The Kentucky High School Athletic Association, which has conducted a 16-month investigation into the boys' basketball program at Rose Hill Christian in Ashland, won't take any final action on the matter until early December.
The KHSAA's Board of Control met Monday to review and approve a preliminary report on alleged violations committed by Rose Hill.
The board also discussed the report with Rose Hill administrators, a former assistant coach and the school's attorney at Monday's meeting.
The report's most serious allegations are that Rose Hill paid for a basketball player's tuition; a lack of oversight in awarding a scholarship to that player; and a lack of institutional control by the administration.
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Rose Hill has until Nov. 30 to respond to the preliminary report. The KHSAA's Board of Control will meet on Dec. 7 to decide whether to impose any penalties or fines on the private school.