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The MHSAA's premier publication, benchmarks, offers national and local content impacting school sports in addition to administrative regulations and business components affecting MHSAA schools and officials. Benchmarks replaced the long-standing MHSAA Bulletin and Mentor in 2009-10, offering more in-depth accounts and an enhanced design. Benchmarks is printed three times per year: in the fall, winter and spring.
2020 - 2021
No publications - Covid-19
Airing It Out
Airing it Out is a behind-the-scenes look at some of the trials and tribulations experienced by former MHSAA Executive Director Jack Roberts during his 32-year tenure.
The History, Rationale and Application of the Regulations of HS Athletics in Michigan
Be sure to check out Lasting Impressions, the second volume of editorials from Executive Director Jack Roberts.
Legal Aspects of Interscholastic Athletics Unique to Michigan
MHSAA Bulletin Archives
Published periodically each school year from 1927-2009, the MHSAA Bulletin served as the MHSAA's comprehensive business publication for more than eight decades. The publication mainly comprised minutes of meetings of the Representative Council and all MHSAA committee meetings, mixing in staff and guest editorials. Official policies regarding MHSAA tournaments and reminders of other policies and procedures were also included. The Bulletin issues from 1998-99 through 2008-09 are archived on this website.
1998 - 1999
- August 1998 Bulletin
- September/October 1998 Bulletin
- November 1998 Bulletin -Unavailable
- December 1998/January 1999 Bulletin - Unavailable
- February 1999 Bulletin
- March 1999 Bulletin
- April 1999 Bulletin
- May 1999 Bulletin
Published from 2004-05 through 2008-09, Mentor was geared toward coaches and officials. Content included philosophies of coaching/officiating, feature stories, and policies of interscholastic athletics in Michigan. The publication was actually a combination of two newsletters which merged in Fall 2004 -- Stripes (for officials only) and Mentor (for coaches).
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