National Division II Christian Homeschool Association
              2019 Tournament Dates: 
Thursday, February 28th - Saturday, March 2nd
Our tournament director for 2019 is Mark Hoffhines. He is currently a graduate student in the sport management department at Wichita State University and an intern for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. Prior to entering the sport management program, Mark taught junior high and high school social studies for three years, including two years in Ashland, KS and one year in Independence, KS. He received his undergraduate degree in history/government education from Pittsburg State University in 2014. Please help me welcome Mark to the ND2 family!
Mike Stewart
Chairman, NDIICHA Board of Directors

Registration is now open. ADs Click on the Registration tab at the top of this page.

Registration is a two step process:
FIRST STEP:  Click on the registration tab at the top of this page. Click on NDIICHA 2019 Registration Form. Fill out the form.
SECOND STEP: A Google Doc will be sent to you with a page for each of your teams where each team's roster, games, scores, etc is to be filled out.

As of 1/11/19 the following programs have completed the tournament registration and are in the process of completing their individual team Google Doc forms:

Christian Family Educators        Winona, KS
Cornerstone                          Topeka, KS
Des Moines Warriors                Des Moines, IA
Hastings Red Tide                  Hastings, NE
Independence Home School    Lawrence, Kansas
Jaguars Christian Homeschool   Grand Junction, CO
Metro Warriors                       Omaha, NE
Newton Panthers                   Newton, KS
Norfolk Crusaders                    Norfolk, NE
Reno County Sabres               Hutchinson, KS
Sioux City Warriors                 Sioux City, IA

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MISSION: Our mission as a Division II organization, is three fold:

  • Provide Post Season God glorifying tournaments
  • Cater to teams who want a balanced approach to athletics
  • Create a less expensive alternative for competitive teams