Rams News · NFHS LEARN!!!! Great opportunity for coaches and athletes…


Coaches and athletes check out nfhslearn.com for some great resources and classes.

Coaches right now is a great time to make sure you are caught up on all your coaching certifications (Fundamentals of Coaching, heat illness, cardiac, and concussion). 3 out of the 4 are free! There are also some great leadership classes you can take to improve and learn new strategies in your specific sport.

Student-athletes NFHS learn is a great chance for you to become more informed as an athlete. Most courses are free and include NCAA eligbility, Nutrition, Leadership, etc.

About NFHS…

The NFHS, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the national leader and advocate for high school athletics as well as fine and performing arts programs. Within our 51 member state associations (including Washington, D.C.), we serve 19,500 high schools and more than 12 million young people.

The NFHS writes playing rules for high school sports and provides guidance on a multitude of national issues. We offer online education courses for high school coaches,officials, students, parents, and speech and music leaders through the NFHS Learning Center. We showcase high school sports and performing arts online through the NFHS Network.

Ultimately, our goal is to ensure that all students have an opportunity to enjoy healthy participation, achievement and good sportsmanship in education-based activities.

The public sometimes abbreviates the full legal name of the National Federation of State High School Associations as NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HIGH SCHOOLS™. While not as accurate a description of our mission as the full legal name, the abbreviation aligns with our acronym (“NFHS”) and suggests our mission of service to the high school community. We are proud to answer to whichever name the public may choose to call us.

The NFHS promotes amateur sports participation and athletics programs at the high school level. In addition, the NFHS provides leadership in the field of high school athletics/activities administration, establishes rules and regulations for the sanctioning of high school athletics/activities events, and formulates model rationales for high school eligibility rules for use by high school athletics/activities administrators.