Unprecedented Success

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  • 75-1 Record over the last 4 years (2017-2020)

  • 111-18-5 Record since 2014 (2014-2020)

  • Current 40 game winning streak from 2018-2020

  • 2020 

    • Arizona 2A Conference High School State Champions

    • 2A Region Champions

    • 14-0 Record

  • 2019

    • Arizona 2A Conference High School State Champions

    • 2A Region Champions

    • 18-0 Record

  • 2018

    • Arizona 2A Conference High School State Champions

    • 22-1 Record

  • 2017

    • Arizona 2A Conference High School State Champions

    • 2A Region Champions

    • 21-0 Record

  • 2016

    • ​​Arizona 2A Conference State Semifinalist

    • 11-5-1​ Record

  • 2015

    • Arizona 2A Conference State Quarterfinalist

    • 14-7-1​ Record

  • 2014

    • ​Arizona 2A Conference State Runner-up

    • 11-5-3 Record

Northland Preparatory Academy Girls Soccer Program has grown to one of the most successful high school programs in Arizona and in the entire country. With a high school girls population averaging 175 students, the program has grown to include a Varsity and JV girls program consisting of 30-35 student-athletes each season which accounts for roughly 20% of the high school girls population.

The girls soccer team has reached the playoffs in eight consecutive seasons while winning the last four 2A Conference Arizona High School State Championships. Starting in 2014 with a surprise run to the state final in a match with then powerhouse Blue Ridge High School, NPA lost the final 0-5 and finished as state runner ups. The following year NPA was knocked out in the quarterfinals by Snowflake in double overtime 2-3. In 2016, NPA lost 1-2 in the semifinals to a tough Round Valley team.  In 2017, a dominant freshman class strengthened the roster to take the team to a 21-0 undefeated season concluding with a state title. Over the next three years, NPA would establish their dominance with a 75-1 record winning four straight state championships between 2017-2021. This run included a 2018 Mesquite Cup tournament championship in Nevada against strong programs from schools with 2500-3500 students.