The FHSAA's top overall athletic-academic programs for the year were released Thursday with Trinity Prep finishing first in the team standings for Class 3A and Geneva taking second in 2A.
In 8A, six of the top-10 schools were from the area with Dr. Phillips (fourth), Boone (fifth), Hagerty (sixth), Winter Park (seventh), Spruce Creek (ninth) and Olympia (10th).
Harmony was fourth, Oviedo was fifth and Osceola was eighth in 7A. Lake Nona was eighth in 5A, Bishop Moore was eighth in 4A, First Academy was sixth and Orangewood Christian was 10th in 3A.
Schools in the state earned point based on their teams academic standings through the year. Those points were added together to compile the order of finish.
In addition, the FHSAA also announced its academic standings for the spring sports teams. For a complete list of the spring sports rankings, go to the FHSAA.org website or click here.
Joe Williams is a senior sports writer for the Orlando Sentinel. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org