1. A student is ineligible by PIAA policy for athletic competition if he/she:

      1. Becomes 19 years old after July 1 of any school year.
      2. Attends more than 8 semesters of high school.
      3. Enrolls after the 17th day of a semester without extenuating circumstances (i.e. sickness, accident, transfer).
      4. Competes in a given sport more than four different seasons.
      5. Participates in an all‑star contest or similar activity involving participants from more than a given league unless sanctioned by the PIAA.
    2. In addition, a student is eligible for athletic competition only if he/she meets all of the following PIAA criteria:

      1. Maintains amateur status.
      2. Has a physical examination every school year as confirmed by physician's signature on the PIAA physical examination card or alternate year athletic permit
      3. Has parental permission (signed) on the UDSD card.
    3. Residence

      1. A student, whether an adult or not, is eligible for interscholastic competition ONLY at the school in the attendance area in which his/her custodial parent(s)/guardians are legal (physical) residents.
    4. Academic Eligibility

      1. Please refer to the policy stated in the Upper Darby High School
      2. Student Handbook.

    NOTE: If a contest forfeiture results due to false academic or residential information furnished by a student or student's parents, the student becomes ineligible for all sports for one (1) calendar year from date of last contest participation.

  • Coming soon:

    • Academic Weekly Eligibility
    • Academic Marking Period Eligibility
    • Behavior Weekly Eligibility