The Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association (PAISAA) is the recognized entity for the support of interscholastic athletic programs for independent schools in the state of Pennsylvania. PAISAA offers professional development opportunities for membership, preserves and enhances existing state events, and works to create additional state events through the development of coaches' associations for each sport. The association is committed to the foundation pillars of interscholastic athletics-integrity, sportsmanship, participation, and leadership.
PAISAA is recognized by the PIAA and is an affiliate member of the National Federation of High Schools.
The Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association (PAISAA), founded in 2007, unites independent schools across the state of Pennsylvania in fostering healthy athletic rivalries, meaningful competition, and the values of sportsmanship. PAISAA supports postseason events and championships for interscholastic athletics programs for independent schools across the state, with State Championship and Commonwealth Cup divisional competition.
PAISAA welcomes AIM Academy as their newest member,. AIM is a member of the Penn-Jersey Athletic Association. The athletic program includes boys and girls basketball, soccer, cross country, tennis, golf and lacrosse.
Congratulations to Episcopal Academy Boys and Friends' Central Girls for winning the Pennsylvania Track and Field Coaches Association Indoor State Championships. EA won witha score of 47 points beating out Coatesville and Imhotep High Schools. Joachim Johnson was second in High Jump and Triple Jump and the 4x800 relay came in first. FCS won with 38 points over North Allegheny. Avery Lewis was first in the 60, 200, and Long Jump with the 4x400 relay team coming in second. Great way to finish the indoor season! Photos below.
Friends Central School wins PA Track and Field Coaches Association Indoor State Championships- photo courtesy of Patty Morgan, Philly Sports Digest
Episcopal Academyl wins PA Track and Field Coaches Association Indoor State Championships- photo courtesy of Patty Morgan, Philly Sports Digest