The FHSAA Ronald N. Davis Academic All-State Team recognition program honors 24 graduating seniors from around the state who excel in both athletics and academics. Each honoree will receive a $1,000 award, as well as a commemorative medallion, from the FHSAA for being selected to the team. From among the 24 recipients, two Scholar-Athletes of the Year, one boy and one girl, will be announced at the FHSAA Academic All-State Awards Banquet each June. The Scholar-Athletes of the Year, the most prestigious honors conferred on an active student-athlete by the Association, will receive an additional $3,000 each, as well as a trophy. More Info
The FHSAA Academic Team Champion recognition program honors teamwork not only in competition, but in the classroom as well. The program recognizes teams in each of the Association’s 20 sanctioned sports and 10 recognized sports, naming an Academic Team Champion in each classification. Each classification and overall winner receives a commemorative plaque. More Info
The Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame was founded in 1991 to recognize and preserve the heritage of high school athletics in Florida, to keep alive their tradition and spirit, and to honor each year those persons who through distinguished achievement have excelled in one or more high school athletic programs sponsored by the Association and its member schools.
To date, 137 deserving individuals have been enshrined in the Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame. They include coaches, administrators, contest officials and other contributors, such as sports writers, who have raised the level of awareness of high school athletics through their dedication, efforts and achievements. More Info
The FHSAA Floyd E. Lay Sunshine Cup All-Sports Awards are presented by the Florida High School Athletic Association. Points are awarded a school based on its finish in FHSAA State Series competition in each sport in the classification in which it has been assigned to compete. The top 16 places are scored. More Info
Sportsmanship is having pride in your school, your team and yourself. Sportsmanship is having respect for the game and those who play it. The Florida High School Athletic Association reminds you to take on the responsibility of good sportsmanship. Play strong. Play hard. Play fair. The FHSAA promotes sportsmanship programs around the state and also shares what schools are doing in the name of good sportsmanship. More Info
You can access the championship record books for all of the FHSAA's sports programs. More Info