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NCASA Conference and Annual Meeting

Registration is now open for the Second Annual NCASA Conference. More details and the registration form are in this link. To register, complete the third page of the form and mail that to NCASA along with a check for the registration fee.

When - May 12, 2014, 8:45 - 4:30

Where - Simon G Atkins High School in Winston-Salem

Why: To provide educators a one-stop source for everything they need to know about scholastic competitions in North Carolina. Presenters from more than a dozen competitions will inform attendees on the benefits of their competitions, strategies for success, and awards available for students and schools. A comprehensive scholastic program well benefit your best students just as a comprehensive athletic program benefits your best athletes. If you want to create a scholastic program, expand your offerings, or improve your performance in competitions, you should plan to attend.

Cost to Attend - $100 per school. An unlimited number of attendees per school may attend for a single $100 fee.

The NCASA Annual Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Conference.

Welcome to the NCASA

Middle School Forensic Tournament

January 23, 2014 - The NCASA Board of Directors voted to present a statewide middle school speech and debate tournament in the 2014-2015 school year! Like our Facebook page to see details as they are developed by the forensic committee.

Last Updated (Friday, 31 January 2014 16:24)


Register for 2014-2015 NCASA Membership

NCASA has already passed 165 member schools! See member schools here.

Registration for NCASA Membership in the 2014-2015 school year is now open. All NCASA competitions are free for member schools. To join, simply fill out the online form HERE, then fill out and mail Part II with your payment. The membership fee remains unchanged from 2013-2014: $150 per school plus $0.25 per enrolled student. Using the LEA Form, an entire LEA can also register and receive a discount. After an LEA registers, each school must still register online.

NCASA is the second-largest school association in North Carolina and the fastest growing school association in the country. Join NCASA and find out why.

Last Updated (Thursday, 10 April 2014 17:33)


NCSSM Challenge Cup Announced

NCASA and the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics are proud to announce the creation of the NCSSM Challenge Cup. This award will be presented to the best middle school in North Carolina based on their performance in the twelve major statewide scholastic competitions. The NCSSM Challenge Cup was created to encourage schools to participate in scholastic competitions and recognize those schools that compete and succeed.

Schools earn points toward the NCSSM Challenge Cup by participating and competing in the five NCASA competitions plus the seven Cup Partner competitions available to middle schools. Five points are earned for participating in a competition, and up to fifty points are earned for a top ten finish in the State level competition. Use this link to learn more about the NCSSM Challenge Cup. Use this link to view our competition rules which detail the system used to award points towards the Cup.

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