North Paulding Athletics
On behalf of the administration, faculty and staff of North Paulding High School, it is our pleasure to welcome you to the North Paulding Athletic home page.
We are very proud of our accomplishments since we opened in 2007. We have outstanding facilities and a quality athletic program that is competitive with the top schools in Georgia. Due to the hard work of many, our athletic program has developed into a program that represents the North Paulding community with pride. We are proud of the character of our players, our coaches, and our supporters. We know that by participating in sports - whether on the field, on the court, or in the stands - we are bound together by common goals, determination, perseverance, and teamwork.
As we move forward, our commitment to excellence will continue.
This website provides information on our athletic programs. Let me encourage you to check out your favorite sport(s). In addition, your ongoing support is essential as we strive to produce quality student-athletes both in the classroom as well as in the athletic arena. We invite you to come to our games and become a member of the Wolfpack community. We look forward to seeing you!
Region 5-AAAAA Membership
Congratulations to the following members of the PACK who signed national letters of intent with colleges and universities this year.
Ashley Taylor - Western Carolina
Jace White - Kennesaw State
Mac Seagle - Maryville College
Jack Senkowitz - Univ. of the Cumberlands
Nikki Vaughn - Georgia Highlands
Jamie Allen - Shorter College
Taylor Wilks -Rollins College
Hannah Taylor – Middle Georgia College
Erin Stitt – Middle Georgia College
All websites are independent from North Paulding High School and are maintained by booster clubs or coaches.
Eligibility for Competition
The governing body for all competitive interscholastic teams is the Georgia High
School Association (GHSA). The GHSA by-laws state, “All students establishing
eligibility asentering 9th graders are automatically eligible for the first semester.”
All entering 9th graders are eligible to try out for all GHSA-sanctioned activities
at the highschool. At the end of the first semester and all subsequent semesters,
a student who wishes to try out must pass a minimum of five out of six courses
and be on track for graduation.
Students will not be permitted to practice or participate in athletic activities on a
school day if they have been absent for more than one-half of the day or have
served in-school suspension that day.