Athletic Scholarships News
Athletic Scholarships News | Posted SEP 7 2011
Soon to be available for the athletes at Kaneland High School.
CoreCourseGPA.com is patent-pending, web-based software that allows school counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes to easily track a student-athlete's progress towards meeting NCAA Eligibility Center requirements (formerly NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse) for both Division I and Division II.
CoreCourseGPA.com generates a detailed "Initial-Eligibility Status Report" which provides the student/parent, coach or counselor with both the Division I and Division II core course GPA as well as corresponding minimum required SAT and ACT scores and a complete listing of the number of core course credits satisfied and the number to be completed.
CoreCourseGPA.com software is made available via an annual license fee to schools or individual subscribers. The CoreCourseGPA.com software is customized for the specific core course offerings of each member high school.
In addition to providing a time-saving tool to calculate NCAA core course GPA, CoreCourseGPA.com also provides counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes with pertinent information pertaining to financial aid, the recruiting process and other academic subject matter.
Athletic Scholarships News | Posted JAN 6 2011
NCAA ONLINE REGISTRATION
As a prospective college-bound student athlete, you are required to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse if you plan on playing sports at the college level. The Clearinghouse will determine your eligibility to participate in Division 1 or Division 2 sports. The NCAA has the overall say in your status.
It is the responsibility of the Parents/Guardians and Student to:
1. Go to the internet and log on to http://ncaa.org/
2. Click on the Eligibility Center Link and follow the directions
3. If you need our Kaneland High Schools Code, it is 142760
4. Send official transcripts to NCAA Clearinghouse second semester of your Junior Year and in June after graduation of your Senior year.
To: NCAA Clearinghouse Eligibility Center Certification Processing, P.O Box 7136 Indianapolis, Indiana 46207-7136
1. Review all topics and research colleges at http://www.ncaa.org/
2. MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE TAKING COLLEGE BOUND CURRICULIM:
4 years English, 3 years math Algebra 1 or higher, 3 years Lab Science, 3 years Social Studies, 3 years additional core courses from any area listed above or from Foreign Language to equal 16 core credits.
3. Keep up Grade Point Average with grades of C, B, & A in CORE Classes.
(D & F grades in CORE classes jeopardize your chances of meeting the qualifying standards and your chances of obtaining scholarship opportunities). More »
Athletic Scholarships News | Posted SEP 15 2010
So, you are thinking about transferring
Relieve your anxiety:
Read this guide to learn what you need to know
If you are thinking about transferring to a
different school to play a sport, you might be
confused and full of questions like …
n Do I have to tell my current school that I
want to transfer?
n When can I play after I transfer?
n What transfer rules apply to me?
n What do I need to do at my two-year
college to make sure that I am eligible to
n What do I do if I have more questions?
n Where do I start?
The National Collegiate Athletic Association,
(also called the NCAA) understands that the
decision to transfer to another school is an
important and often difficult one in your
college career. Therefore, you should not
transfer until you know all the rules and
potential consequences. We do not want you
to negatively impact your education or your
chances to play college sports. More »
Athletic Scholarships News | Posted SEP 1 2010
Beginning in the fall of 2010, students who wish to
participate in athletics at a member institution will
need to be certified by the NAIA Eligibility Center
to qualify academically and be cleared as an
eligible student-athlete for competition beginning
in 2011. The NAIA Eligibility Center website —
http://www.PlayNAIA.org — will launch in April,
with registration starting September 1.
First-time NAIA participants — high school
students, transfers from non-NAIA schools and
those who have never participated in athletics at
an NAIA-member school — must register with the
See the Guide for the College Bound NAIA Student below and the link.
Please visit this web address for a list of NAIA participating schools.
Athletic Scholarships News | Posted DEC 7 2009
NCAA Eligibility Center Website and Services
General Information on the Eligibility Center Web site
*Register and update information for the eligibility center.
*Link to an information and resource page for prospective student-athletes and parents.
*Online version of the NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.
*Core-course listings for high schools.
*Home school information.
AND MUCH MORE GREAT INFORMATION!
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