High school football is all for one and one for all

There’s no greater game to teach the power of teamwork than high school football.

That’s because success on the football field never happens alone. It’s only possible when 11 players train as one. Think as one. Play as one. When the entire unit is in unity.

It’s not about individual success. What matters most is the team. The team’s vision … the team’s goals … the team’s success. Because the team always comes first. And the only way to win is to work together.

High school football is about 11 players accomplishing together what cannot be done alone. Being a part of something bigger than themselves. All for one and one for all.

And for players, it shapes the people they are off the field too.

Talk to your high school’s athletic director or football coach about how your student can sign up to play. This is National Football Sign-Up Month! This is high school football.

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?