OFSAA is a federation of 18 regional school athletic associations geographically spread across the province.They are comprised of student-athletes, teacher-coaches, principals, and sport administrators all committed to the philosophy of education through school sport. Approximately 270,000 student-athletes and 16,000 teacher-coaches participate in school sport in Ontario.
OFSAA's main priority is to work with volunteer teacher-coaches to provide 46 provincial championships and five festivals for Ontario's student-athletes; however thee offer other programs and services that enhance school sport in the province. These include scholarships and awards, student leadership programs, coach development programs and resources, tournament sanctioning, and funding that is provided to support athletic programs at the school level. They also take a proactive role in dealing with issues that affect students, coaches, schools and communities.
Although disc sports, particularly Ultimate has not reached the pinnacle to which provincial champions can be achieved, the ODSA has this on it's radar for the near future. In order for Ultimate to achieve this pinnacle the following guidelines must be meet first. If you go to this link, you'll find their constitution http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/site/content/File/ByLaws_Sept_2008.pdf
Scroll to pages 34 and 35 to find the information that pertains.
Currently Ultimate has received sanctioning for the following event.
|"Spring Fling" Ultimate Frisbee Tournament
Pete Bowman - Barrie North CI
OFSAA also runs a number of programs that offers teaching and apparatus for disc golf and ultimate, paid for through grants at the provincial and federal levels. Please follow these links to learn more about the programs, time-lines and deliverables.