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3 Member schools include: Blue Division(8) Red Division(6) East Lansing DeWitt Eastern Fowlerville Everett Haslett Grand Ledge Ionia Holt Owosso Jackson St. Johns Okemos Sexton Gold Division(7) Charlotte Eaton Rapids Lumen Christi Mason Northwest Parma Western Waverly White Division(6) Corunna Lakewood Lansing Catholic Portland Stockbridge Williamston D. MHSAA Essential Eligibility Requirements for Senior High School Students To be eligible for interscholastic athletics - a high school student must meet the following state regulations: 1. AGE - High school students become ineligible if they reach their nineteenth *(19) birthday before September 1 of a current school year.* As per MHSAA 2013-14 Handbook, PG 29, SECTION 2 (B) —The Executive Committee may consider an exception to the maximum age limitation for up to one year only (student not to exceed age 20 prior to Sept. 1) for students (1) who, following medical documentation sufficient to establish that they had a disability as defined by the Americans With Disabilities Act and/or the Persons With Disabilities Civil Rights Act, were delayed in their education progress prior to their initial enrollment in the 9th grade in any school solely by reason of such disability. See Appendix XI for the entire MHSAA 2013-2014 Handbook language for the complete wording on this age topic. 2. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION - Students   must   have   on   file,   in   the   school’s   office,   a   physician’s   statement   for   the   current   school   year   (after   April   15)   certifying   that   she/he   is   physically able to compete in athletic tryouts, practices and contests. 3. ENROLLMENT - Students must be enrolled in school prior to the fourth Friday after Labor Day (1st semester) or the fourth Friday of February (2nd semester). A student must be enrolled in the school for which he or she competes. 4. SEMESTERS OF ENROLLMENT - Students cannot be eligible in high school for more than eight semesters and the seventh and eighth semesters must be consecutive. 5. SEMESTER RECORDS - Students must have passed at least 66% of full credit load subjects in the previous semester of enrollment, and must be passing 66% of full credit courses. Academic checks must take place at the 10 week mark of the seme