NFHS Learning Center
The NFHS Learning Center currently offers about 90 online courses, including more than 60 that are free, for students, coaches, athletic directors, school administrators, parents, officials, performing arts educators, music adjudicators and others involved in high school sports and performing arts programs.
In addition, the NFHS hosts two different national recognition programs that are designed to promote professional development throughout the year – one is for schools and one is for coaches. Both programs have 3 levels of distinction based on the completion of certain courses.
NFHS School Honor Roll Program:
The NFHS School Honor Roll Program recognizes those schools with 90 percent or more of their coaches have successfully completed the required courses at each level. Schools that apply and meet the requirements earn a banner to hang in their school to highlight this national achievement. This national distinction is an opportunity for all schools to showcase their dedication and commitment to students and to education-based programs.
Schools can apply for the NFHS School Honor Roll Program via the following link:
NFHS National Coach Credential:
The NFHS National Coach Credential recognizes those coaches that have completed the required courses at each level, which are the same courses as the School Honor Roll program. This national credential was developed for individuals who are currently coaching or aspire to coach at the interscholastic level. The goal is to enhance the ability of the coach to better serve students, the school, the community, and the profession of coaching.
Schools can apply for the NFHS National Coach Credential Program via the following link:
NFHS Learn Courses
To view NFHS Courses by category, visit the links below: