NCAA Information

NCAA College Bound Student-Athlete Program

November 28, 2018 at 7:00 PM


Do you want to play sports in college? This program will cover all of the information you need to know to become a NCAA college bound student-athlete. College coaches will give you the inside scoop on the recruiting process and NCAA eligibility information will be reviewed. This presentation is open to parents and students of all grade levels.

Not able to attend? Check out the presentation:

Students and College Athletics Presentation PowerPoint

Students and College Athletics Presentation PDF


If you are Interested in playing college sports, the NCAA Eligibility website has a lot of interesting information. This website was designed by the NCAA to help high school student-athletes successfully transition to college. It includes general information about Division I, II and III and provides a broad look at the initial eligibility process.

What is the NCAA Eligibility Center? The Eligibility Center reviews prospective student-athletes to ensure they meet certain academic and amateurism standards. All student-athletes intending to play NCAA Division I or II sports need to register with the Eligibility Center. Students should register in sophomore or junior year. Student-athletes planning to participate in NCAA Division III or club/intramural sports do not need to register.

The updated Guide to International Academic Standards is now available!

Visit the NCAA website for more Educational Resources.

National Letter of Intent is a website that has useful information and can answer your questions about NLI signing

For information about playing sports in college, talk to your counselor!!