Welcome to the North Florida Football Conference. The nine team conference established in December 2010 was developed in response to the new classifications and districts for the Florida High School Athletic Association. Founded on the tenets of sportsmanship, fairness, and equality all of the schools in the conference are either private or boarding schools who wanted something different for their kids to play for. Some of the schools choose to play an independent schedule, and conference membership allows those teams to compete for conference recognition and even a championship.
The conference is made up of two divisions. The north division consists of Aucilla Christian, John Paul II Catholic High School, Munroe Day School, and Rocky Bayou Christian School. The south division consists of Florida School for the Deaf, Oak Hall School, St. Francis Catholic High School, St. Johns Country Day School, and St. Joseph Academy. Schools are required to play each school in their division once. The winners of the two divisions will meet in a conference championship game the week the FHSAA allows bowl games. Teams may also play schools from opposite divisions, although those games will not count in the standings.
Weekly, the conference will name Players of the Week in each division when a conference game is played. At the end of the season, a conference Coach and Player of the Year will be named, an all-conference team will be selected, and the conference will honor a team and individual sportsmanship winner. All of these players and coaches will be honored with either medallions or plaques and certificates. The championship game winner will receive a trophy which will be kept at their school until the next year’s conference championship game.
For any schools interested in membership, please contact Jeff Malloy at email@example.com