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Arizona Interscholastic Association

 

Arizona Interscholastic Association

Arizona Interscholastic Association
Abbreviation AIA
Formation 1913 (1925 in current form)
Legal status Association
Purpose Athletic/Educational
Headquarters 7007 North 18th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85020-5552
Region served
Arizona
Membership
273 schools
Official language
English
Executive Director
Harold Slemmer, Ed.D
Affiliations National Federation of State High School Associations
Staff
18
Website aiaonline.org

The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) is the primary regulatory body for high school athletics and activities in the state of Arizona. It comprises all of the state's public district high schools, various charter and private schools, plus a full member in Winterhaven, California and an associate member in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.[1] The AIA has 272 members, including 265 full members and 7 associate members.

The AIA is not the only high school sports regulatory body in Arizona (the Canyon Athletic Association coordinates events for smaller schools, especially charter schools), but it is the largest and most well-known.

References

  1. ^ Ireland, John; et al. (2004). Advanced PE for OCR A2. Heinemann. pp. 79–80.  

External links

  • Official site


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