Programming: High School
- High School to Dedicate 700-Seat Facility
by Tremayne Hogue March 2017
For the first time in school history, Oakwood High School will now have a dedicated sports facility to accommodate soccer, field hockey, boys and girls lacrosse and track.
- Hacker Sentenced in Steubenville Rape Case
by Andrew Blake March 2017
A Kentucky man who said he helped hack a high school football team's website in order to draw attention to an infamous 2012 rape case was sentenced Wednesday to two years in federal prison.
- 'Build a Wall' Chant Breaks Out at HS Volleyball Match
by Jean Cowden Moore March 2017
At least one player on Simi Valley High School's junior varsity boys volleyball team shouted, "Build a wall," during a varsity match at Oxnard's Pacifica High School on Tuesday night.
- High School's International Roster Raises Questions
by Thomas Clouse March 2017
When 6-foot-9-inch Stephane Manzi walked off the plane two years ago carrying only a bag, the kid from Rwanda met the man who would lead him this past weekend to an Idaho state high school basketball championship.
- Utah Senate Approves Restructuring of UHSAA
by Benjamin Wood March 2017
The Utah Senate on Wednesday approved a bill requiring the Utah High School Activities Association to shrink its board, install an appellate panel and follow state open meetings and records requirements.
- California High School Hit with Title IX Suit
by Jason Scott March 2017
In a class-action lawsuit filed this week, female athletes at Red Bluff High School in California claim that the school has failed to provide equal access to sports programs and facilities and is in violation of Title IX.
- High School Athletic Center Gets Fundraising Boost
by Linda Hall March 2017
The Wooster City (Ohio) Schools’ board received a big piece of cardboard representing an actual check for $362,000 at its Tuesday evening meeting.
- Rule Allows HS Coaches to Hold Year-Round Practice
by The Arizona Daily Star March 2017
On Friday, the Arizona Interscholastic Association voted to permit the state's high school coaches to operate unlimited year-round practices.
- Georgia HS Association Director Agrees to Retire
by Stan Awtrey March 2017
The GHSA unanimously approved a proposal from the executive committee on Monday that will pay Phillips' salary and benefits through the 2017-18 school year. He will retire from the job this summer.
- District Rules Out Crumb Rubber Infill Amid Concerns
by Sun Journal March 2017
School Administrative District 75 has ruled out a controversial product as an option for synthetic turf field infill at a new Mt. Ararat High School.