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Note: This site documents N.C.’s work on making public schools tobacco free, from 2000 until state law went into effect in 2008, and is provided as a resource for states and communities currently working to make their schools tobacco free. Factual information reflects research and data from 2000-2008.

School Districts in NC with 100% Tobacco-Free Policies

As of July 16, 2008, 115 of North Carolina's 115 School districts have adopted 100% Tobacco-Free policies. The school districts are highlighted on the map available by clicking the thumbnail below or the first item in the bulleted list below.
N.C. School Districts that have adopted a 100% Tobacco-Free Schools Policy.

  1. School Districts in NC with 100% Tobacco-Free Policies (PPT, 130 KB)
  2. Graphs Illustrating Impact of Tobacco-Free Policies in North Carolina Schools (PPT, 62 KB)

The MS PowerPoint files linked above, which highlight the impact of the Tobacco Free Schools movement in North Carolina's school districts, are typically updated every month. You are welcome to use the files for presentations, handouts, or fliers. To view, you may need to download the free PowerPoint viewer (link opens in new window). If you require a different file format, please contact us at 919-707-5400.




Updated: December 19, 2019