Q: My daughter has been ruled ineligible to play sports at a varsity level at the high school she transferred to this year
We were told: "THE Minnesota State High School League Board of Director's has indicated family choice for school type or athletic opportunity will not be considered in the review process.". We submitted documentation in the review s as stated was told our review is incomplete. Listed below is criteria:
When enrolled at new school- receiving school & indicated an interest in participating in athletics, the school compiled information & submitted a student transfer report to the MSHSL. The transfer report contains general information on your previous school(s) & reason for your transfer. Based on this information, the receiving school makes an initial eligibility determination. That determination is sent to the MSHSL for review to ensure compliance with MSHSL bylaws & policies.
If you are determined ineligible, you can request further review by the MSHSL. Visit with the athletic director at the Receiving School & request a Transfer Eligibility Review. The athletic
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