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NCAA approved courses

The NCAA “Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse” is the organization that determines a student’s status or initial eligibility for NCAA athletic scholarships. High school students who wish to be considered for NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) full or partial athletic scholarships now must meet very specific courses, GPA, and ACT/SAT test score requirements. If these requirements are not satisfied, the student will not be eligible to compete for NCAA Division I or II scholarships.

It is the student/parent’s responsibility to make sure their student athlete is eligible for college athletics through the NCAA Clearinghouse.

Click here all NCAA eligibility requirements. 


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