Carolyn Rogers

Carolyn Rogers has spent the majority of her outstanding teaching and coaching career at Perquimans High School. After graduating from Western Carolina University, she eventually wound up at Perquimans and coached there from 1972 to 2009, including 21 years as volleyball coach but also coaching cheerleading, track and field, and basketball. Her volleyball teams won 10 league titles, finished second in the state twice and posted a 303-135 record. She has been a strong supporter of the NCHSAA Student Services program, participating in Student Athlete Summer Institutes (SASI) and Coach-Captain retreats, as well as being involved with Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). She is a charter member of the Perquimans County High School Hall of Fame and was the NCHSAA Toby Webb Coach of the Year Award winner in 2006.