• NCAA

     

    High School Timeline

    Grade 9

    • Start planning now! Make sure you speak with your counselor about taking the right courses and earn the best grades you can.​
    • Ask your counselor for a list of approved NCAA core courses, or check the eligibility center link below.

    Grade 10

    • Register for a certification account or profile page with NCAA Eligibility Center at eligibilitycenter.org. If you receive free/reduced lunch ask your counselor about a fee waiver for the NCAA account.
    • During course request meetings make sure you speak with your counselor about what courses you will need to be NCAA eligible.
    • If you have failed any courses needed for NCAA and/or graduation make sure to speak with your counselor about your options.

    Grade 11

    • Check with your counselor to make sure you are on track to graduate on time. 
    • During course request meetings make sure you speak with your counselor about what courses you will need to be NCAA eligible.
    • Take the ACT/SAT, and make sure that NCAA gets your scores by using code 9999 at the time of registration. If you send them later it will cost you money. If you receive free/reduced lunch ask your counselor for a ACT/SAT fee waiver.
    • At the end of the year, ask your counselor to upload your official transcript to NCAA.

    Grade 12

    • Take the ACT/SAT again, if needed, and make sure NCAA gets your scores by using code 9999 at the time of registration. If you send them later it will cost you money. If you receive free/reduced lunch ask your counselor for a ACT/SAT fee waiver.
    • Request your final amateurism certification from NCAA after April 1st
    • In May when you request your FINAL transcripts to be sent to your school of choice make sure to let Ms. Johnson know that you need them sent to NCAA as well.

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    Division 1 Academic Requirements

    Division 2 Academic Requirements

    Approved Courses

    NCAA High School Code: 100769

    Frequently Asked Questions