Eligibility is the privilege of participating in interscholastic athletics that is attained by complying with all minimum standards established for student-athletes that are cooperatively determined by member schools through the LHSAA By-Laws. A student-athlete’s participation in interscholastic athletics is a privilege and not a right that is obtained by adhering to the uniform minimum standards adopted by the membership. Uniform standards are limitations governing eligibility that are a necessary prerequisite in interscholastic athletics because they protect the integrity of the interscholastic program; they protect the opportunity of qualified student-athletes to participate; they help to ensure competitive equity among member schools; they encourage academic achievement by student-athletes; and they promote the health and well-being of the student-athlete.
Section 1 – Eligibility – LHSAA Handbook updated 10/01/18
- Medical History-Medical Exam Form
- LHSAA Athletic Participation Parental Permission Form
- LHSAA Substance Abuse-Misuse Contract
- Physical Exam Waiver
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