Toledo Area Athletic Conference
The Toledo Area Athletic Conference (TAAC) began in 1988 when Danbury, Emmanuel Christian, (then known as Emmanuel Baptist), Maumee Valley Country Day, and Ottawa Hills joined together with Toledo Christian to compete in basketball. Cardinal Stritch joined in 1995 after withdrawing from the City of Toledo Athletic League.
The first season for TAAC Football was in 1999 with Cardinal Stritch, Danbury, Ottawa Hills, and Lorian Catholic (football only) competing for the Inaugural title.
In 2000 Northwood left the Suburban Lakes League for the TAAC wanting to compete with schools closer to their size. They initially joined in all sports but football but fully joined the conference the next year.
The TAAC lost Lorian Catholic when it closed at the end of 2003-2004 school year.
Edon and Hilltop became football only members in 2005 after competing in the South Central Athletic Association composed of several Michigan schools.
In September of 2009 Gibsonburg joined the TAAC when it became evident the Suburban Lakes League was going to fold. Gibsonburg began play in the TAAC in 2011- 2012 season.
In May of 2013 Tiffin Calvert announced that they would join the TAAC after the Midland Athletic disbanded. December of 2014 Tiffin announced they would be leaving the TAAC to join the Sandusky Bay Conference.
Montpelier was approve to join as a football only member in 2014, and will begin play 2015.
The TAAC signed a TV coverage package with BCSN in 2014 for exclusive coverage of athletic events in their viewing area.