PHOTOS: Football and family at Justice High School

PHOTOS: Football and family at Justice High School

Justice High School is a year-round college prep high school geared toward at-risk students who have been rejected by the traditional school system.

The 14-year-old school is in an unassuming residential neighborhood in Lafayette, where Justice’s 84 students — who come from throughout the area — swarm the narrow hallways of the tiny building between classes. The school’s cafeteria is a kitchenette with a small table. A small utility shed houses all of the football equipment.

Amid this gritty chaos stepped Nels Thoreson, a former college quarterback at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, to coach and mentor a group of kids nobody else wanted and many of whom had never played football.

Read the full story here: Justice High School Football

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