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MIAA 2013 Distinguished Service Award Winners

Charlie Butterfield
Rita Castagna
Jeff Mandell
Mike Rubin

Luis Macedo - John E. Young Award

Bob Holmes - Friend of the MIAA Award

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Why Does the MIAA Need Tournament Revenue?

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association is a private, non-profit educational association organized by its member schools to govern, coordinate and promote education based programs for high school students. The MIAA is self-regulating with the 375 member schools providing individual leaders to serve within the 35 MIAA governance units. The latest annual participation survey demonstrates that 227,817 team positions were filled by student-athletes in 33 sports.

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MIAA Rule Change Proposal 2015-2017
2013-2015 MIAA Handbook

The updated 2013-15 MIAA Handbook is now available. Please click on the link below

2013-2015 MIAA HANDBOOK
 

Upcoming Educational Athletics Events
 YOU LEAD for High School Students 
28th Annual MIAA
Leadership Training Institute
 
January 26th-30th, 2015


The Massachusetts Celebration
of National Girls and Women in Sports Day
Friday, February 6, 2015

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 DID YOU KNOW?

  • The MIAA receives no tax  dollars of any kind
  • The MIAA is a private, not-for-profit organization and is audited by an independent firm every year.
  • Membership status in the MIAA is on a volunteer basis.
  • The MIAA has no full-time staff members assigned to compliance or investigations.   The responsibility of following MIAA bylaws and regulations resides with each member school.  Violations are to be reported  in writing to the MIAA.
  • Student-athletes tend to have better attendance records, lower dropout rates, higher grade-point averages and improved self-confidence.

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