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Oregon Officials are required to
register with the OSAA through the Central Hub.

The Oregon Athletic Officials Association (OAOA) seeks to advance high school officiating in Oregon by representing the state's officials and associations and promoting:

“One Rule, One Mechanic, One Interpretation”

All high school officials and associations are certified and chartered by the Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA), an association representing 292 Oregon high schools.

Help make Oregon sports great ... Officiate!

Interested in becoming a sports official?

Becoming an official allows you to participate in sports activities, as well as providing a valuable service to your community. If you are interested, please contact the local association/board nearest you for details on how to become an official.

To find the name of the Board/Association in your area, along with the name, phone number and email of the commissioner, select the sport below, then select the association.

Click to watch an OAOA promotional video.


OCEP Playoff Clinic
January 13, 2019
Klamath Falls

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