2022-2023 Registration will open on
May 1st, 2022
Do not register prior to the May 1st, 2022 date. This will not register you for the up coming season.
MOA Sports Fee
$75 registration fee-all sports
NFHS Center of Officials-Dragonfly Registration
Renewed, New & Associate (High School)
Register at http://www.dragonflymax.com
Registration opens May 1st, 2022
Please see Instructions for more information from attachments below.
For additional help contact Amy Bartels at the MHSA Office at 406-442-6010
May 1, 2022-Registration for all sports opens
June 21st, 2022-June 30th,2022 all registering officials will receive a $50 late fee and will be required to retest with the score equivalent to the officials rating.
Officials who register past the June 21st date will not be allowed to upgrade at any level.
July 1, 2022, or after, all officials will receive a $50 late fee and will be required to retest with the score equivalent to the officials rating.
Officials will not be eligible for the post season.
Masters will not lose their rating once testing is completed at the officials rating.
**Only digital books will be available after this date for renewed officials. No physical book(s) will be mailed. Books will be emailed 1 month prior to the sports season.
All late requirements must be completed by the deadlines.
MHSA Rules Clinics.
Dates: Open and Close per season
Fall (Soccer, Football, Volleyball) August 1-August 21, 2022
Winter (Basketball, Wrestling) November 1-27, 2021
Spring (Softball, Baseball) March 1-19th, 2023
NFHS Concussion in Sport
June 1st-All officials must take the Concussion requirement no earlier than this date for 2022-23. No other concussion course will be accepted.
Fall (Soccer, Football, Volleyball) August 21, 2022
Winter (Basketball, Wrestling) November27, 2022
Spring (Softball, Baseball) March19th, 2023
All upgrades are due 7 days prior testing. See dates below.
Fall: August 2, 2022
Winter: November 7, 2022
Spring: March 23, 2023
Members of the MOA can join as members of the officials association in the bordering states of North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho and/or Wyoming by paying dues of $10.00-$20.00 per sport to that/those particular state’s organization. Dues must be paid before the official works a contest. This five-state agreement entitles members of each respective organization to officiate in any state(s) in which they maintain membership. Reciprocal arrangements with non-bordering states must be approved by the MOA office.
For those who wish to take advantage of the reciprocity agreement here is the contact information: