• The following sections are from the ASAA Handbook that governs all 9th-12th students that participate in ASAA sanctioned activities.  
     
    Section 7 - Semester Credit Rule (page 33)
    All first semester freshmen are immediately eligible for the first semester. After the first semester of the freshman year, all students must meet the following criteria to remain eligible for interscholastic competition (Any credited course listed on a student’s transcript may be counted toward the semester units needed for eligibility.):
     
    Credit
    All second-semester freshmen, sophomores and juniors, as well as seniors who are not on track to graduate and/ or who have not passed all parts of the High School Graduation Qualifying Exam (HSGQE), must have passed at least five (5) semester units of credit, or the equivalent, toward graduation, during the previous semester.

    All second semester seniors who are on track to graduate and who have passed all parts of the HSGQE (see page II) exam when it is required, must have passed at least four (4) semester units of credit, or the equivalent, toward graduation, during the previous semester.

    All first semester seniors must have passed at least five (5) semester units of credit, or the equivalent, toward graduation, during the previous semester in order to be eligible anytime during the current semester. 

    Grade Point Average (GPA)
    All students must have maintained at least an overall 2.0 GPA for the previous semester. Students who did not maintain an overall 2.0 GPA for the previous semester may regain eligibility in the current semester by achieving and maintaining an overall 2.0 GPA within the school’s grading system.

    A. For the purposes of this section, academic deficiencies may be made up through successful completion of correspondence courses or summer school.

    B. A grade of incomplete is considered as not passing until the incomplete is changed on the official school records.

    C. Correspondence study students must meet the same time frame as regular students.