With ever-increasing numbers of student-athlete participants, the need for knowledgeable, experienced, dedicated and qualified officials is greater than ever. If you have any questions, concerns or ideas for improving the program, please reach out to our office at any time.
Are you interested in becoming an MHSAA registered official? The process of becoming an MHSAA Registered Official is an easy one.
Login to access a number of My MHSAA services for officials, including Rules Meetings, Exams, Officials Directory and much more.
Are you an official, an assigner, an observer or part of a local association? Are you looking for an official in our directory? Are you looking for answers and resources? You should be able to find your answer here.
Are you new to officiating? This page will help you with access to Rules Books and Mechanics Manuals, uniform requirements, insurance coverage, local approved associations and registered assigners in your area, and much more.
The Officials Guidebook details everything you need to know about officiating high school sports in Michigan. From contracts to filling out ejection reports to how to deal with weather delays, the Guidebook as you covered… plus much, much more.
Find specific resources, guidelines, and policies pertaining to the sport(s) in which you are registered.
Be the Referee
Do you think you know the call? Test yourself with our weekly Be The Referee article.
The Official View
The Official View is a periodic feature offering inside looks at officiating including video review and features.
Visit the Officials Directory to view officials for the various sports, districts, and areas that are supported by the MHSAA. Please note, your MyMHSAA login is required to access this page. If you are not logged in, you will be prompted to do so.
Learn about the Student Legacy Officials Program, which allows high school students to learn the skill of officiating in a controlled environment under the guidance, supervision and mentorship of a veteran MHSAA official.