USBC High School
USBC has a goal of a day when high school bowling will be available in every state. Considering how far high school bowling has come over the years, that goal is closer than ever to becoming a reality.
High school bowling has made incredible strides since the first high school league hit the lanes in the 1930s. Thousands of schools across the country now offer high school bowling competition.
USBC High School actively offers guidance to all levels of high school bowling programs by providing rules, instruction, membership, awards and industry resources to ensure the success of high school bowling nationwide. To help achieve those goals, USBC High School maintains strong relationships with the National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS), state athletic associations, the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America (BPAA) and USBC Coaching, as well as providing a stepping stone to further opportunities such as college bowling and the USBC Junior Gold program.
Whether you're a student, parent, school administrator, high school state athletic association official, state proprietor association representative or bowling industry leader, USBC High School is your ONE resource that will help you to create and maintain high school bowling programs.
Brian English, IBC Varsity Bowling Manager
800-514-2695 ext. 8434
The USBC wants to ensure that all high school bowlers meet amateur eligibility requirements so they can enjoy the sport. But since rules about eligibility and awards for high school athletes are set at the state level, you should always check with your state organization to make sure you or your team is doing the right thing. Contact your state representative to find out which organization determines rules for high school athletes in your state.