discourages activities that would be considered unsportsmanlike.
IT IS THE BELIEF OF THE NEW HANOVER COUNTY SCHOOLS THAT ALL STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN COMPETITIVE ATHLETICS.
- Athletic Forms
- Athletic Passes
- Concussion Information
- Facility Use/Rental
- Middle School Sports Schedules
- NHCS Code of Ethics
- Outdoor Activity Weather Advisory Rules
- Parent Information
- Special Events
The athletic department at each of the New Hanover County High Schools has established a Student Athletic Pass, Senior Citizen Pass, and a Family Pass (for a family of four). These passes are for all regular season contests for the individual schools, except, endowment games, conference tournaments, and state playoffs.
The annual fees will be:
Student Pass - $40
Senior Pass - $60
Family Pass - $250 (for 4)
Individual Parent Pass - $125
If you have any additional questions or concerns with this proposal, please contact the athletic director of your respective school.
Mandatory NCLaw Concussion Consent Participation Packet for Student-Athlete & Parent/Legal Custodian MUST FILL OUT PRIOR TO PARTICIPATION. (Español)
NCHSAA Mandated Forms:
• Concussion Injury History
• Licensed Health Care Provider Concussion Evaluation Recommendation
• Licensed Health Care Provider Return to Learn Recommendations
• Return to Play Protocol
• Return to Play Form
CDC Concussion in Sports Educational Training Video for Coaches (beneficial for parents, athletes & others to watch as well)
- Eligibility for Interscholastic Athletics, Extra and Co-Curricular Activities (Board Policy 8502)
- NHCS Code of Ethics for Interscholastic Athletics, Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Activities (Spanish Version)
- NC High School Association Requirements for Participation
- Middle School
The gyms and athletic fields are scheduled through the Public Relations Department. To use the gyms there is a custodial fee and a rental fee. The fees and general user information can be obtained by calling Caress Clegg at 254-4319. It is recommended that you request the use of a facility as far in advance as possible. The demand to use facilities far exceeds the actual availability.
Physicals for Athletes
Athletic Accident Insurance
Information on the Athletic Accident Insurance and the Voluntary Parent Paid Insurance can be found at
BB&T FOOTBALL JAMBOREE
The Jamboree is sponsored by the New Hanover County Schools and BB&T Bank. The high schools who compete against each other during the school year start the season with the Jamboree. This is an occasion sustained by great parental and community support. The schools: John T. Hoggard H.S., Emsley A. Laney H.S., New Hanover H.S., Eugene Ashley H.S., Jacksonville H.S., Pender H.S., W. Brunswick, and White Oak. The Jamboree generates funds to provide scholarships for graduating senior athletes.
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