High school football develops character by teaching lifelong lessons

Why is high school football considered an education-based sport?

Because players learn life lessons that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.

Being a good teammate. Treating others with respect. Finding ways to improve. Being accountable, adaptable and dependable.

These are just some of the ways that players develop character on the high school football field and grow as people off the field too.

Talk to your high school’s athletic director or football coach about how your student can sign up to play.

Where do students learn to play with integrity? Perform at their best? Lead by example?

When high school football players look around, what do they see?

What’s one of the best things about education-based athletics like high school football?