Officials Click Here for C2C Schools Link

This link will take you to the page where the school search box is located.  Just input the school name in the search box and the school's administrators, phone numbers, and address are located.

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Interested In Becoming An Official?

  If you are interested in becoming an AHSAA official in the sports of Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball, Track, Volleyball or Wrestling, feel free to contact either Mark Jones or Vanda Peppers at the AHSAA office.  The phone number is 334-263-6994.  Email addresses are: or

Application and Registration Process

     All officials with the AHSAA must go to the Official Members Section and establish themselves in our database by filling out the proper ID form and creating themselves a password into the system. You then contact a local association and express your interest in joining their organization.  Once accepted into the local association, you must then pay them the $50.00 AHSAA application fee plus any local fees they may have in place.  

Link to Local Associations and their contact information: 


     The local association will be responsible for marking you paid locally on this system and will forward your AHSAA application fee to our office.  When we receive the fee from the local association contact person, we will mark you paid at the state level.  You will begin the benefits set forth within the coverage of the NFHS insurance policy used by the AHSAA for our officials.

     You will then be eligible to begin the online clinic and testing process to complete your registration with the AHSAA.  In order to complete the registration process and be eligible to officiate AHSAA member school contests, you must make a passing score of 80 on this exam.  In order to complete the registration process and be eligible to officiate AHSAA member school contests as a Restricted official, you must make a passing score of 70 on this exam.  If you have any further questions about this information, please call us at 334-263-6994.

High School Class Student Registration Process for AHSAA Restricted Officiating

Interested In Becoming An Official? If you are interested in becoming an AHSAA official in the sports of Baseball, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball, Track, Volleyball or Wrestling, feel free to contact Vanda Peppers or Mark Jones at the AHSAA office. The phone number is 334-263-6994.

Email addresses are: or 

Application and Registration Process (While Taking The High School Officiating Class) All students who are interested in officiating with the AHSAA while taking the course will need to inform the course teacher. The teacher will notify the AHSAA and send in a roster to the AHSAA. The roster will need to include: Student’s Name, Age, Sport Interested In and Local Association Name. The AHSAA will begin the Registration process working with the teacher, students and the local association. If you have any questions about this information, please call us at 334-263-6994.

List of Participating Schools

Officiating Training Materials

HS Officiating Class Summary Document
Textbooks Order Form

Summer Training Schedule for Teachers

2015-16 Course Talking Points

Interested in Becoming an Official?

General "All Sports"
AHSAA Officials Class

2003 NFHS Baseball Rules
2005 NFHS Baseball Rules
2006 Baseball Camp Unusual Situations
2006 NFHS Baseball Rules
2007 NFHS Baseball Rules
2008 NFHS Baseball Rules
2009 NFHS Baseball Rules
2010 NFHS Baseball Rules
2011 NFHS Baseball Rules

2012 NFHS Baseball Rules

2013 NFHS Baseball Rules

2014 NFHS Baseball Rules

2015 NFHS Baseball Rules

2016 NFHS Baseball Rules

2016 Umpire Manual

3 Man Umpire Part 1

3 Man Umpire Part 2

3 Man Umpire Part 3


2003-04 NFHS Basketball Rules

2004-05 NFHS Basketball Rules

2005-06 NFHS Basketball Rules

2006-07 NFHS Basketball Rules

2007-08 NFHS Basketball Rules

2008-09 NFHS Basketball Rules

2009-10 NFHS Basketball Rules

2010-11 NFHS Basketball Rules

2011-12 NFHS Basketball Rules

2012-13 NFHS Basketball Rules

2013-14 NFHS Basketball Rules

2014-15 NFHS Basketball Rules

2015-16 NFHS Basketball Rules

2015 Camp Duhon Action

Deep 3 Dead Ball
5 Man Coin Toss
Passing Game Presentation

Running Game Presentation

2004 NFHS Football Rules

2005 NFHS Football Rules

2006 NFHS Football Rules

2007 NFHS Football Rules

2008 NFHS Football Rules

2009 NFHS Football Rules

2010 NFHS Football Rules

2011 NFHS Football Rules

2012 NFHS Football Rules

2013 NFHS Football Rules

2014 NFHS Football Rules

2015 NFHS Football Rules

2016 NFHS Football Rules

2004 NFHS Soccer Rules

2005 NFHS Soccer Rules

2006 NFHS Soccer Rules

2007 NFHS Soccer Rules

2008 NFHS Soccer Rules

2009 NFHS Soccer Rules

2010 NFHS Soccer Rules

2011 NFHS Soccer Rules

2012 NFHS Soccer Rules

2013 NFHS Soccer Rules
2014 NFHS Soccer Rules

2015 NFHS Soccer Rules


2005 NFHS Softball Rules

2006 NFHS Softball Rules

2007 NFHS Softball Rules

2008 NFHS Softball Rules

2009 NFHS Softball Rules

2010 NFHS Softball Rules

2011 NFHS Softball Rules

2012 NFHS Softball Rules

2013 NFHS Softball Rules

2014 NFHS Softball Rules

2015 NFHS Softball Rules

2016 NFHS Softball Rules


2007 NFHS Track Rules

2008 NFHS Track Rules

2009 NFHS Track Rules

2010 NFHS Track Rules

2011 NFHS Track Rules

2013 NFHS Track Rules

2014 NFHS Track Rules

2015 NFHS Track Rules



2003-04 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2004-05 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2005-06 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2006-07 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2007-08 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2008-09 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2009-10 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2010-11 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2011-12 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2012-13 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2013-14 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2014-15 NFHS Volleyball Rules

2015-16 NFHS Volleyball Rules

AHSAA HS Class VB The Art of Officiating

AHSAA HS Class VB Back Row Attack

AHSAA HS Class VB Ball Handling

AHSAA HS Class VB Line Judging

AHSAA HS Class VB Officiating Philosophy

AHSAA HS Class VB Scorekeeping


2003-04 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2004-05 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2005-06 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2006-07 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2007-08 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2008-09 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2009-10 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2010-11 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2011-12 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2012-13 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2013-14 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2014-15 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2015-16 NFHS Wrestling Rules

2015 Arizona Football Officials Training videos.

Unnecessary Contact



Line of Scrimmage

Down, Fumble, Progress, and Goal Line 

Championship Watches, Rings

Championship watches and rings are available to officials that have called in the following events: Football State Championships, Basketball State Championships, Baseball State Finals, Softball State Finals, Volleyball State Championships, Soccer State Finals, and Wrestling State Championships.

Wearing one of these unique watches or rings serves as a lasting reminder that an official has reached the level of expertise and excellence required for selection to work at the highest level of championship competition in the AHSAA program.

The rings have been designed exclusively for the AHSAA officials program by Balfour Company. For style information and pricing, contact Robert Shaw at 251-476-5203, or fax at 251-476-5205.

The watches have been designed exclusively for the AHSAA officials program through Macs Worldwide, Inc. For style information and pricing, contact Steven White at 404-210-0736 or

These companies will confirm with the AHSAA all officials' appearances in these championship events.

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