2021 GHSA Clinic and Test Close on 2/8

All adult GLOA officials are required to watch the GHSA online rules clinic AND complete the 50 question GHSA rules exam in order to officiate GHSA Varsity and Junior Varsity games during the 2021 season.

Officials who do not complete these will only be assigned youth games and be required to join US Lacrosse.


  • GHSA Online Rules Clinic: January 19 – February 8, 2020
  • GHSA Online Rules Exam: January 25 – February 8, 2020

The US Lacrosse tests and the NCAA test DO NOT satisfy this requirement. You MUST take the GHSA test and watch the GHSA clinic.

GHSA Clinic 

Available: January 19 – February 8, 2020

To take the clinic go to https://learn.ghsa.net/

Login using your login ID and password.  If you are a new GHSA official, click create new account and follow the instructions.


January 25 – February 8, 2020

To take the GHSA test go to https://exam.ghsa.net/

Login to the exam site using your last name and the last five (5) digits of your Social Security Number.

New Officials and Clinic

If you are a new official and do not officiate other GHSA sports you will need to register on the site to take the clinic. Click on the FAQ tab for instructions.

In order to take the GHSA rules test you MUST be registered with GLOA on Dragonfly.

Clinic Certificate

Please be sure to download the Clinic certificate that confirms you completed the clinic. We have had issues in the past and want to avoid confusion.


The test is 50 questions; 20 mandatory for all officials and 30 random questions. You may review your test once you complete the test.  Please let a us know if you would like to discuss any of the questions. The board receives a report of all test scores, so there is no need to forward us your scores.

Issues with Clinic or Test

GHSA is using the information given to them by the GLOA secretary, so if you have problems logging into the site or have trouble completing the test or clinic, please contact Landon Hunsucker IMMEDIATELY at [email protected].

90 Minute Time Limit

There is a time limit of 90 minutes to complete the test once you start.  You CANNOT log out of the testing system and then log back in – the timer does not stop! Please ensure that you have enough time to complete the test before starting. If you attempt to take the test near the February 8 deadline, you must start the test with enough time to finish before midnight that evening.

Pop Up Blockers


Some popup blockers, anti-virus and ad-ware scanners may cause the registration form to be blocked at the end of the clinic.

Please disable these items before viewing a clinic so ensure that you get the form. Tests are known to work with Microsoft Security Essentials and McAfee.

Smart Phones and Tablets

These clinics have NOT been tested on mobile devices such as iPad, iPhone, Android phones, etc. The credit form may not appear at the end of the clinic on these devices.


Study Resources

This pre-season, we have made available rules quizzes and other resources  in order to give officials the opportunity to get into the rule book and hone their rules knowledge. Each quiz will address one or two rules in the book. In addition to the quizzes, you will also find links to the online eBook versions of the rules book, the 2021 USL NFHS rules exam pdf, the US Lacrosse Rules Changes Webinar and the 2021 Boys Lacrosse Rules Interpretation video.