All students must complete a minimum of ten hours of community service to be eligible for graduation. These hours should be completed by the end of the junior year.
Students should select service projects that are posted on the school website. All other projects should be pre-approved by the community service coordinator.
A+ tutoring/mentoring hours can count as community service hours if the tutoring/mentoring fits the guidelines of community service and a community service form is completed for the activity in addition to the tutor log.
Knowing and following all MSHSAA standards will enable a student to protect his/her eligibility for MSHSAA interscholastic competition. Activity participation should be for all students making appropriate progress toward graduation and otherwise in good standing.
Grades received the preceding semester will determine eligibility to participate in interscholastic activities.
The student shall have earned, the preceding semester, a minimum of 3.0 units of credit. This means to pass 6 of 7 classes the previous semester.
The student shall currently be enrolled in and regularly attending courses that offer 3.0 units of credit. (student aides, etc does not count as a full class)
A beginning ninth grade student shall have been promoted from the eighth grade to the ninth grade for first semester of eligibility.
A student must be making satisfactory progress towards graduation as determined by local school policies. There is a maximum age limit for participation
Dual Enrollment/MOVIP: Students planning to participate in dual enrollment/MOVIP classes should visit with their counselor or Activities Director to make sure they will be eligible to participate in MSHSAA sanctioned activities. More information can be found at: www.mshsaa.org.
Before a student is eligible to participate in college athletics at the NCAA Division I or Division II level, the NCAA Clearinghouse must certify the student. Part of that certification process includes making sure that the student has successfully taken the required number of core courses. The required number of core courses is listed below. For further requirements to be deemed eligible, contact the Counseling Center.