ABOUT THE NORTHVIEW JR TITANS
The Northview Junior Titan Football organization exists for the purpose of providing a competitive football and cheerleader program for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students that reside within the Northview High School attendance zone. The official name of our organization is the North Fulton Football Association (NFFA), but we are widely known as Northview Jr. Titans Football. While we operate independently from Fulton County, Fulton County Board of Education, or Northview High School, we enjoy an close association with the high school, principal Mr. Downey, the Athletic Director, Scotty McDaniel and Head Football Coach Scott Schwarzer. Our home field is Northview High School Stadium at 10625 Parsons Rd in Johns Creek.
Our football team is a member of the North Metro Football League (NMFL).
We are a non-profit organization, which is fully funded by the registration fees paid by our participants. We do not receive any financial support from Fulton County, Fulton County Board of Education, or Northview High School. We receive some income from our gates and concessions, and we do little, if any, outside fundraising. All of our money is used to run the program; for a more complete breakdown of costs, please visit the Cost to Participate Tab under About Jr. Titans.
Our work is done by volunteers. All of our coaches are volunteers; they run practice three nights a week, games on weekends, and devote time on off days for film study and game preparation, essentially donating a part of their every day to this program, an estimated 15 hours per week. Our board members, team directors, team moms, etc. are volunteers. It takes roughly 20-25 people per game to host a game at our home field, and on game day, we host four games. For this reason, we require all families who participate in the program to dedicate to work at least three shifts of game day volunteer work per season.