The IHSAA Blue Horseshoe Award is a state-wide program that invites Indiana high school football teams to complete community service projects during the off-season. Teams that participate will enter their projects into the contest, and the winning squad will be invited to an Indianapolis Colts game and honored for its hard work.
After the 2012 high school football season has ended, high school football programs are urged to begin their involvement in activities that support and grow their local communities.
Each participating school is invited to enter its service projects into the IHSAA Blue Horseshoe Award process. A Blue Ribbon Panel of judges will review the entries and choose a winner.
The Indiana high school football program that is chosen as the winner of the IHSAA Blue Horseshoe Award will be invited to a 2013 Indianapolis Colts game as guests of the team. The winning squad will be treated to an NFL game at Lucas Oil Stadium, and be honored at halftime in front of 63,000 fans.
This program offers a great opportunity for football players to develop as teammates, aid their community, promote their school AND be featured on the rational NFL stage.
Follow the steps outlined in this booklet and commit the time to become a recipient of the IHSAA Blue Horseshoe Award!