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- Does my school have to recognize the team? (No)
- Does my school need to qualify? (No)
- What if I can't find anyone at my school to play?
- Who is eligible?
- What are the limited paint rules?
Does my school have to recognize the team?
No. No school recognition is necessary. The only requirement is that all players on your team attend the same high school, or would attend the same high school if they were public high school students (see below).
Does my school need to qualify?
No. No tournament experience what-so-ever is necessary, and new teams are especially encouraged to attend.
What if I can't find anyone at my school to play?
The high school events are designed primarily to be inexpensive and fun, so make sure you are including anyone who might like to play some paintball. Everyone is limited to players from their own school, so you will probably have to pick up some players with varying levels of experience. You can also look to private or home-schooled players who would otherwise go to your high school, or junior high students who will eventually attend your high school in the future.
Remember, this is your chance to get friends at your school out to play some paintball!
Who is eligible?
The key test of eligibility is whether all members of a team are students would attend the same public high school if they were all enrolled in public high school, or all members of a team are currently students at the same school.
Examples of eligible teams:
- Students who attend the same public high school
- Students who attend the same public high school plus a home-schooled students who would attend that school if they enrolled in public school
- Students at the same private school
- Home schooled students who would attend the same public high school if they enrolled in public school
- A public high school student, a private school student, and a home schooled student who would attend the same public high school if they were enrolled in public high school
- Students at the same junior high school
- Students at a public high school plus junior high school students who will eventually attend that public high school
Examples of ineligible teams:
- Any players that have graduated high school
- Home schooled students who would not be enrolled in the same public high school
- Private school students from more than one school who would not be enrolled in the same high school
- Students who go to different public high schools in the same school district
What are the limited paint rules?
To keep the events inexpensive and fun, the amount of paint brought on the field each game is limited. A team may enter the field EITHER with full, standard-sized hoppers, OR may enter the field with empty hoppers and up to four 140-round pods of paint.
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