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Throughout the long history of the OSAA one statement has remained true: the schools control the rules. This article by Mike Wallmark, former Associate Executive Director, details where OSAA rules came from, how OSAA rules can be changed by member schools, how OSAA rules are enforced, exceptions to OSAA eligibility rules and the appeals process for denials of hardship requests.
The Schools Control the Rules of the OSAA
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Major Rule Changes
This document outlines the major rule changes implemented in this year's Handbook.Major Rule Changes