The official website of TISCA Water Polo and Texas High School Water Polo.
TISCA Water Polo is part of the Texas Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association and have been operating the official Texas High School Water Polo State Championship since the 1970s.
TISCA Water Polo is an organization of coaches dedicated to the growth of water in the state of Texas.
TISCA Water Polo's primary mission is to create an environment to grow the sport of water polo at the high school levels throughout Texas and provide a positive infrastructure for regional and state-wide competition culminating in the Texas High School Water Polo State Championship.
TISCA Water Polo is overseen by an elected Chairperson and Board with representation from the four regions:¬† North Region (DFW Area), South Region (Houston Area), East Region (Houston Area), and West Region (Waco to Rio Grande Valley areas).
TISCA Water Polo annually competes in the spring for both high school boys and girls. Competition begins after the high school swimming championship in February and concludes in May at the thirty-two team Texas High School Water Polo Championship. Each Region sends their top four finishers in both genders to the State Championship.