Programming: High School
How Is Open Enrollment Affecting California HS Sports?
by Jon Catalini August 2015
Every year we seem to be getting dangerously closer to a different type of "National Signing Day," where it isn't about choosing a college but picking a high school.
OHSAA Reverses Course on Charter, STEM Students
by Marc Pendleton August 2015
Five area high school football teams reverted back to their original divisions from 2014 and eight others were realigned following the Ohio High School Athletic Association's release of new divisional assignments late Thursday night.
Principal, AD Back; District Still Mum on Grade Changes
by Brenda Rindge, email@example.com August 2015
The Goose Creek High School principal and athletic director have been reinstated, district officials said Friday.
Sources: Football Eligibility Focus of Grade Probe
by firstname.lastname@example.org August 2015
The Goose Creek High School principal and athletic director are accused of altering a student's grades so that he would be eligible to play football for the Gators, according to sources familiar with the probe.
Prep Coaches Feeling Time Crunch Under New Rule
by Rhiannon Potkey email@example.com 805-437-0282 August 2015
In the second year under the CIF-Southern Section rule that limits participation to 18 hours a week, coaches are scrambling to get their teams prepared for the regular season.
Principal, AD on Leave Amid Grade-Altering Probe
by Brenda Rindge August 2015
Goose Creek High School s principal and athletic director are on administrative leave amid allegations of attempted grade-tampering for a student-athlete, sources told The Post and Courier on Wednesday night.
Prep AD: Losing Facilities to Jump-Start Future Goals
by Justin Pelletier; Sports Editor August 2015
Lewiston High School Athletic Director Jason Fuller is faced with the prospect of losing most of the school's facilities to the impending project to relocate a pair of elementary schools.
Scandal Behind It, Sayreville Football Returns to Field
by Jerry Carino, @NJHoopsHaven, USA TODAY Sports August 2015
As the Bombers return to the gridiron -- conditioning and weightlifting this week, with training camp opening Aug. 17 -- job No. 1 for the new head coach and everyone around him is to move forward without losing sight of the past.
District Takes Rare Step to Test Athletes for Drugs
by James Yodice, Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico) August 2015
The misconception is easy to have, and often it leads to the wrong conclusion: Only teenagers in big cities can lay their hands on drugs. "You can get drugs anywhere," said Billy Burns, the athletic director at Logan High, a school in a remote area of eastern New Mexico with about 85 students in grades 8-12.
Lawsuit Targeting Prayer in High School Sports Settled
by Massarah Mikati, Deseret Morning News (Salt Lake City) August 2015
A federal lawsuit filed against a school district in Georgia for allegedly violating First Amendment rights by allowing football coaches to lead students in prayers and include Bible passages in team materials has been settled.