Welcome to the Jr.Titan football family,
On this site you will find everything you need to know to register for our football program. Please take the time to read about the fees and volunteer requirements for the Northview Jr Titans Football program.
Our voluntary season training session will kick off in May with our free Speed & Agility clinic. Afterwards, we will post times for voluntary heat acclamation and light training at Abbotts Bridge. Generally 6:30-7:30 on weeknights.
In early June, the high school will host a Jr Titans Football Clinic. Details to come soon.
We will start official practice in mid July. There will be a 1 week period of no pads/helmets. Followed by 1 week of pads/helmets but no contact. Then we will begin our full practice schedule.
Before school begins, we may have practice Monday - Friday. During school, it will only be allowed Monday-Wednesday.
Please register your player by clicking the Registration button on the top left column. Make sure to fill in complete information including emails and cell numbers. We use email and text to communicate with everyone.
In order to have your child registered for the program you must supply the following information:
Although we are the Northview feeder program, our program is open to our community regardless of which school you attend.
Our football program is primarily for rising 6th - 8th grade but we do allow rising 5th grade players to play up.
K-5 flag and tackle players are encouraged to join the Johns Creek Hawks football program (jchawks.org)
Our program is volunteer based, so our operating hours are outside normal business hours to help accommodate working families.
Football is a team sport, coaches expect players to be at all practices and games. If a player does not attend , it is disruptive and unfair to the other participants. We ask that during our official season & post season, you not have other commitments during times Mon-Wed and Saturdays. Please always communicate with your head coach if your child is unable to make a practice or game as soon as possible , so the coach can rearrange any plans he may have.
Our home field is located at Northview High School , 10625 Parsons Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30097.
Practices are generally held at the main football field. However, if unavailable , we utilize the Abbotts Bridge Rd field and the Parsons Rd field.
We will officially practice Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 6:30PM - 8:30PM. Exception: Until the beginning of the school, practices may occur Monday-Friday (TBD).
Our games are on Saturdays at various times. Our opponents are in the Metro Atlanta area in relatively nearby parks and schools.
The Northview Jr Titans program provides the following equipment:
Participants are required to provide the following equipment:
In order for our program to operate , be successful and keep fees low; we must have parent volunteering and involvement. Each family is required to fulfill (3) spots during the season. Our volunteer coordinator will be in charge of scheduling these opportunities. If given the opportunity by the league , the Jr Titans may also host jamboree and playoff events , as we have one of the large facilities to accommodate these events. We ask that our community help us with these events as well , as they assist us with fundraising.
The Jr. Titan Football Program is funded solely by fees collected from players. We are not subsidized or financially funded in any way by the county, the middle school or the high school.
Our fees are $525 for the season.
The Spring season will be a combine style at the high school stadium. The sessions will be comprised of a no contact combine style drills designed to introduce our athletes to core strengthening, speed and agility workouts. The spring season is considered part of our season, so there is no separate fee for the spring, nor is there a discount or deduction for players who choose not to participate in the spring. We encourage spring sport players to participate in their spring sport fully and attend football practice and scrimmages as available without compromising your spring sport.
Our fees cover, among other things, the following costs of running the program:
Payment plans as well as hardship scholarships (based on Fulton County Meal Plan rules) available. Email email@example.com for information.
What is not covered:
Players are responsible for providing their own cleats, mouthpieces, leg pads/ girdles and practice pants.
Admission to games for family members (players, coaches and those volunteering are free)