Pay-to-participate freeze approved by Saline school board
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Currently, high school students pay a one-time $325 fee to participate in school-sponsored sports and middle school students pay $275.
Ten out of 12 Southeastern Conference districts have pay-to-play fees with Chelsea and Ypsilanti the only two schools without any. Saline has the highest rate for playing one sport, second highest for playing two and fourth highest for playing three. Eight districts have middle school pay-to-play fees and Saline's is the highest of them.