Let’s Go Scots!
Follow all the action from our high school student athletes as they compete in various athletic competitions. For schedules, results, merchandise, and more, visit the athletics page.
NCAA Eligibility Requirements
Any athlete that is planning to play sport at the collegiate level must registers with the NCAA for Divisions I, II, and III.
High School Timeline
- Start planning now! Take the right courses and earn the best grades possible.
- Find your high school’s list of NCAA-approved core courses at eligibilitycenter.org/courselist.
*If you are taking CCP (College Credit Plus) courses, you will need to submit these courses separately to NCAA by requesting your college transcript be sent to NCAA. *Note: The high school cannot list CCP courses on the high school approved course lists and the high school does not have control over which CCP courses NCAA will approve.
- Any athlete planning on playing a sport in college should meet with our Athletic Director, Mike Delaney.
- Sign up for a free Profile Page at eligibilitycenter.org for information on NCAA requirements.
2019-2020 NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete-this guide provides everything needed to ensure you are meeting the requirements for NCAA eligibility including a timeline to follow. You may set up an account with NCAA as early as your sophomore year in high school to ensure you are as prepared as possible. You must set up an account with NCAA no later than the summer before your senior year in high school.