Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association

The Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches association (CSCCa) is a non-profit, professional, educational organization for strength and conditioning coaches of collegiate and professional athletic programs. It was formed to meet the unique needs of these professionals. For more information please visit

Michigan High School Football Coaches Association

The Michigan High School Football Coaches Association is organized and operated to provide scholarships and awards to outstanding student football players and outstanding football coaches statewide in order to promote the advancement of excellence in football and athletic competition. It also provides educational resources and training seminars for football coaches on a regular basis and to instruct individuals in meeting the challenges of coaching football. For more information please visit


Minnesota Football Coaches Association

The MFCA; Minnesota Football Coaches Association, is the professional organization of Minnesota high school coaches ,and affiliates, representing and serving high school football for over 50 years by preserving its past, providing educational opportunities for students and coaches, recognizing achievement, valuing good sportsmanship, and enhancing and improving the game of football. In addition, we are actively engaged in partnerships with the MSHSL and MHFCA to develop healthy participation in all activities for the student-athletes of our schools and communities.

Ohio High School Football Coaches Association

Over the past 65 years the OHSFCA has grown to become the largest high school Football Coaches Association in the United States. We currently have over 3,000 members representing nearly 550 of the 715 football playing schools in Ohio. The OHSFCA has become a voice for change and progress within the Ohio High School Athletic Association as well by providing input concerning the development of a football tournament that is the envy of the United States. For more information please visit

Texas High School Coaches Association

The Texas High School Coaches Association was organized on November 28, 1930 and the very first coaching school held in 1933 in San Antonio, attracted 65 coaches. Membership has grown to over 19,000 with over 11,000 in attendance at coaching school annually making it the largest convention of its kind in the world. THSCA continues to strive to provide programs that will allow coaches to excel as teachers, mentors and motivators. For more information please visit