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NCAA Eligibility Information
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The student-athlete must take ownership of the process. Coaches, college counselors, and athletic leadership are available to help.
Academics and behavior play a key role starting in 9th grade.
9th graders should communicate with Academic and College Counselors to make sure they are in the right classes based on their college athletic goal. Connecting early is key!
By 10th grade, student-athletes should be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center (link is provided above).
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Keep your Hudl video up-to-date. Each sport at 威尼斯赌博游戏手机版 has a hudl account to which athletes have access. Hudl is an important resource.
Attend camps and college showcases, and take advantage of other opportunities that help you get seen!
11th graders need to stay in contact with their college counselor.
Take the ACT or SAT and send your score to the NCAA.
At the end of the year, request your college counselor to upload your official transcript to the NCAA Eligibility Center.