GPA and core classes

Your cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) is an ongoing average of each semester’s classes of your high school years beginning with your freshman year. The NCAA guidelines uses GPA and ACT or SAT to see what division you qualify. Grades is the key followed by athletic ability.
Also it is very important you meet with your high school counselor to make sure you are meeting NCAA or NAIA eligibility requirements.

Think like a football college coachâ„¢ topic! What would you do?

If you were a football coach it would only make sense that a good student would be less of a worry academically and could give more time to the sport. Thus, if athletes had same athletic skill set then I (as a coach) would pick the athlete with the better grades.

Athletes, Athletes, cover all your bases, athletically and academically. Parents, you can be a big help now.

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