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St. Paul High School Named to the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll Recognized by the NFL

St. Paul High School is proud to be named to the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll by the National Football League celebrating schools that have contributed to Super Bowl History. By being recognized on the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll, St. Paul High School will receive a NFL Character Education Curriculum and will be eligible to apply for grants offered by the NFL Foundation that will support and grow the football program. St. Paul High School will also be receiving golden footballs to be displayed for every alum that has appeared in a Super Bowl.

St. Paul High School is proud to be the home of two NFL players who were talented and fortunate to have played in a Super Bowl. Matt Willig, class of 1987, who won a Super Bowl ring with the St. Louis Rams in 1999 and appeared in the Super Bowl with the Carolina Panthers in 2004. Bill Bain, class of 1970, who made a Super Bowl appearance with the Los Angeles Rams in 1980.

“St. Paul High School is proud to have active and supportive alumni play a part in a notable NFL game like a Super Bowl.” Says Principal Kate Aceves. “Because of the hard work of Matt and Bill, St. Paul High School will be able to be awarded significant and exclusive grants from the NFL due to the success of Matt and Bill.”

The NFL and the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll platform channel the past 49 Super Bowls with this year’s game and honors the high schools and communities that have positively impacted the game of football. Only 3,000 players and coaches from 2,000 different high schools in the nation will be recognized this season.

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