Learn about qualifications and registering for the MHSAA Scholar-Athlete Award, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance.
Student Advisory Council
Become a voice of Michigan's student athletes by joining the MHSAA Student Advisory Council.
Team of the Month
Applebee's MHSAA Team of the Month recognizes a Michigan high school team or teams not only for performances on the field of play, but also in the classroom and community.
Performance of the Week
Each week during the school year, we will recognize a Michigan high school athlete for an outstanding individual performance on the playing field.
Participate in an MHSAA Captains Clinic to help develop leadership skills on and off the playing field.
Women In Sports Leadership Conference
The MHSAA Women In Sports Leadership Conference is the first, largest, and longest-running conference of its type in the country. The conference is designed for those interested in becoming a high school coach, administrator, official or athletic trainer and is held in Lansing every other year.
Online Captains Course from the MHSAA Student Advisory Council
The Captains Course, created with assistance from Michigan State University’s Institute for the Study of Youth Sports (ISYS), is broken into 10 segments providing instruction on leadership styles and skills to how to handle situations faced by leaders of teams in any sport. A total of 20 past members of the MHSAA Student Advisory Council speak during the program, providing peer-to-peer guidance that has proven effective in student leadership campaigns.
Displaying proper sportsmanship is one of the most integral parts of any high school athletic event. Here you will resources to help you perform your best while respecting others.
"Benching Bad Behavior" -- NFHS Campaign
Are you a student with plans of attending a leadership training program? Visit our Leadership & Grants page to learn how to receive funding.
Battle of the Fans
Submit entries for the coveted title of the best student section in Michigan!
Were you Ejected/Disqualified?
All coaches or athletes who were ejected/disqualified from a game are required to take one of the NFHS courses before returning after the next day of competition. This disqualification guide describes the protocols for returning to play.
Student athletes can find resources to help with their college-prep journey here.