Become an NFHS Network School
The NFHS Network School Broadcast Program (SBP) makes it easy for students to produce live video broadcasts by providing the software, tools and training they need. With our proprietary technology, schools can produce and distribute high quality events throughout the year including regular season sports, graduation, band, cheer events, as well as other school activities. Broadcasting these events on the NFHS Network is a great way for a school to showcase its students and activities while strengthening the connection with parents, players, boosters and the community. The platform allows both live streaming and archiving for on-demand viewing. Your fans will be able to watch your events whenever they want, wherever they are. Becoming part of the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program is easy and you can get started with as little as a camera, a laptop, and an Internet connection.Contact Us Now
The NFHS Network School Broadcast Program provides a platform for students to learn about production and broadcast journalism. The program gives students an unprecedented opportunity to gain hands-on video production and on-camera experience. Participation in the program helps prepare students for college and professional careers in the journalism industry.
The NFHS Network School Broadcast Program provides schools with a platform to showcase excellence and to enhance their connection with the community. Participating schools have a dedicated school-branded channel that makes reaching alumni, friends, and family outside the local area easy. Broadcasting school events is a unique way to increase school spirit throughout the community.
Live broadcasts of sporting events on the NFHS Network require viewers to purchase a pass to watch. The pass model enables schools to participate in the School Broadcast Program for free and provides an opportunity for the school to raise money. Schools receive 50% or more of the proceeds from school produced live events.
Christopher Columbus High School
Located in Miami, FL
“The NFHS Network, and the School Broadcast Program, is the only platform my students have used that allows them to have a real voice in society”
– Omar Delgado, 2015 NFHS Network Teacher of the Year.
Tucker High School
Located in Tucker, GA
“The students enjoy the hands-on learning experience in broadcast video and our community has become more involved with our school.”
– Robert Knox, Teacher and Coach.
Sweet Water High School
Located in Sweet Water, AL
“The fans’ reactions were overwhelming. They loved it. They loved the fact that we were going to get [money] from [the School Broadcast Program] this year. They were very supportive.”
- Patricia Jones
Sweet Water School Broadcast Program Manager
Christ Presbyterian Academy
Located in Nashville, TN
“We’re reaching family members that cannot be in attendance, whether it’s the elderly, the handicapped, or simply family that doesn’t live here in Nashville. What’s even more significant is that game attendance hasn’t really been affected.”
– Mike Ellson, Athletic Director at CPA
The NFHS Network salutes the participating schools that have earned the honor of being recognized as Select and Elite Schools for the 2016-2017 school year. Select Schools demonstrate excellent broadcasting skills, and Elite Schools not only have excellent broadcasting skills, but also excel in promoting their events and generating funds for their schools. Please contact your Student Broadcast Program manager or email Accounts@NFHSnetwork.com to find out how your school can be recognized as an NFHS Network Select or Elite School.View Honor Roll