Skyline Spartan High School Football is a year-round opportunity for involvement and growth.  Athletes who show an interest in participation in the Fall Sports Season will find it beneficial to begin working out with their teammates alot earlier than that.  The following is an overview.  Select the individual camps on the menu for specific details.

     Conditioning has been a competitive advantage in Sparta since 2004 and is administered and managed to ensure compliance with District and WIAA policies. Focus is on hypertrophy training, strength/power, muscle endurance.  Certified trainers run the workouts which begin at the end of January and run through the end of November.

     Skills Training are position centric workouts for quarterbacks, receivers and offensive lineman who want to hone their individual skills. Experienced and knowledgeable high school and college coaches interact Skyline athletes to focus energies on working out with teammates in the off-season.  January through May and includes 7 on 7 drills with other schools in the area.  

     Spring Ball starts after Memorial Day and is the time Skyline coaches are allowed to begin working with and evaluating players that want to be included on the fall roster.  Dates vary based on a variety of factors, including regulations by the WIAA.  Registration is done through ASB bookkeeper.      

     Skills & Drills on the Hill, organized by SGC includes a 7 on 7 event, linemen challenge and kicking/punting contest and welcomes up to 32 high school programs to Skyline for two days over a weekend in June.  Community spectators are welcome.        

     Summer Team Camp welcomes frosh through Varsity athletes to attend a mutli-day, over-night experience at a college setting.  Skyline Coaches and players reside in dorms and use this time to set goals for the upcoming season. 

    Future Champs is held for one week during the summer and targets 2nd through 8th graders. High school football players, alumni and coaches conduct these morning sessions.