North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities Competition Rules

  1. Definitions
  1. BOD: NCASA Board of Directors.
  2. By-laws: NCASA By-Laws.
  3. Coach: One individual who is not a student (e.g.: a teacher, assistant principal, etc.) may serve as a Coach to train and supervise the Players.
  4. Competition: An event in which schools compete against one another to determine the schools with the best performing Teams.
  5. Enrollment: The number of students in grades 6-8 for middle school or 9-12 for high school according to the tenth day enrollment figures.
  6. Enrollment Classification: Schools with enrollments in a common range as determined by the BOD.
  7. Executive Director: NCASA Executive Director.
  8. NCASA: The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities.
  9. NCASA Competition: An interscholastic Competition whose results count toward the Scholastic Cup rankings conducted by NCASA.
  10. NCASA Competition Rules: This document.
  11. Member School: Any school that has been granted membership in NCASA.
  12. Non-Member School: Any school that has not been granted membership in NCASA.
  13. Partner: An organization that conducts a Partner Competition.
  14. Partner Competition: An interscholastic Competition whose results count toward the Scholastic Cup rankings that is conducted by an affiliated organization rather than the NCASA.
  15. Player: A student from a Member School who is a member of a Team.
  16. Region: A geographic section of the state as determined by NCASA Competition purposes.
  17. Regional Competition: A contest among schools in the same Region used to determine qualifying Teams for a State Tournament.
  18. Scholastic Cup: An annual award given to the Member School in each Enrollment Classification that receives the most Scholastic Cup Points in the current school year.
  19. Scholastic Cup Points: Points awarded to Member Schools for their participation and performance at NCASA and Partner Competitions.
  20. State Final: A contest among qualified Teams from Regional Competitions.
  21. Team: A group of Players from a single Member School that represents a Member School in Competitions.