Rules Meetings

MHSAA Rules Meetings

By Representative Council Action each head coach of a varsity team in a sport under MHSAA jurisdiction shall complete the MHSAA rules meeting for that sport for the current school year. If the head coach does not complete the rules meetings, an administrator or designee from that coach’s school shall do so. All Rules Meetings may be completed online, and the MHSAA also provides a schedule of on-site meetings throughout the year. Follow the link below for details and schedules.

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MHSAA Library


Visit the Library for a wealth of archived articles, publications and videos pertaining to school sports and the MHSAA.

Upcoming Events

Officials Video Training

The MHSAA is pleased to announce its new Officials Video Training Page! We are excited to offer this new medium as an expansion of our many seminars, camps and clinics to offer the most pertinent and valuable resources an official can have: case plays from actual game situations.

While the library is limited at this time, we wanted to call your attention to this exciting new endeavor. Refer to this page frequently (from "Officials Video Training" on the nav bar at left) as the library grows to include more sports, and more clips within each sport. In time, it is our goal to allow you -- officials, assignors and approved associations -- to submit videos. Stay tuned for further news on the development of this page!

Training and Leadership Resources

  • MHSAA Library

    The MHSAA Library offers volumes of archived reference materials addressing the role of school sports in our society. We encourage you to share these items and make them part of your athletic lesson plans! Go to the MHSAA Library >>

  • American Athletic Institute


The MHSAA Coaches Advancement Program (CAP) is an educational program geared to assist coaches in their growth and development as they advance in the field of educational athletics.

Each head coach of a varsity team hired for the first time as a head coach at any MHSAA member high school shall have completed either Level 1 or Level 2 of the MHSAA Coaches Advancement Program (CAP). Get started today!

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The MHSAA Women In Sports Leadership Conference is the first, largest and longest-running conference of its type in the country. The conference is designed for those interested in becoming a high school coach, administrator, official or athletic trainer and is held in Lansing every other year.

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The MHSAA offers a wide variety of training and educational opportunities for its student-athletes and registered officials. From student Captains Clinics and Sportsmanship Summits to Local Approved Association officiating camps and MHSAA Train the Trainers sessions, we can put you on the road to success in school sports. Visit the pages below for information on various programs.

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