South Suburban Conference (Minnesota)

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The South Suburban Conference is a Minnesota State High School League conference in Minnesota. It was started officially on July 1, 2010. There are ten member schools; nine of these formerly belonged to the Lake Conference and one to the Missota Conference. They offer 30 different interscholastic sports and 14 fine arts activities. After the 2013-14 school year, Bloomington Jefferson and Bloomington Kennedy left the conference to the newly formed Metro West Conference for a better balance of enrollment. Farmington Senior High School and Shakopee High School joined from the Missota Conference that same year.[1]

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