Select a Topic
Information Not Specific to a Sport
- AAA Scholar-Athlete Program
- Accepted Exchange Programs
- Advertise With Us
- Archived Championship Centrals
- Athletes of the Year
- Athletic Directors Information
- Athletic Participation Numbers
- Regional Supervisor Assignments
- Case For High School Athletics
- Code of Conduct
- Core Values and Beliefs
- Ejections Information
- Endowment Corporate Donors
- Hall of Fame
- Health and Safety - (formerly Sports Medicine)
- Heat and Humidity Guidelines
- Host City Partners
- Lighting Standards
- Maps and Directions
- Middle School Information
- Mission Statement
- Open Dates
- Preferred Vendors
- Rules and Regulations
- Severe Weather Guidelines
- Spirit of Sport Award
- Sports Memorabilia Display
- Student Athlete Advisory Council
- Strategic Plan
- Tiebreaking Procedure
- Tobacco, Alcoholic and Controlled Substances
NCHSAA RECORD BOOK
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association Record Book is one of the most comprehensive in the nation and one of the most visited parts of the NCHSAA website.
The Record Book chronicles student-athlete achievements in a variety of sports and is now exclusively on line. The book was begun in 1987 and there were three hard copy versions that were printed by the Raleigh News and Observer. Now the book is maintained on line entirely by the NCHSAA and is updated regularly.
The record book follows the same protocol for documentation that is done at the national level by the National Federation of State High School Associations. Coaches, for instance, may send in record applications and then provide the appropriate documentation (scorebook copies or scoresheets, statistics box, cumulative statistics, etc) for the record category. Sometimes newspaper clippings are also sent for verification purposes.
Those records which might receive national recognition are then forwarded to the NFHS for consideration.
Not only does the Record Book list state record holders in a variety of sports and categories, but there are "performance listings" similar in format to the national record book. In many cases there is a top 10 or even more in certain areas. The records are based on what has been submitted and then approved for publication.
The Record Book link stays on the front page, down the right side of the page, or you can access it by clicking here at http://www.nchsaa.org/page.php?mode=privateview&pageID=556.