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Alabama High School Athletic Association


Dec 15, 2021

The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA), based in Montgomery, is the governing body for interscholastic athletics and activities programs for public schools in Alabama.

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Alabama High School Athletic Association
Abbreviation AHSAA
Formation 1921
Type 501(c)(3) – Tax Exemption
Legal status Association
Purpose Athletic/Educational
Headquarters 7325 Halcyon Summit Dr.
Montgomery, AL 36117
Region served
401 senior high schools;
287 junior high schools
Official language
Executive Director
Steve Savarese
Affiliations National Federation of State High School Associations
Website ahsaa.com
Remarks (334) 263-6994

The AHSAA is a member National Federation of State High School Associations since 1924.

The AHSAA merged with the Alabama Interscholastic Athletic Association in 1968, forming one high school athletic association for the State of Alabama in accordance with a court order relating to athletics. The AIAA had previously governed athletics at segregatedAfrican-American schools.

The AHSAA sponsors state championships programs in 13 boys and 13 girls sports: Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Football, Cross Country, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Track and Field, Tennis, Volleyball, Wrestling, Cheerleading and Indoor Track.

While the AHSAA is the primary sanctioning organization for high school sports in Alabama (and the only one allowed for public schools), it is not the only such organization. The Alabama Independent School Association sanctions athletics for approximately 40 private schools throughout the state.[1] Other smaller organizations, such as the Alabama Christian Sports Conference and the Alabama Christian Athletic and Academic Association, sanction sports from smaller Christian schools and home schools, particularly in eight-man football.

The current executive director is Steve Savarese.

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The AHSAA sponsors state championship events in various locations across the state of Alabama. Currently, championships are held in the following locations:

The AHSAA was founded in 1921. Charter member schools were:

(Italicized schools indicate schools which have closed or are no longer members of the AHSAA.)

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