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G.M.A.A. Organizational Structure

Members
152 school principals
(representing English Montreal School Board, Lester B. Pearson School Board, and the English Private Schools in Montreal)

Board of Directors
Representing:
Principals, advisory committees, school boards Elementary  Sector, Secondary Sector       

Elementary Advisory
Secondary  Advisory
96 schools 
53 schools


G.M.A.A. History 
Founded over 50 years ago as the Greater Montreal Interscholastic Athletic Association, the G.M.A.A. coordinates and promotes school sports across the island of Montreal,  the G.M.A.A. is dedicated to the belief that sport is a key educational tool, helping young people grow physically, emotionally and intellectually.

Our members include the schools of the English Montreal School Board, the Lester B. Pearson School Board and twenty three private schools in the Montreal area.

Today the G.M.A.A. organizes over 30 sports activities serving 60,000 students in the elementary, and the secondary schools.
We are proud that our population accounts for close to 20% of the participation in interscholastic sports with less than 6% of the Quebec student population. 46% of the students who compete in G.M.A.A. are female which brings us very close to equality of participation, a best in the province.

The team that wins the championship in each age category in each of our 22 High school sports is presented with a banner. Our history in high school sports hangs in each member school where these banners are hung with pride.
Many of our athletes receive our medals for winning these championships or for being the runners up. Over 5000 medals are given out to our top athletes each year.

G.M.A.A. speaks not only of the future, but also of a history of excellence and responsibility.

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