Welcome Parents and Students
Please use this page as a reference point for information concerning your school, your sport or your activity and NDHSAA. The NDHSAA site is undergoing a renovation so please check back to view changes and additions.
|Executive Director||Associate Director||Assistant Directors|
|Matt Fetsch||Brian Bubach||Justin Fletschock|
|Administrative Assistants||Business Manager|
|Tom Mix||Sue Carlsrud||Sharon Prosby|
For contact information and job descriptions, please go to the Staff section of our webpage
NDHSAA calendars are posted on the Calendar page of the NDHSAA website. A 7 year tournament rotation calendar, a 7 year date calendar and a current year tournament site calendar are all posted. Calendar dates and tournament locations are reviewed by the NDHSAA Board of Directors each April. Access to all Calendars
Constitution and By-Laws
The NDHSAA guiding document is the NDHSAA Constitution and By-Laws
The four years in which you represent your high school in interscholastic athletic competition conducted under the auspices of the North Dakota High School Activities Association (NDHSAA) may be four of the most enjoyable years in your young life. As you compete, your school will have local rules and regulations you must follow in order that your interscholastic participation and competition can be a profitable educational experience. The NDHSAA also has rules and regulations incorporated into the Association's Constitution and By-Laws to which students, as well as school personnel and fans, must adhere.
To aid with eligibility questions, we have created two documents. Please contact the NDHSAA office for questions concerning eligibility.
The first document describes the By-Laws of the NDHSAA that apply to you and your athletic eligibility. It is designed to help you safeguard your athletic eligibility while you participate in interscholastic athletics. You are strongly urged to review the following material with your principal, coaches, and especially with your parents to be eligible for high school competition. Complete information may be found in the NDHSAA Constitution & By-Laws. Safeguarding Your Eligibility.pdf
The second document is a condensed version of eligibility.
NDHSAA Behavior Expectations (formerly 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. NDHSAA Behavior Expectations
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
NDHSAA sponsors many regional and state tournaments for activities in North Dakota. A sport and/or activity specific tournament information tab may be found on the main page for each sport and activity. Please go to Athletics or Fine Arts at the top of any page and click on the sport or activity you are interested in. You will find a tournament information tab on these pages.