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ASAA Virtual Free Throw Challenge!

We’re challenging the province to a free throw contest! Test your accuracy with the free throw challenge!

How to Play

There are two categories that students may compete in: Individual or Unified Sports.

Midget Football

Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021

To: ASAA Member Schools

From: ASAA Executive Committee

Re: ASAA Policy regarding Midget Football


Season of Play Updated Memo

Dear ASAA Member Schools:

The ASAA Executive Committee has approved a request from one of ASAA’s zones to allow for flexibility on Seasons of Play for all twelve ASAAA sports. Effective immediately:

The football season of play will start on March 15, 2021 and continue through to June 30, 2021.
All other ASAA sports are approved for an “open” season of play immediately (March 9, 2021) and the season of play will continue through to June 5, 2021.

Track and Field Provincials

Dear ASAA Member Schools:

On November 20th, the ASAA Executive Committee, with the support of a majority of the ASAA Zones, approved a modified schedule for 2020/21 ASAA provincial championship dates. Built into that schedule were assessment dates by which the Zones empower the ASAA Executive Committee to determine, based on current circumstances, whether or not running a provincial championship in each sport is viable.

Click on the link provided to read the full memo.

Special Hall of Fame Presentation

This amazing team has dedicated their entire careers to this point in support of leadership and administration as a husband-and-wife team committed to Three Hills School and the province of Alberta. There is little doubt that independently neither the school nor the province would have been as well served, but together the benefits to both have been extraordinary and exponentially impressive.
To read the full write up for Michael and Shauna Vaughan please Click Here.

Impact Registration Open

LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR HIGHSCHOOL STUDENTS AND ADVISORS

Award Deadlines Extended!

The COVID-19 pandemic has paused school athletics, but it has not stopped the educators who continue to find creative ways to support their students.
Each year at the ASAA Annual General Meeting, we celebrate outstanding administrators, coaches, and athletes for their contributions to high school sport in Alberta. In a year full of unknowns, constant pivoting, and lots of flexibility, we want to say thank-you to the educators and administrators who go above and beyond for their student-athletes.

 In Memory of John Bauer

In Memory of John Bauer
With great sadness, we announce the death of John Bauer.
John was inducted into the ASAA High School Hall of Fame in 2018 for his tremendous work in high school sport as a volleyball and basketball official, and former teacher. He is well known in his community both as an educator and as an official. John often volunteered to train minor officials so that they can progress on their journey of supporting high school sport in Alberta.

Yearbook Cover Contest Begins

The ASAA is looking for its next cover art for the upcoming 2020-2021 Provincial yearbook.

The Alberta School’s Athletic Association (ASAA) oversee the following 12 sports and Unified Sports events for all high schools in Alberta. These include: basketball, volleyball, team handball, badminton, curling, wrestling, football, cross country, golf, track & field, cheerleading, rugby, Unified bocce, Unified bean bag toss.

Cheerleading Super Series Virtual Training

The ACA has a new initiative for scholastic cheer athletes. Please see the attached letter and image or additional information.

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Member School Sponsorship Templates

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