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Course Selection Info
Graduation Requirements
College Admission Req.
College - Foreign Language Req.
NCAA Academic Eligibility
Course Listings
AP and Extra Courses

Course Descriptions

Agriculture
Art
Business & Office Education
Computer Technology
Extended Learning Program
Family & Consumer Science
Foreign Language
Guidance
Health
Health Occupations
Industrial Technology
Language Arts
Mathematics
Music
Physical Education
Science
Social Studies
Special Education

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NCAA ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY

In order to play or participate in college athletics which are sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in either Division I or Division II, a student must satisfy certain academic requirements. Students should be aware that all athletic associations have governing rules for athletic eligibility, and it is important to be aware of those rules, so preparation can begin early in the student's high school career.

CERTIFICATION OF ATHLETES

Many college athletic programs are regulated by the NCAA, and high school students planning to enroll in college as a freshman and wanting to participate in Division I or Division II athletics, must be certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. Students wanting to attain certification, should plan to start the process by the end of their junior year in high school.

If you are going to apply to a college and want to participate in collegiate athletics, you should check with the colleges to which you plan to apply, for further information.


 
 

 

 

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