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There is a student at our school who would like to be on our senior girls volleyball team. However, she also plays club volleyball during the high school season. Is she eligible to play on our high school team?
No, to be eligible for school provincial volleyball competition, a high school student is not permitted to play on a non-school volleyball team during the same season. (Section III.A., Pg. 39)
A Grade 12 student is participating in a foreign exchange in Norway this year. When he returns for first semester next year to finish his grade 12 studies, will he be eligible to play football?
Maybe! Policy states that an Albertan student who is returning after the conclusion of a one year student exchange program and who has completed his or her eligibility calendar in accordance with Section III.A.4a. may have up to one year of eligibility restored only if all of the following conditions are met: - student participated in an ASAA approved outgoing exchange program - the student is returning to the same ASAA member school that they attended prior to the exchange - the student meets all other ASAA eligibility requirements - the principal provides a letter confirming compliance with all of these points to the ASAA office prior to registration NOTE: The student is ineligible to participate in any sanctioned activity if he/she participated in any ASAA sanctioned activity, whether interschool or club, while on the exchange (Section III, Page 37).
If a student transfers schools in the middle of the school year, what must occur for that student to remain eligible for ASAA events?
If she took the normal 3 years to finish her high school diploma, the fall would be her fourth season, and she would NOT be eligible. An athlete is eligible for 3 consecutive years beginning with their grade 10 year. (ASAA Policy Section III, Page 37) Assuming that all other conditions of ASAA eligibility are met. The receiving school must submit a Student Transfer Form found on the ASAA website under forms and publications. This form must be signed and agreed upon by both the sending and receiving schools and then sent to the ASAA office. (Section III.E., Page 43)
This year an athlete is finishing her high school program, but wants to return for first semester next year to upgrade some subjects so she can go to University. Is she eligible to play volleyball in the fall?
If she took the normal 3 years to finish her high school diploma, the fall would be her fourth season, and she would NOT be eligible. An athlete is eligible for 3 consecutive years beginning with their grade 10 year. (ASAA Policy Section III, Page 37)
What does it mean by school registration?
Your school registration is the total number of eligible students grades 10-12 inclusive, that meet the standards for athletic eligibility. Your school's registration as of Sept 30th, must be entered into the Ex-Net system by October 10. (Guidelines to using Ex-Net, Page 139)
I am a new AD and I don't know what the username and password are to login to ExNet. How do I find it?
Call the ASAA office at 780.427.8182 and the staff will help you find your username and password.
I am hosting a tournament with a team from another province, do I need to sanction this tournament with ASAA?
Yes! (Section IV, Page 47). As the host school you are responsible for submitting the request for sanction in writing to the ASAA. The form is available on the ASAA website, under the forms and publications section. Check back on the website under the 'tournaments' section to see if your sanctioning has been approved.