2019 LHSAA State Spirit Competition
November 30, 2018
Pontchartrain Center, Kenner, La.
Request media credentials online by visiting the Media Credential link on the LHSAA website. Go to lhsaa.org -> affiliations -> media resources.For assistance, contact Kate Adams, LHSAA Director of Communication and Media Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org. All Credentials are due before the state championship begins.
The principal must complete the online form and request credentials. The principal must also submit a letter on school stationary authorizing the individual(s) to be credentialed. The purpose of the “School Yearbook/ Newspaper” credential is to permit a complimentary entrance into the event for which the person is gathering information. If the request is granted, one tournament pass will be issued for a yearbook and/or newspaper staff member with proper school identification
Photos taken during an event may not be sold or used in any capacity outside of the purpose(s) of their school’s yearbook and/or newspaper. The LHSAA has an exclusive photography contract with RomaPics.
AACCA Safety Certification or completition of the NFHS Cheer Coaches Course is a requirement (cheer only) in order to participate in the LHSAA Spirit State Competition.
Getting certified is quick and easy! The AACCA Safety Course is available online, and your certification is good for 4 years.
The Varsity Spirit Award recognizes Spirit Teams on a state and national level for all their contributions to their school and community If your team is a difference maker and positively impacting your school and/or community. Nominating your school or team for the Varsity Spirit Award!
State winners will be nominated for the Varsity American School Spirit Award. We would love to see a Louisiana win this national award.