NCAA Information

  • Pathway to the NCAA Portal

    Click to register with the NCAA

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  • Initial Eligibility Flyer for Student-Athletes

    A quick bit of information for potential student-athletes and what the NCAA is looking for in terms of initial eligibility. Complete a Division I or II Worksheet to determine where you are in regards to being eligible. Don't be afraid to reach out to Mr. Rapoza - or your counselor - if you have any questions.

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  • Division I and II Worksheets

    Check to see where you are in regards to your eligibility with these worksheets. Coupled with your student portal - you can look at your academic history - and start keeping track of your NCAA core class requirements. These worksheets will help you determine your NCAA CORE GPA.

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  • Division I Test Table

    Locate your NCAA CORE GPA (this is different from your cumulative RCHS GPA - the NCAA CORE GPA is what you compute using the Division I and II worksheets)... Now see what you have to achieve on either your ACT or SAT in order to meet eligibility requirements for Division I athletics.

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  • Division II Test Table

    Locate your NCAA CORE GPA (this is different from your cumulative RCHS GPA - the NCAA CORE GPA is what you compute using the Division I and II worksheets)... Now see what you have to achieve on either your ACT or SAT in order to meet eligibility requirements for Division II athletics.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    An extensive list of some of the most popular questions and answers to the NCAA eligibility process.

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  • Approved Core Classes List - NCAA

    If you are interested in playing Division I or Division II sports in college - you MUST make sure you are taking the right classes in Middle and High School. The NCAA has approved the following courses to be considered when they make sure you are taking at least 16 CORE classes. These are also the classes the NCAA considers when calculating your CORE GPA (not 4 years of strength training!)... Make sure you are not just challenging yourself on the practice fields - you need to challenge yourself in the classroom as well!

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