MPHS Earns Level 1 Honor Roll Status 06/22/2020
Cabarrus County Schools is proud to announce that Mount Pleasant High School has earned Level 1 status in The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) School Honor Roll. In earning Level 1 status, more than 90 percent of the coaches at Mount Pleasant High School have completed the core course Fundamentals of Coaching along with three of the Learning Center’s most significant courses – Concussion in Sports, Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Protecting Students from Abuse. Mount Pleasant High School is the first school in the Cabarrus County School System to earn Level 1 Honor Roll status.
“The coaches of MPHS are dedicated to becoming the best coaches they can be on the playing surface, with professional development and, most importantly, the development of the overall student-athlete,” said Brad Hinson, CAA, director of athletics. As a physical sign of completing Level 1 certification, Mount Pleasant High School will receive a large display banner for its school gymnasium to commemorate its accomplishments and dedication to professional development and education-based activity programs. Congratulations to Mount Pleasant High School!
About NFHS School Honor Roll
The newly instituted NFHS School Honor Roll is a national recognition program designed to promote professional development for high school coaches by completing specific online education courses through the NFHS Learning Center (www.NFHSLearn.com).