Allegany | Beall** | Bishop Walsh* | Bruce** | Fort Hill | LaSalle** | Mountain Ridge | Penn Avenue** | Valley** | Westmar**
NOTES: Penn Avenue, although opened in the mid-1920s, fielded its first football team in 1932. The school was closed after the 1935-36 school year as Fort Hill opened. … LaSalle merged with three other private schools to create Bishop Walsh in 1966. … Bruce and Valley were merged in the late 1980s to form Westmar. … Beall and Westmar merged in 2007 to form Mountain Ridge.
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
Andover** | Annapolis | Annapolis Area Christian School | Archbishop Spalding | Arundel | Broadneck | Brooklyn Park** | Chesapeake-AA | Glen Burnie | Meade | North County | Northeast-AA | Old Mill | St. Mary’s-AA | Severn School | Severna Park | South River | Southern-AA | Wiley H. Bates** | Wroxeter School**
Archbishop Curley | Benjamin Franklin at Masonville Cove | Bluford Drew Jemison | Cardinal Gibbons** | Carver Vo-Tech | City College | Digital Harbor | Douglass-Balt. | Dunbar | Edmondson/Westside | Forest Park | Friendship Academy E&T (FAET) | Friends School | Gilman | Institute of Business & Entrepreneurship* | Lake Clifton | Maritime Academy | Mergenthaler Vo-Tech | Mount Zion Baptist* | National Academy Foundation (NAF) | New Era Academy | Northern-Balt.** | Northwestern-Balt. | Patterson | Polytechnic | Reginald Lewis | St. Frances Academy | Samuel Banks** | Southside Academy** | Southern-Balt.** | Southwestern-Balt. | Walbrook** | W.E.B. DuBois
Baltimore Lutheran | Boys’ Latin | Calvert Hall | Carver A&T* | Catonsville | Chesapeake-BC | Dulaney | Dundalk | Eastern Technical | Franklin | Hereford | Hickey School** | Kenwood | Lansdowne | Loch Raven | Loyola | McDonogh | Milford Mill | Mount Carmel | New Town | Overlea | Owings Mills | Parkville | Patapsco | Perry Hall | Pikesville | Randallstown | St. Paul’s | Sparrows Point | Towson | Western Tech | Woodlawn
Col. Richardson | North Caroline
Bohemia Manor | Eastern Christian Academy | Elkton | Elkton Christian* | North East-Cecil | Perryville | Rising Sun | Tome School* | West Nottingham Academy*
NOTE: Elkon Christian ended its football program after the 2008 season and changed its name to Tri-State Christian on July 1, 2011.
Cambridge-South Dorchester | Mace’s Lane**
Brunswick | Catoctin | Frederick | Frederick County Home School | Linganore | Maryland School for the Deaf | Middletown | Oakdale | St. John’s Catholic Prep | Thomas Johnson | Tuscarora | Urbana | Victor Cullen* | Walkersville
NOTES: Victor Cullen, a residential school, ceased its football program in the early 2000s. … St. John’s Catholic Prep formerly was known as St. John’s-Prospect Hall when it first fielded a football team. Also, the school was located in Frederick for more than 200 years until moving to Buckeystown in 2013.
Atholton | Centennial | Glenelg | Hammond | Howard | Long Reach | Marriotts Ridge | Mount Hebron | Oakland Mills | Reservoir | River Hill | Wilde Lake
Albert Einstein | Avalon School | Bethesda-Chevy Chase | Briarly Hall Military School | Bullis School | Charles W. Woodward** | Clarksburg | Col. Zadok Magruder | Damascus | Gaithersburg | Georgetown Prep | Good Counsel | James Hubert Blake | John F. Kennedy | Landon | Montgomery Blair | Northwest | Northwood | Paint Branch | Poolesville | Quince Orchard | Richard Montgomery | Robert E. Peary** | Rockville | Seneca Valley | Sherwood | Springbrook | Thomas S. Wootton | Walt Whitman | Walter Johnson | Watkins Mill | Wheaton | Winston Churchill
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
Bishop McNamara | Bladensburg | Bowie | Capitol Christian Academy | Central-PG | Charles H. Flowers | Crossland | DeMatha Catholic | DuVal | Eleanor Roosevelt | Fairmont Heights | Forestville | Frederick Douglass-PG | Friendly | Gwynn Park | Henry A. Wise | High Point | Largo | Laurel | National Christian Academy | Northwestern-PG | Oxon Hill | Parkdale | Potomac | Riverdale Baptist | St. Vincent Pallotti | Suitland | Surrattsville
QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY
Kent Island | Queen Anne’s
ST. MARY’S COUNTY
Charlotte Military Academy** | Chopticon | Great Mills | Leonardtown | St. Mary’s Ospreys** | St. Mary’s Ryken
NOTE: St. Mary’s Ospreys was a club team that competed against high schools for one year.
Crisfield* | Washington
Boonsboro | Clear Spring | Hagerstown** | Hancock | North Hagerstown | St. James | Smithsburg | South Hagerstown | Williamsport
NOTE: Hagerstown High School was split into North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown in the 1950s.
James M. Bennett | Parkside | Wicomico
Pocomoke* | Snow Hill | Stephen Decatur
*-program no longer exists
**-school no longer exists
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