High School All-America Program Nominations

All-America/All-Region Nominations

This award is presented bi-annually to both male and female players. All players receiving All-America status have the opportunity to be recognized at the annual NSCAA Convention each January.

To be eligible for All-America and/or All-Region consideration, players first must be selected by their respective state through a recognized coaches' selection program. Each state is awarded a specific number of slots on the All-America and All-Region teams based on the number of high school coaches that are current NSCAA members.

Coaches of eligible players will receive an access code from their respective regional chair that must be entered before the nomination form is enabled.

Nominations for the 2016-17 academic year are now closed.

Scholar All-America Nominations

This award is presented annually to both male and female players that are high school seniors. To become a Scholar All-America at the interscholastic level, a player must first be nominated by his or her head coach. The coach must be an NSCAA member at the high school level. To be nominated, players must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or better (on a 4.0 scale) through the first semester of their senior year, must have demonstrated recognized excellence in high school soccer and must have performed community service at the local, regional, or national level.

The Scholar All-America Committee examines the resumes of the eligible candidates and then selects the team.

Nominations for the 2016-17 academic year are now closed.