Colorado High School Activities Association

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Colorado High School Activities Association
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Abbreviation CHSAA
Motto "Seeking excellence in academics, activities, and athletics"
Formation 1921
Type NPO
Legal status Association
Purpose Athletic/Educational
Headquarters 14855 E. 2nd Avenue
Aurora, CO 80011
Region served
352 high schools
Official language
Paul Angelico[1]
Board President
Eddie Hartnett[2]
Associate Commissioner
Tom Robinson
Affiliations National Federation of State High School Associations
Remarks (303) 344-5050

The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) is the governing body for all high school activities throughout the state of Colorado. It was founded in 1921, and as of the 2015-16 school year has a membership of 352 full-time high schools, plus more than 50 middle and junior high schools, for a total of almost 400 schools. The schools hold events for sixteen different sports for both boys and girls, plus competitions in music, sportsmanship, student council, and spirit.


Source: CHSAA website


  • Boys cross country
  • Girls cross country
  • Field hockey
  • (American) Football
  • Boys golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Boys soccer
  • Softball
  • Spirit
  • Boys tennis
  • Volleyball


  • Boys basketball
  • Girls basketball
  • Ice hockey
  • Skiing
  • Girls Swimming
  • Wrestling


  • Baseball
  • Girls golf
  • Boys lacrosse
  • Girls lacrosse
  • Girls soccer
  • Boys swimming
  • Girls tennis
  • Boys track
  • Girls track


  • Music
  • Speech
  • Sportsmanship
  • Student leadership[edit]

In Aug. 2013, CHSAA launched, a website which covers the organization's athletics and activities. In addition to game coverage and features,[3] the site also produces weekly rankings[4] during the regular season, as well as All-State teams.[5]


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