CarolinaPreps.com is a multi-faceted, well connected media company that specializes in providing timely and relevant scholastic sports news in the state of North Carolina, while also promoting its communities, student-athletes, coaches, and schools.
The mission of Carolina Preps is to serve the state of North Carolina and its communities by providing in-depth coverage of high school athletics, while promoting the schools, student-athletes, and coaches that compete.
Carolina Preps is committed to having a positive impact on the communities of North Carolina by promoting the student-athletes, coaches, and schools that compete on its playing fields.
With a journalistic cornerstone, Carolina Preps purpose is to become the “go-to” destination for information and in-depth media coverage of high school athletics, while providing interaction opportunities for its readers and followers via message forums and social media platforms.
Carolina Preps also serves its communities by acting as a digital reference book, providing readers and schools with a wealth of historical information and other reference materials.
The roots of CarolinaPreps.com goes back to 1997 with the creation of NCFootball.com, and later with NCHSFootball.com, one of the pioneer websites providing high school football coverage on the internet.
In September of 2007, former coach and insider Chris Hughes rebranded the site as CarolinaPreps.com. Formerly part of the Scout.com / Fox News network, Carolina Preps is now an independent source for high school football news which makes our coverage much more versatile and unique compared to other outlets.
CarolinaPreps.com features a front page with the latest news and updates, a heavily visited Fan Forum where fans from across the state interact daily, the most comprehensive Team Pages in existence that provides team schedules and scores, stats, information, as well as historical date that goes back to the 1950’s, head coaching records, and the very popular Stadium Project that showcases high quality photo galleries of nearly every stadium in North Carolina. CP also features daily and weekly video webcasts and radio podcasts.