Programming: High School
A Diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder Doesn't Supersede Eligibility Rules
by John T. Wolohan March 2007
A high-schooler with Attention Deficit Disorder finds out that a diagnosis alone won't waive eligibility rules.
A High School Coach Can Be Present During Student-Led Prayers
by John T. Wolohan November 2006
A sympathetic judge rules that a high school coach can be present during student-led prayers.
by Michael Popke May 2006
Scoreboards and signage, among a small facility's biggest upgrades, require financial and aesthetic creativity.
by Michael Popke April 2006
High schools have gradually morphed into community fitness, recreation and wellness hubs, providing space for everything from public nature trails to private kayaking lessons.
by Paul Steinbach January 2005
High schools are beefing up square footage and amenities in workout spaces that increasingly resemble those of college football programs and private fitness centers.
by Michael Popke August 2004
The Olympic debut of women's wrestling could jump-start the sport at the prep level
A Strong Foundation
by Michael Popke April 2004
A new breed of booster club emerges as ambitious parent-based organizations take aim at funding major building projects
by Marvin Bynum May 2003
Combined high school/community recreation centers can offer their populations distinct benefits, but they must first overcome the inevitable scheduling and programming challenges
Athletic Field Maintenance Isn't Rocket Science
by Paul Steinbach April 2001
Athletic field maintenance isn't rocket science, but properly taking care of sports turf does require the right tools for a variety of jobs.
High School ADs Don't Need to Shoulder Building Burden Alone
by Richard P. Cozzi December 2000
High school athletic directors' job descriptions expand exponentially before and during building projects, but there's no need to shoulder the burden alone.