A broad program of interscholastic competition is available to Erwin High Students and all are encouraged to participate. Erwin High is a member of the Mountain Athletic 3-A Conference and of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.

The following sports are available to our students:
Fall: Men's Soccer, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Football, Women's Tennis, Women's Volleyball
Winter: Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Cheerleading, Wrestling, Swimming
Spring: Baseball, Men's Tennis, Track, Softball, Women's Soccer, Men's Golf 

If you are interested in Track & Field,  please complete this survey.  

Mission Statement
The mission of the Erwin High School Athletic program is to strive for excellence in the educational and athletic arenas within an atmosphere of sportsmanship. Our program will strive to develop individual and team potential by promoting high standards of competence, character, civility, and citizenship.  
Athletic Philosophy
We believe that participation in interscholastic athletics is a vital part of the total educational experience. It is our aim to make available the opportunity to participate in athletics to all students at Erwin High School. With this premise, the athletic program of Erwin High School will be administered on the basis of educational values. These will include academic, attendance, and behavioral requirements, as well as adherence to North Carolina High School and National Federation of State High School rules. Within the framework of these regulations, the primary goal of the Erwin High School athletic program will be to provide for the growth and development of student athletes in a positive atmosphere that nurtures a positive self-concept. Emphasis will be placed on the physical, social, emotional, and academic growth of each student athlete. Our athletic program will seek for each participant to reach his or her fullest potential as a high school student athlete while always respecting the dignity of every athlete. We want to provide the best possible opportunity for our athletes to have a positive learning experience through interscholastic athletics.

Athletic Policies
-To be eligible to participate in any sport, a student must meet scholastic requirements, have parental consent, approval of a medical examiner, and insurance.
-Students must have a sports physical and signed athletic packet turned in to the school before tryouts of their sport of each school year.
-Students and their parents will be provided a copy of rules, regulations, and the county drug policy by the coach of their particular sport.
-Students must be in attendance for 50% of their classes to be eligible for practice or contest.
-Eligibility for sports must be verified based on the courses passed and attendance in the previous semester. Students must pass 75% of their classes.

2020-2021 Athletic Handbook
Parent Information Packet
Insurance Forms  
Bilingual Physical Examination Form

Questions regarding the athletic program can be directed toward the Athletic Director at 828 232 4251.