Arizona Interscholastic Association Inc

Phoenix, AZ   |  WWW.AIAONLINE.ORG

Mission

CREATE AND SUSTAIN AN ETHICAL CULTURE THROUGH ACTIVITIES THAT ENCOURAGE MAXIMUM STUDENT PARTICIPATION BY PROVIDING AIA MEMBER SCHOOLS WITH AN EVEN PLAYING FIELD TO ENSURE FAIR AND EQUITABLE COMPETITION.

Ruling year info

N/A

Principal Officer

DAVID HINES

Main address

7007 N 18th St

Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States

EIN

86-6051093

NTEE code info

Sports Training Facilities (N40)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Our programs

SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

REFPAY: REFPAY IS THE OFFICIALS' PAYMENT SOLUTION UTILIZED BY THE AIA TO PAY ALL AIA ASSIGNED OFFICIALS FOR REGULAR AND POST SEASON EVENTS. REFPAY IS A FULLY INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC PAYMENT AND PREPORTING TOOL THAT SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES TIME AND EFFORT REQUIREED TO PAY OFFICIALS. MEMBER SCHOOLS' OFFICIALS' PAYMENTS ARE PAID THROUGH THE AIA-REFPAY ACCOUNT AS A BENEFIT OF MEMBERSHP.

Expenses
$5,231,628
Revenue
$5,236,661

THE ASSOCIATION'S EDUCATION/MEMBER SERVICES DIVISION ACTIVITIES AND STAFF ARE SUPPORTED BY PART C PAT ON FEES (BASED ON THE NUMBER OF EVENTS IN WHICH THE SCHOOLS PARTICIPATE AND MEMBERSHIP DUES FROM MEMBER HIGH SCHOOLS WITHIN THE STATE OF ARIZONA). THE MAJORITY OF THE HIGH SCHOOLS ALSO PAY FEES TO SUPPLEMENT EXCESS ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR STUDENTS. THE DIVISION INCLUDES EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION.

Expenses
$2,649,870
Revenue
$3,037,945

TOURNAMENTS: THE ASSOCIATION'S TOURNAMENT DIVISION ACTIVITES ARE SUPPORTED BY FEES AND TICKET SALES FOR TOURNAMENTS THAT ARE PUT ON FOR MEMBER HIGH SCHOOLS WITHIN THE STATE OF ARIZONA. THIS DIVISION OPERATES, REGULATES AND PROMULGATES INTERSCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITIONS THROUGH STANDARDS, RULES AND REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY ITS MEMBER SCHOOLS.

Expenses
$2,572,762
Revenue
$2,631,988

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