Baseball • Boys' Basketball • Boys' Cross Country • Boys' Golf • Boys' Ice Hockey • Boys' Soccer • Boys' Swimming & Diving • Boys' Tennis • Boys' Track & Field • Cheerleading • Football • Girls' Basketball • Girls' Cross Country • Girls' A Golf • Girls' B Golf • Girls' Ice Hockey • Girls' Soccer • Girls' Fastspitch Softball • Girls' Swimming & Diving • Girls' Tennis • Girls' Track & Field • Gymnastics • Volleyball• Wrestling
NDHSAA oversees boys' and girls' athletics in high schools in the state of North Dakota. The following sports are sponsored by NDHSAA: Baseball, Golf, Swimming & Diving, Basketball, Gymnastics, Tennis, Hockey, Track & Field, Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Wrestling and Softball.
Advisory Committees meet after the completion of each season to make recommendations to the Athletic Review Committee. Recommendations voted on and forwarded to the Athletic Review Committee for consideration. Agendas and minutes are available on the NDHSAA website.
The Athletic Review Committee meets twice a year to review recommendations from Class B District Chairs, Class A Review and Advisory Committees. Recommendations are voted on and forwarded to the NDHSAA Board of Directors for their consideration.
Constitution & By-Laws
The NDHSAA guiding document is our Constitution and By-Laws. For a pdf of this document, click here.
Code of Conduct
Purpose: To elevate standards of Good Sportsmanship and to encourage the growth of responsible citizenship among the students, member schools and their personnel. Click Here for a pdf of the NDHSAA Code of Conduct
Each Class B district chooses a member to represent their district on the District Chairs Committee. Each district submits items for discussion at the semi-annual District Chairs meeting. District Chairs traditionally meet at the State Volleyball tournament to review fall sports and in June before the Board of Directors meeting to review winter and spring sports. Recommendations are reviewed, voted on and passed on to the Athletics Review Committee for review. Agendas and minutes are available on the NDHSAA website.
Class A Athletic Directors traditionally meet after fall sports and after winter and spring sports to make their recommendations to the Athletic Review Committee. Recommendations are passed on to the Athletics Review Committee for consideration. Agendas and minutes are available on the NDHSAA website.
Officials and head coaches of basketball, gymnastics, hockey and wrestling must take an open book test in the sport(s) in which he/she is a head coach/official. The test is available on-line only and must be completed and submitted within the applicable window.
Skin Infection Webinar
Compliments of a leading healthcare provider in Harrisburg PA and Fresh Health Innovations LLC, the NWCA will provide a FREE web-based skin infection education video to all junior high and high school athletes, coaches, parents, and athletic trainers in America. The webinar focuses on the identification, prevention, and treatment of skin infection in all sports.
Webinar Link – www.nwcaskinprevention.com