NSSA - National Scholastic Surfing Association

The National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist its members in their interest to learn and develop the fundamentals and skills of surfing competition while competing in structured and quality events. The NSSA promotes the qualities of discipline and competitive excellence while supporting the merits of academic achievement to young surfers. The NSSA strives to provide a fun surfing experience for all of its members.

The NSSA is one of the few national youth sports organizations that require its participants to maintain academic standards in order to compete. Since 1978, the NSSA program philosophy has been that athletics and scholastics go hand in hand. More than 80 NSSA events are run nationwide that culminate with the annual National Championships which is regarded as the highest profile youth surfing event in America.


2017/18 NSSA Season


Northwest
Northwest Explorer Boys - (9 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Girls - (5 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Juniors - (7 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Menehuene - (4 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Mens - (2 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Seniors - (3 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Super Girls (12 & under) - (1 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Super Groms - (5 surfers)
Northwest Explorer Women - (2 surfers)


Southwest
Southwest Explorer Boys - (21 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Duke - (5 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Girls - (6 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Juniors - (27 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Menehuene - (16 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Super Girls (12 & under) - (2 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Super Groms - (6 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Super Seniors - (3 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Women - (6 surfers)
Southwest Explorer Womens Longboard - (2 surfers)
Southwest Open Boys - (21 surfers)
Southwest Open Girls - (12 surfers)
Southwest Open Juniors - (37 surfers)
Southwest Open Mens - (45 surfers)
Southwest Open Mini-Grom - (9 surfers)
Southwest Open Super Girls - (7 surfers)
Southwest Open Women - (13 surfers)


Gold Coast
Gold Coast Explorer Boys - (6 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Girls - (1 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Juniors - (9 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Masters - (1 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Menehuene - (6 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Super Girls (12 & under) - (3 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Super Groms - (1 surfers)
Gold Coast Explorer Womens Longboard - (1 surfers)
Gold Coast Super Seniors - (3 surfers)


Northeast
Northeast Explorer Juniors - (1 surfers)


Northwest
Northwest Open Boys - (3 surfers)
Northwest Open Girls - (2 surfers)
Northwest Open Juniors - (13 surfers)
Northwest Open Longboard - (3 surfers)
Northwest Open Mens - (7 surfers)
Northwest Open Mini-Grom - (4 surfers)
Northwest Open Women - (6 surfers)

Hawaii
Hawaii Explorer Boys - (8 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Juniors - (3 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Longboard - (1 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Menehuene - (9 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Mens - (3 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Super Girls (12 & under) - (3 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Super Groms - (3 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Women - (3 surfers)
Hawaii Explorer Womens Longboard - (2 surfers)
Hawaii Open Boys - (10 surfers)
Hawaii Open Girls - (2 surfers)
Hawaii Open Juniors - (10 surfers)
Hawaii Open Longboard - (4 surfers)
Hawaii Open Mens - (5 surfers)
Hawaii Open Mini-Grom - (5 surfers)
Hawaii Open Super Girls - (3 surfers)
Hawaii Open Women - (3 surfers)