10 things to know about the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA)

  1. We are a nonprofit association between and funded by the Calgary Board of Education and the Calgary Catholic School District that has been in existence for over 100 years.
  2. Our association does not charge families any money to take part in our leagues. All athletic fees are school based and monitored.
  3. Student’s eligibility to be involved in CSHSAA athletics is monitored by the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) and their policies.
  4. Each of our schools has designated feeder junior high schools as outlined by school board policy.
  5. Each school team must be supervised by an ATA certified teacher of the school jurisdiction to which that school belongs.
  6. All member schools of the CSHSAA and anyone directly connected to the school must refrain from recruitment or other forms of undue influence that would encourage a student to enroll or transfer for primarily athletic purposes.
  7. Students who transfer high schools within Alberta are ineligible for interscholastic competition until they establish their eligibility through the established ASAA process.
  8. Each sport has a specific season of play that can be found on the calendar of events posted on the CSHSAA website.
  9. Students are not able to compete for clubs teams during our season of play for the same sport. They would be deemed ineligible – (exceptions: soccer, field hockey and individual sports).
  10. The CSHSAA is administered by: Executive – comprised of several high school principals and a director from each school board; the Executive Director; an administrative assistant; specific sport chair people.

Senior High Athletics

10 things to know about the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA)

  1. We are a nonprofit association between and funded by the Calgary Board of Education and the Calgary Catholic School District that has been in existence for over 100 years.
  2. Our association does not charge families any money to take part in our leagues. All athletic fees are school based and monitored.
  3. Student’s eligibility to be involved in CSHSAA athletics is monitored by the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) and their policies.
  4. Each of our schools has designated feeder junior high schools as outlined by school board policy.
  5. Each school team must be supervised by an ATA certified teacher of the school jurisdiction to which that school belongs.
  6. All member schools of the CSHSAA and anyone directly connected to the school must refrain from recruitment or other forms of undue influence that would encourage a student to enroll or transfer for primarily athletic purposes.
  7. Students who transfer high schools within Alberta are ineligible for interscholastic competition until they establish their eligibility through the established ASAA process.
  8. Each sport has a specific season of play that can be found on the calendar of events posted on the CSHSAA website.
  9. Students are not able to compete for clubs teams during our season of play for the same sport. They would be deemed ineligible – (exceptions: soccer, field hockey and individual sports).
  10. The CSHSAA is administered by: Executive – comprised of several high school principals and a director from each school board; the Executive Director; an administrative assistant; specific sport chair people.
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