The Sportsmanship Course on the National Federation of State High School Association’s (NFHS) Learning Center has been revised to provide updated material for high school coaches, administrators, parents and student-athletes.
The “Sportsmanship” course, which is intended to provide schools with a more positive game
environment, defines sportsmanship, provides examples of good and poor sportsmanship, and
discusses the roles of players, coaches, parents, fans and officials in the education-based setting of
high school sports.
“Understanding the role that each person plays with regard to sportsmanship is critically
important, and the revised course delivers that message in an engaging format,” said Dan Schuster,
NFHS director of educational services.
Course is free and available on the Learning Center at: