High School Athletic Eligibility Fall/Winter sports - need 30 credits from previous year
Spring sports - need 15 "estimated" credits from previous two marking periods
Any failures - see your counselor and plan to go to summer school
College-bound student athletes who wish to participate in Division I or
Division II sports must first go through an initial eligibility
certification process by the National Collegiate Athletic Association
In order to be eligible, student athletes must meet certain NCAA
standards for grade point average (GPA) in core curriculum courses, as
well as SAT/ACT scores.
The NCAA recommends that student-athletes
start planning in ninth grade to earn the best possible grades. Make an
appointment with your counselor to make sure that you are taking the
correct classes for the NCAA core course list for your high school. This
list is available through your counselor or at eligibilitycenter.org.
The following websites provide essential and detailed information on the
NCAA eligibility process for student athletes. To view the website,
click on the title:
NCAA Eligibility Center
This is the official NCAA Eligibility website; student-athletes must
register on this website in order to begin the eligibility process. Students must request their transcript through this website in order for Union High School to transmit electronically to . Please follow all NCAA directions. Any questions or problems; see your counselor.
NCAA Eligibility Quick Guide
This is an explanation and listing of all academic eligibility requirements for Division I and Division II athletes.