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The forms below have been updated for the 2013-14 school year:

 

OHSAA Student-Athlete Eligibility

Transfer Bylaw Resource Center - Updated for 2013-14
The OHSAA receives more inquiries about eligibility in terms of the transfer bylaw than any other aspect of eligibility. To deal with that scenario, our member schools have adopted 6 exceptions, one of which MAY apply to a student who changes high schools. The use of the word MAY is instructive as there are several exceptions that are complex and do require some action on the part of the member school administrator as well as the OHSAA staff. A page has been created to provide guidance on each of the exceptions. Click here for the Transfer Bylaw Resource Center.

Guidance Regarding Changes in State Law for Home Educated and Non-Public School Students:

     - July 2013 Guidance on Bylaw 4-3-1

     - August 2013 Additional Guidance on Bylaw 4 and Reminder of Forfeiture Penalty

     - September 2013 Frequently Asked Questions for Budget Bill and the affects on OHSAA Enrollment and
        Attendance Bylaw 4-3-1

 

Additional Resource Centers - Updated for 2013-14

     Residence Bylaw Resource Center

     Scholarship Bylaw Resource Center

     Enrollment and Attendance Bylaw Resource Center
 

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