Georgia High School Water Polo Association
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Georgia High School Water Polo Association

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  • 7/28/16: Congratulations to the student-athletes from Georgia named as a 2015-16 American Water Polo Scholar Athlete!. In order to be named, student-athletes must meet the following criteria:

    • Student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) or 87/100
    • Athletes must have played in an AWP event, league (like the GHSWPA) or tournament
    • Athletes of any age are eligible

    American Water Polo Each year, GHSWPA teams are encouraged to submit their eligible student-athletes for recognition. The deadline to submit nominations this year was June 30th, 2016.

    Congratulations and keep up the good work!

  • 7/18/16: Reminder: The league's 2016 Pre-Season Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 30th at GAC beginning at 10:00a. All teams planning on participating in the 2016 season need to be represented.

    A required Concussion Training and CPR Certification course for GHSWPA coaches will be held immediately following the meeting. Additional details about the day's agenda will be released closer to the meeting date.


  • 5/19/16: The 2016 GHSWPA League Schedule has been posted online. Competitions get underway during the week of August 8th and conclude with the annual All-Star Games on October 15th.

    GHSWPA Highlights of the timeline include the 2016 GHSWPA Division 3, Girls and State Championship Tournaments, occuring on October 1st, 2nd and 8th/9th respectively. The State Championship will once again be played at the Cumming Aquatic Center.

    All known meetings, trainings, clinics and weather make-up slots are included in the posted schedule. Team reps, coaches, parents, players, referees and adminstrators are encouraged to review the schedule and begin planning ahead. If you have questions, please contact our Scheduling Coordinator.

    The GHSWPA would like to extend a gracious 'thank you' to our aquatic facility and sponsorship partners for their help in making the 2016 schedule come to life! We also could not reach this point without our local water polo contacts, volunteers and friends. Your support of high school water polo in the state of Georgia is greatly appreciated!

    Good luck to all GHSWPA teams and athletes during the 2016 season!

  • 4/27/16: The league's Divisions for the 2016 season have been finalized. Changes from last season include GAC forming an A-team and competing in Division 1. The APS Knights A team will move up to Division 1, while Pace and North Springs will now compete in Division 2. Wesleyan and Lakeside B will move up to Division 2, and the Wildcats have formed a A-team that will also compete in Division 2.

    Five new teams, Lakeside C, Wildcats B, GAC B, Calhoun and Forsythe, will be joining the GHSWPA within Division 3, which will be split in to geographic regions due to the large number of divisional participants. Lakeside is splitting its girls program in to A and B teams, and the Wildcats will be fielding a girls team.

    Overall in 2016, the GHSWPA will be adding seven new teams and two new clubs, while losing two teams from last year. 2016 league scheduling, based on these Divisions, is now underway.

  • 4/15/16: Registration is now open for the 2016 Kap7 Atlanta Skills and Drills Clinic, hosted by Dynamo Water Polo.

    2016 K7 Atlanta Skills and Drills Clinic The Clinic features the top collegiate, club, and international coaches and is structured to expose athletes to new techniques that can be put to use right away. All of the skills necessary to reach the next level will be addressed, from 6v5, to 5v6, to transition to counter, and more. Don't miss this excellent chance to dramatically improve your level of play in one weekend!

    The clinic will take place August 5th, 6th and 7th, beginning Friday evening and concluding Sunday afternoon. Sign up early, as space is limited. The 2014 and 2015 clinics sold out, and Dynamo expects the 2016 clinic to be sold out by June-end.

    Please refer to the clinic website for additional information, including pricing, and to register.

  • 4/12/16: Are you interested in becoming a water polo referee? Starting at the high school level is a great way to learn from the ground up! Contact our Officiating Coordinator for more information!

  • 4/12/16: Does your team have a Twitter account yet? Twitter is the easiest and fastest way to promote your team, your athletes and your team's accomplishments.

    Once established, tweet immediate content, like behind-the-scenes photos or unofficial game results, and get retweets from the GHSWPA, from your school or maybe even from your local news agency. Follow the league as a whole using the #GAPolo hashtag.

    ... to the GHSWPA
    Your team Twitter account will be listed as part of the contact information for your team on the league website, and could possibly be used by those outside of the league seeking to learn more about your team or your athletes.

    After two full seasons of using Twitter, the league has experienced its benefits firsthand. We are hoping that each team will join us in the Twitter-verse in 2016!

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