League Guidelines

SHELBY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

SWIM LEAGUE

GUIDELINES 2021-2022

 

TEAMS:

High Schools in Shelby County are eligible to join the Shelby County High School Swim League. Each School has one vote. The Memphis Home Education Association (MHEA) will be eligible to field one team (swimmers must be members of the MHEA, and be in grades 9-12, and can have only four years of eligibility).

 

ELIGIBILITY:

Following TISCA rules, the Shelby County High School Swim League will be only open to 9th through 12th graders. No 7th & 8th graders will be allowed to swim, even exhibition. No combining teams.

 

TRANSFERS:

If any swimmer has transferred from one school to another, swimmer name, name of school transferring from, name of school transferring to, and reason for transfer must submitted to TISCA. Visit www.TISCA.net for deadlines and procedures.


FEES:

Shelby County League fees along with website fees payable to the Shelby County High School Swim League.  Fees are due by October 15th.  Fees can be mailed to Molly Pickering: 3972 St. Philip Dr. Bartlett, TN 38133

·   $300.00 Shelby County League Fees

·   $265.00 for websites (for teams sharing a website with middle school teams) OR $200.00 (for stand alone teams without middle school teams)

 

ROSTER:

A copy of your roster that includes each swimmer’s full name, year in school and gender needs to be emailed to Whitney Shelton ([email protected]) by October 15. If you add swimmers throughout the season, please email updated list.

 

WEBSITE(s):

All Shelby County Swim League information, heat sheets, results, etc. will be posted on our Shelby County Swim League website https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team=hsscsl

This will be our main source of information.  All Shelby County Swim League teams are required to maintain a Team Unify website.  

 

 

MEETS


LEAGUE SEASONAL MEETS:

FACILITIES: League seasonal meets will be held at St. George’s High School and Bartlett Rec Center 

MEETS: For the 2021-2022 season, The league will offer 3 invitational meets offering state events only, and 3 sprint meets, offering 50s of all 4 strokes, 100 free, 100 IM and both 200 relays. In addition, there will be a “Last Chance Meet” with both sprint and state events.