5Freshmen CoachesMilo ThorntonRod SmithLeRoy Smith
6Vero Beach Football Website www.verobeachfootball.com
7SPRING FOOTBALL Spring Football is Mandatory Spring Practice Begins Wednesday May 1st at VBHS Main Campus.Varsity/JV Practice 2:30-4:45Freshmen Practice 5:00-7:00Spring Practice is 5-6 Days a week.Spring Practice Concludes May 22ndVarsity Spring Game vs. Dwyer High School Thursday May 23rd at Citrus Bowl 7:00pmIncoming Freshmen need an EL2 and EL3 (athletic physical) on file before the start of practiceVNA Mobile Van offers free Athletic Physicals…Schedules are available.Athletic physicals are good for 365 days.Athletic packets are good for 1 school year.Incoming Freshmen will not compete with current High School athletes in the Spring.
8MAY Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 Practice234Varsity10:00am567891011Red/WhiteGame11:00am121314151617181920212223Spring Game vs. Dwyer 7pm24No School252627Memorial Day28293031
10VERO BEACH FOOTBALL SUMMER CONDITIONING 2013 Summer Conditioning Begins on Monday, June 10th :Varsity- Monday thru Thursday 9:00am- 11:00amJV/ Fresh- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 5:00pm-7:00pmHard Work and Commitment are the key ingredients to being successful!Football and athletic camps are great tools to develop your fundamentals and athletic ability. Camps can also be a great way to get exposure by college scouts. .Prior knowledge of camps or family vacations should be communicated to Coach J.There will be NO summer workouts from June 30th – July 7th
11JUNE Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 56Last Day of Classes!7Last Day for Teachers8USSSAState 7on7910Summer WorkoutsBegin1112131415Car WashWaves161718192021Battle by the Beach2223/30242526272829Nike 7on7
12JULY Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 No Workouts23NoWorkouts44th of July5678SummerStart Back9101112Lawnwood7on7131415161718192021FCA CampVarsity22232425262728293031
14Academic Eligibility Requirements For The NCAA Click on theEligibility CenterAthlete must register with the Eligibility Center before his senior year for NCAA Division I or II.
15NCAA Division I Academic Eligibility Requirements 16 Core Courses Required4 years of English3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher)2 years of natural/physical science1 year of additional English, mathematics, or natural/physical science2 years of social science4 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language, or non-doctrinal religion/philosophy)
17NCAA Division II Academic Eligibility Requirements 14 Core Courses Required3 years of English2 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher)2 years of natural/physical science2 years of additional English, mathematics, or natural/physical science2 years of social science3 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language, or non-doctrinal religion/philosophy)
18NCAA Division III Academic Eligibility Requirements NCAA Division III conferences and colleges set their own academic standards. Check with individual schools for more details.NCAA Division III athletes do not have to register with the Eligibility Center.In many cases NCAA Division III colleges standards are actually higher than those of the NCAA Eligibility Center.
19NAIA Academic Eligibility Requirements An entering freshman student must be a graduate of an accredited high school or be accepted as a regular student in good standing as defined by the enrolling institution.An entering freshman student must meet two of the three entry level requirements:A minimum score of 18 on the Enhanced ACT or 860 on the SAT.An overall high school grade point average of or higher on a scale.Graduate in the upper half of the student's high school graduating class.
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