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High schools within the State of Oregon, public or private, and high schools in bordering states that meet additional requirements set forth by the Executive Board, are eligible for full membership in the Association if they meet all of the following qualifications: Subscribe to the Articles, Rules, Executive Board Policies, Executive Board Interpretations, Participation Limitations, Sports Seasons, Plan Books and Officials Fees (collectively, the Regulations) of the Association.
Participate in at least one OSAA Activity each season, per gender to be eligible for OSAA state championship events.
Each full member school shall be a member of and subject to the rules of the district/league/conference to which it is assigned.
Such rules shall not supersede or conflict with the Regulations.
Associate Member school dues are based on the number of students attending the Associate Member school (0 for 1-100 students; 0 for 101-500 students; 0 for 501 students).
Associate Member school students are not eligible to practice or participate in a contest until the Associate Member school is listed on the OSAA website.
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The public and non-public high schools of Oregon voluntarily agreed to form the Oregon School Activities Association for the following purposes: (a) to formulate and make policies to promote high ideals of citizenship, fair competition, sportsmanship and teamwork which will complement the member schools’ curriculum programs; (b) to foster uniformity to standards in interscholastic activity competition; (c) to organize, develop, direct and regulate an interscholastic activity program which is equitable and will guide and promote the health and physical welfare of all participants. All states in the United States and several of the Canadian provinces have organizations with a similar objective.
All states in the United States and several Canadian provinces have banded together and formed the National Federation of State High School Associations with an executive office in Indianapolis, Indiana, that serves the entire United States through its press service, publication of Rules Books, distribution of video materials and in many other ways.
The values of high school activities and their impact upon the lives of Americans are immeasurable.
Not only do interscholastic activities benefit and directly influence participants, but they also instill pride and unifying spirit among students, fans, schools and communities throughout the nation.