High School Football America Small Schools Top 25

small schools top 25

With the final High School Football America 100 out, it’s now time to crown this year’s “mythical” Small Schools national champ. The High School Football America Small Schools Top 25 is created with our same proprietary algorithm that creates the Top 100.

Mater Dei is 2018 National Champ

Our Small Schools national champ is nine-time Pennsylvania state champ Southern Columbia. The Tigers will bring a 32-game win streak into the 2019 season.

Below is the rest of the HSFA Small Schools Top 25:

High School Football America Small Schools Top 25

No. 1 Southern Columbia (Pennsylvania) 16-0

No. 2 Newton (Texas) 15-0

No. 3 Madison County (Florida) 13-1

No. 4 Mason (Texas) 16-0

No. 5 Kirtland (Ohio) 15-0

No. 6 Clinch County (Georgia) 13-1

No. 7 Mart (Texas) 15-1

No. 8 Hasbrouck Heights (New Jersey) 12-0

No. 9 Eagle’s Landing Christian (Georgia) 13-1

No. 10 North Florida Christian (Florida) 9-4

No. 11 Grandview (Texas) 14-2

No. 12 McClymonds (California) 12-2

No. 13 Amite (Louisiana) 14-1

No. 14 Tarboro (North Carolina) 15-0

No. 15 Kentwood (Louisiana) 12-2

No. 16 Christian Academy (Kentucky) 15-0

No. 17 Fort Hill (Maryland) 13-0

No. 18 St. Mary’s Springs (Wisconsin) 14-0

No. 19 Graham (Virginia) 14-1

No. 20 Taylorsville (Mississippi) 15-1

No. 21 Whitewell (Tennessee) 15-0

No. 22 Marion Local (Ohio) 13-2

No. 23 West Catholic (Pennsylvania) 12-3

No. 24 McComb (Ohio) 14-1

No. 25 Farrell (Pennsylvania) 15-0

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