College Bound

Do you want to play sports after High School?

The advantages of competing in college sports are both immediate and lifelong. Participating in college sports provides opportunities to learn, compete and succeed. Student-athletes receive top-notch academic support, quality medical care and regular access to outstanding coaching, facilities and equipment. Student-athletes as a group graduate at higher rates than their peers in the general student body and feel better prepared for life after college.

Learn more about the three divisions

College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework.

  • If you haven't seen it yet, our new registration website is live! Please visit to take a look at the update site.

The new site makes the registration process easier for college-bound student-athletes and improves the accuracy of information our team looks at when evaluating students. We have several resources to help students, parents, counselors and coaches. Below are some popular tutorials:

Playing sports for an NCAA school is not your only option. Check out the National Intercollegiate Athletics Association (NAIA)

or the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for other opportunities.

News and updates from NCAA


If a student takes the current SAT before March 2016 and then takes the redesigned SAT at a later date, the NCAA Eligibility Center will not combine section scores from the current and redesigned SAT when determining a student's initial eligibility. The NCAA Eligibility Center will only combine section scores from the same version of the test. Because the redesigned SAT varies in design and measures different academic concepts than the current SAT, a numerical score on the current test may not be equivalent to the same numerical score on the redesigned test. Students should use recipient code 9999 when sending scores to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Additional information on changes to the SAT can be found at:


College-bound student-athletes must meet a core-course progression requirement to be eligible to compete in the initial year of full-time enrollment at an NCAA Division I school. Students who do not meet this new requirement will not be able to compete in the first year of enrollment at an NCAA Division I school. Go to NCAA Eligibility Center to view frequently asked questions about these new rules or see attached.

Your High School Counselors have many resources to help student-athletes with their initial-eligibility process.

Click Here for more information regarding Division 1 eligibility
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