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COVID-19 Resources for Member Schools

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April 21, 2021

Spring Fling championships set, with venue changes

Baseball and Track & Field to be hosted entirely by member schools

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March 25, 2021

Cleveland wrestling official honored for distinguished service

Walt Vineyard has worked over 55 state events as an official

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March 24, 2021

TSSAA Hall of Fame ceremony date set

Class of 2020 will be inducted on July 17, 2021

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March 20, 2021

2021 Mr. and Miss Basketball Award Winners Announced

TSSAA honors the top girls and boys basketball players in five classifications

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Health & Safety Resources

Find out how you can help ensure the health and safety of student-athletes in Tennessee!

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Academic Achievement Awards

TSSAA salutes the teams across the state that have persevered to become stars in the classroom.

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District/Region Alignments for 2021-23

TSSAA has published the Division I and Division II district and region alignments for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 school years.

Magic of Stephen

If your school has not hosted the Right Team and the Magic of Stephen, now is the time. Contact us today to schedule a performance!

What is the TSSAA?

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association is a voluntary, nonprofit, self-supported organization of secondary schools, conceived and led by school people (teachers, principals, superintendents) for the purpose of stimulating and regulating the athletic relations of the secondary schools in Tennessee. Recognizing that the primary objective of all secondary schools is to educate youth, the TSSAA aims to coordinate the athletic and scholastic programs.