Illinois High School Association - State

The Illinois High School Association is a state, high school Association. Controversies have had national resonance paralleled the struggles, are of a more, local focus. Constitution covers the broadest policies of the Association. Eleven members are high school principals from member schools. Changes are passed by simple majority of member schools. The State Series are designed to determine a state Champion, is intended to advance the best teams in the state. The IHSA was to withstand able pressure, is built upon the concept of geographic representation. Ringers were a persistent problem among schoolboy sports. Porter exerted unusual influence over high school sports. The Association matured member schools requested sponsorship. The playoffs were expanded to six classes in 1980 eight classes. The phrase was used to describe the IHSA basketball tournament in an essay. Carmels Hopes Caravan Disqualified from State Meet, won a temporary injunction from the Cook County Circuit Court, a court victory.

State, High school Association