Metro Atlanta Athletic Conference (MAAC)

The purpose of MAAC is to organize and promote middle school athletic programs, foster fair play and friendly rivalry for boys and girls through interscholastic competitions, and to encourage good sportsmanship among contestants, schools and communities.

MAAC Code of Conduct

Each member school shall act in accordance with high standards in modeling sportsmanship. Coaches, players, and spectators will be informed of the league’s goals. Schools and coaches will conduct themselves in a professional manner.

  1. Coaches are the heart and soul of the program. They have the primary responsibility of carrying out and accomplishing the goals of the Conference. Therefore, the conduct of the coach should be above reproach. Coaches should uphold the standards expected of the student-athletes. Infractions committed by a coach should be reported to the Commissioner as well as the Athletics Director of the school. The Commissioner, along with the Executive Board will determine what sanctions are to be levied on coaches or schools in violation. In the case of an ejection, MAAC mandates that the coach be suspended for at least one game in addition to the game for which he/she was ejected.
  2. Players are representatives of both their school and MAAC. Players will refrain from profanity, abusive language, outbursts and any physical abuse (e.g. fighting) toward teammates, opposing players, coaches, spectators and officials. MAAC expects member schools to deal with their own athletes to ensure that the above Conference standards are met. In the case of ejection, MAAC mandates that the athlete be suspended for at least one game in addition to the game from which he/she was ejected.
  3. Spectators are expected to conduct themselves in a positive manner. Any misconduct on the part of spectators needs to be addressed by the coach or administrator of the member school.

MAAC Board of Directors

The Board of Directors includes representatives from the following membership schools:

AIS Atlanta International School (1) GAL Galloway School (1)
AGS Atlanta Girls’ School (2) GHA Greenfield Hebrew Academy (2)
ARB Arbor Montessori (2) HEIS Heiskill School (2)
ATLA Atlanta Academy (2) HSP Holy Spirit Preparatory School (1)
BH Brandon Hall (2)
HOW Howard School (2)
COT Cottage School (2) MGW McGinnis Woods (2)
DAV Davis Academy (1) RCS Ridgeview Charter School (1)
EPS Epstein School (1) SMES St. Martin’s Episcopal School (1)
FLS Faith Lutheran School (2) TDS Torah Day School (1)

(1) indicates larger school division
(2) indicates smaller school division
St. Martin’s Episcopal School is a private day school for students in preschool through grade 8, located in Atlanta, GA. We are dedicated to providing a quality education of the whole person in a loving, Christian atmosphere, which fosters lifelong learning.