There are academic requirements to play sports at most universities and college to find out if you're on track to meet academic eligibility and core-course requirements click below.
Click here to register for the NCAA Clearinghouse. The NCAA code for the ACT and the SAT is 9999.
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NCAA Eligibility Requirements -Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete
NAIA Eligibility Requirements-Guide for the College Bound Athlete
Conway Springs High School's NCAA Courses are below
Legal Disclaimer: The list of NCAA courses, and courses contained within, are maintained as a guide for prospective student-athletes seeking NCAA initial-eligibility. The list of approved courses does not, nor is intended to, signify accreditation, certification, approval or endorsement of any high school or specific courses by the NCAA or NCAA Eligibility Center and is subject to change at any time and without notice. Core course information included on this Web site is provided for guidance purposes only and should not be solely relied on as an indication of NCAA initial-eligibility. Certification of a prospective student-athlete is case-specific, and the Eligibility Center has the authority to determine in its sole discretion whether the prospective student-athlete has met all criteria.
Courses designated with a '=' symbol are courses that may be used only by students with a diagnosed disability. A course for a student with disabilities must be exclusively open to students with documented learning disabilities. The course must be quantitatively and qualitatively the same as the regular equivalent and there must be a standardized curriculum/syllabus.
NCAA legislation permits a student to receive credit for a core course only one time. As a result, if a student repeats a core course, the student will only receive credit once for the core course, and the highest grade earned in the course will be included in the calculation of the student's core course grade point average. Likewise, if a student completes a course that is duplicative in content with another core course, the student will only receive credit for one of the duplicative courses, and the course with the highest grade earned will be included in the calculation of the student's core course grade point average.
Additional Core Courses