Miami Dolphins Host Junior Dolphins High School Launch for Over 450 South Florida High School Athletes


MIAMI- The Miami Dolphins hosted the Junior Junior Dolphins High School Kickoff in an effort to strive and positively impact the game of high school football in our South Florida community.

And that’s what the team did with more than 450 high school student-athletes from Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach County.

This program was part of the team’s preseason game Saturday against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Ten South Florida high school football programs participated in pre-game activations, including educational technology talks led by Grover and nutrition programs led by FARE.

“The Junior Dolphins High School Launch Event was a great opportunity to partner with Nike to unite local student-athletes in our community to enjoy football while preparing them for their own upcoming season,” said the Miami Dolphins’ senior community relations manager. & Youth Programs RaShauna Hamilton said.

“We appreciate the variety of programs brought together for this event, including partners like Grover and FARE to maximize our impact on youth health and wellbeing.”

Schools participating in the program included Charles W. Flanagan High School, Dillard High School, Everglades High School, Fort Lauderdale High School, JP Taravella High School, McArthur High School, Miami Carol City Senior High, Miami Norland Senior High School, and Santaluces. Community High School.

The Junior Dolphins program encourages young players and coaches to teach, learn and play football in a fun and safe environment.

As guardians of the game, the Junior Dolphins strive to increase participation in the game, impact the football community and nurture the next generation of Dolphins fans.

Through a strong community partnership and strategic distribution of resources, all aspects of the Junior Dolphins program aim to emphasize character building to enhance the overall youth football experience.


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