The TSSAA Board of Control will meet on Thursday, January 16 at the TSSAA office building in Hermitage. The meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m.

The Board will be review financial reports in the sports of golf, volleyball, soccer, cross country, cheer and dance, and football for approval.

East Nashville Magnet School and Hillsboro High School are both appealing the sanctions placed on their boys’ basketball programs due to an incident that occurred during the contest between the two schools on December 6, 2019. Both schools’ boys’ basketball programs were placed on probation for a two-year period.

Two schools have submitted proposals requesting membership in the association.

Green Hill High School in Wilson County, which is scheduled to open next year, is requesting membership. It is a public school under the Wilson County Board of Education. They are scheduled to open with approximately 1200 students in grades 9-12. If approved, Green Hill will be placed in Division I, Class AAA, District 9 in basketball, baseball, and softball; Class AAA, District 9 in volleyball; Class AAA, District 9 in soccer; Large Class, Section 3 in cross country, track and field, golf, and tennis; Class AAA, Region 6 in wrestling; and District 12 in bowling.

Highland Rim Academy is requesting to rejoin TSSAA for cooperative purposes only. Highland Rim Academy is a small private school in Cookeville with approximately 30 students in grades 9-12. They were members previously but dropped out when the Legislative Council changed the cooperative program agreement language which only allows schools to form agreements within their Division. If approved, they would ask the Board to allow them to seek an agreement with the closest public school.

The Board will also hear a total of three hardship appeals at the meeting.

The full Board agenda can be viewed below.