NCCA Tournament Listing Clearinghouse Procedures


To have a USCF rated NC tournament included in this list, submit the tournament information to our clearing house, Jeff Jones. vpchesspig@aol.com. Typically we can get new tournament listings posted within a few days, AFTER clearinghouse approval. If you have made a request and it's still not listed after more than a week, please get back in touch with us. After your tournament has been listed, please verify that the information is correct and let us know if there are any changes or updates.

Also please check our neighboring states Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia for USCF rated tournaments.
Also check out the Forum for tournament news, last minute updates, and club events.

K-12 Scholastic Upcoming Tournaments

K-12 GP: NCCA K-12 Grand Prix. For current standing, visit K-12 Grand Prix Standing

DateName & Information Location K-12 GP

May 23, 2017

Tangle In the Triangle II - (week 4) Weekly Ladder

Morrisville

-

May 27, 2017

CCCSA: Unrated Scholastic 

Charlotte

yes

June 3, 2017

2017 North Carolina Girls' Championships 

Davidson

-

June 3, 2017

HIH 

Henderson

yes

June 10, 2017

2017 Carolinas Classic scholastic

Charlotte

yes

June 21, 2017

Hunter Quest 

Raleigh

yes

June 24, 2017

GSO Scholastic Chess tournament 

Greensboro

yes

July 29, 2017

HVCC 26 

Henderson

yes

August 9, 2017

Hunter Quest 

Raleigh

yes

August 19, 2017

GSO Scholastic Chess tournament 

Greensboro

yes

August 26, 2017

North Carolina Open - Scholastic 

Greensboro

yes

September 9, 2017

HIH 

Henderson

yes

October 7, 2017

HVCC 27 

Henderson

yes

October 14, 2017

GSO Scholastic Chess tournament 

Greensboro

yes

November 4, 2017

HVCC 28 

Henderson

yes

December 16, 2017

GSO Scholastic Chess tournament 

Greensboro

yes


Note: tournaments more than 12 months in advance are not shown to avoid the potential for confusion.

**Note: Normally we don't show out-of-state tournaments, but the SuperNationals is an extraordinary National event of great importance to our scholastic chess players.