We provide a robust online platform that enables schools to easily build and manage teams, check schedules, and track stats, all with real-time support.
Our platform partner, PlayVS, is where varsity esports happens. As a varsity athlete, the level of competition never stops improving and that makes your potential championship that much more impressive. With the PlayVS system, students choose to compete with a variety of game titles:
For FREE (as of 11/14/23), students can join a team and represent their school in competitions across the state!
An Unrivaled Esports Experience
MHSEL Advisory Board
- Region 1: Becky LaBrecque, Marquette Senior High School
- Region 2: Ashlie O'Connor, Alpena Montmorency Alcona ESD
- Region 3: David Droski, Mona Shores High School
- Region 4: Vacant
- Region 5: Ginger Herzog, Bay City Central High School
- Region 6: Sherri St. Clair, Linden High School
- Region 7: Eric Heinz, Divine Child High School
- College: Carl Leone, Oakland University
- Principal: Steve Forsberg, Ludington High School
- At-Large: Matt Mooney, Detroit Catholic Central High School
- At-Large: Brady VanMalsen, Hudsonville High School
- At-Large: Chris White, Novi High School
MHSEL works with partners to provide Michigan schools and students the best esports experience possible. A big shout out and thank you to our current partners!
If you are interested in being a partner for the Michigan High School Esports League, hosted by MASSP and MASC/MAHS, please contact us at 517-327-5315.
Ryan Cayce, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Cayce joined the MASSP team in September 2017. He started his career at Croswell-Lexington High School as a Business & Technology teacher where he taught and coached basketball for six years. Ryan moved into administration at Cros-Lex High School as the Assistant Principal and then Principal. He also served as Principal of Ubly Jr/Sr High School. Ryan holds a Bachelor's in Business Education from Western Michigan University and a Master's in Public Administration from U of M-Flint.
Ryan enjoys spending time with his wife, Amanda, and four children. As a family, they spend most of their time on the sports fields/courts, swimming, boating and watching the Detroit Lions. In his free time, Ryan also enjoys playing guitar and running.
MHSEL Assistant Director
Maggie Helmer, email@example.com
Maggie joined MASSP in June 2020. Maggie began her career in education at the Ionia County Intermediate School District in 2010 and prior to coming to MASSP worked at the Michigan Association of Superintendents and Administrators for 4 years as their Executive Assistant. Maggie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with a minor in Community Leadership from Aquinas College and is a certified Mediator.
Maggie grew up in Ionia and served on two nonprofit boards for a cumulative of 6 years. Outside of work she enjoys traveling, playing cards, working out, a good book, watching sports (Go Blue!), movie marathons, time with family/friends (especially at the lake or pool), and pushing herself outside her comfort zone (no matter how scary it may be).
MHSEL PREP - Director of Middle Level
Nina Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nina Davis joined MASSP as the new Associate Director of Member Services and Middle Level in 2022. Nina comes to the organization with over 17+ years of education experience in urban and suburban districts and after a 9 year tenure of being a middle school principal. Nina has taught and been a building administrator for both middle and high school. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in English and Health from Eastern Michigan University and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership also from Eastern Michigan University.
Nina was born and raised in Flint, MI. She and her husband JD have 3 children together. In her spare time, she loves to travel and has proudly visited 46 states and 10 countries to date. Nina loves exploring new brunch spots (her favorite meal) and listening to live music with JD or baking!
MHSEL Community E-Newsletter | Game On
Edition 1 | October 5, 2022
Edition 2 | March 16, 2023