lifegatesports wrote:According to the UIL list, the following Texas high schools do not play FOOTBALL (6 or 11 man).
I suggest that TEA immediatly identify these schools as underperforming and should be under immediate and intense scrutiny for failure to provide a complete educational environment.
(Seriously, a couple of these do play football ... Fort Hancock and Grand Prairie Advantage are outlaw 6 man schools, and I think even Brock is going to start football and play in the 2014-2016 realignment period). A number of them are charter schools as well and I think there are a couple that are in their first or second year as a new school
Arlington Summitt Int Prep Charter
Austin Harmony Science Charter
Briscoe Ft Elliott
Bronte11 man school
Brownsville Frontier Coll Prep Charter
College Station HS (new school)
CC College Prep Charter
CC London (new school)
Cumby Miller Grove
Dallardsville Big Sandy
Dallas Faith Family Charter
Dallas Triple A Charter
Edinburg Idea Quest Charter
El Paso Da Vinci School of Arts
Fort Hancock (non-UIL outlaw)
Georgetown Gateway Charter
Grand Prairie Advantage Charter (non-UIL outlaw)
Grand Prairie Harmony Science Charter
Houston KIPP Charter
Houston YES East End Charter
Houston YES Gulfton Charter
Houston YES SW Charter
Houston YES SE Charter
Irving North Hills
LaMarque Premier Academy Charter
La Rue La Poynor
Lufkin Pineywoods Community Charter
Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill
Nocona Prairie Valley
San Antonio Fox Tech (dropped fb a couple years back when they became a magnet school)
San Antonio Gervin Charter
San Antonio Hawkins Charter (heard they are looking at 11 man, they'd be 2A)
San Antonio Stacey (Lackland AFB)
San Antonio Young Womens Leadership Charter (okay, an all-girls school. They get a pass)
Sulphur Springs North Hopkins
Tilden Mc Mullen County
Waxahachie Faith Family Charter (there is a non-school group that plays sixman under this name, but they are NOT affiliated with this school)
Old Geezer wrote:Noticed you had Channing on your list. I pastored there back in the mid-70s. A friend told me they once played football, don't know if it was regular or on the crowded field. He said they had to trave so far to get beat so bad that they decided to drop football. Think that was probably back in the mid - late 50s.
WV Backer wrote:I second coachjdjones on Marathon and would add Briscoe-Ft. Elliot as well. I think they would play football if they could field a team consistently.
rainjacktx wrote:Blue Bird wrote:RJ, Are you next in line for the Prune juice?
I have a good 5 years left in me before I reach that unfortunate milestone.
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