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1 NCAA Eligibility Presentation by Teri Gimbel Director of Guidance

2 Freshmen and Sophomores Must: Work hard to get the best grades possible Work hard to get the best grades possible Take classes that match Lincolns NCAA list of core courses Take classes that match Lincolns NCAA list of core courses If you fall behind, make an appointment with your guidance counselor to make a plan to catch up If you fall behind, make an appointment with your guidance counselor to make a plan to catch up

3 Juniors must: Register to take the SAT, ACT or both and use the NCAA eligibility code 9999 as a score recipient Register to take the SAT, ACT or both and use the NCAA eligibility code 9999 as a score recipient Prior to registration for senior year, check with your counselor to determine the number of core courses that need to be completed in your senior year Prior to registration for senior year, check with your counselor to determine the number of core courses that need to be completed in your senior year Register with the clearinghouse and send a Register with the clearinghouse and send a

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5 Academic Requirements for an athletic scholarship at Div I or II Graduate from high school Graduate from high school Complete NCAA approved courses Complete NCAA approved courses Earn a minimum core-course grade point average (GPA) Earn a minimum core-course grade point average (GPA) Earn a required SAT or ACT sum score Earn a required SAT or ACT sum score

6 Div. I Core Course Requirements 4 credits English 4 credits English 3 credits Math (Algebra I or higher) 3 credits Math (Algebra I or higher) 2 credits Science 2 credits Science 1 additional credit in Eng., Math or Science 1 additional credit in Eng., Math or Science 2 years of Social Science 2 years of Social Science 4 additional credits from any above or foreign language 4 additional credits from any above or foreign language

7 Division II Requirements 16 Core Courses 3 credits English. 3 credits English. 2 credits math (Algebra I or higher). 2 credits math (Algebra I or higher). 2 credits science 2 credits science 3 additional credits in English, math or science. 3 additional credits in English, math or science. 2 credits social science. 2 credits social science. 4 years additional credits (from any area above or foreign language) 4 years additional credits (from any area above or foreign language)

8 NEW for Current LHS Freshmen! Changes for students enrolling on or after August 1, 2016 Minimum core-course GPA of required; Minimum core-course GPA of required; Change in GPA/test score index (sliding scale); and Change in GPA/test score index (sliding scale); and Ten core courses required before the beginning of senior year. Ten core courses required before the beginning of senior year. 7 of the 10 core must be Eng, Math, or science 7 of the 10 core must be Eng, Math, or science Grades earned in 10 courses before senior year are locked in for purposes of GPA calculation Grades earned in 10 courses before senior year are locked in for purposes of GPA calculation

9 English Core Courses (4 credits) English I English I English II English II English III English III English IV English IV AP English Language AP English Language AP English Literature AP English Literature Creative Writing Creative Writing

10 Math Core Courses (3 credits) Alg 1a (.5 credit) / Alg 1b (.5credit) or Alg I Alg 1a (.5 credit) / Alg 1b (.5credit) or Alg I Geometry Geometry Alg II Alg II Pre-Calculus Pre-Calculus Advanced Topics in Math Advanced Topics in Math Math for College Readiness Math for College Readiness AP Stat or AP Calculus AP Stat or AP Calculus************************************* Liberal Arts Math and Informal Geometry are NOT core courses Liberal Arts Math and Informal Geometry are NOT core courses

11 Science Courses (2 credits) Earth Space Science Earth Space Science Biology Biology Environmental Science Environmental Science Chemistry Chemistry Physics Physics ************************* ************************* Currently Integrated Science does NOT count as a core course Currently Integrated Science does NOT count as a core course

12 Additional Core (1credit) Any English, Math, or Science from previous slides Any English, Math, or Science from previous slides

13 Social Science (2 credits) World History World History American History American History American Government / Economics American Government / Economics Sociology / Psychology Sociology / Psychology African American History African American History AP Psychology AP Psychology AP Human Geography AP Human Geography AP Euro History AP Euro History

14 Additional Core ( 4 credits) Additional academic courses in any of the previous areas and/or Additional academic courses in any of the previous areas and/or Spanish Spanish French French Latin Latin Sign Language Sign Language Chinese Chinese

15 Core- Course GPA and Test Scores Division I Earn a combined SAT or ACT sum score that matches your core course GPA and test score sliding scale (Example: 2.4 core course GPA needs an 860 on CR + M on SAT) Earn a combined SAT or ACT sum score that matches your core course GPA and test score sliding scale (Example: 2.4 core course GPA needs an 860 on CR + M on SAT) Division II Division II Earn a 2.0 GPA or better in core course Earn a 2.0 GPA or better in core course Earn a combined SAT score of 820 or and ACT sum score of 68 Earn a combined SAT score of 820 or and ACT sum score of 68

16 Your Best Test Scores Will be Used to Certify You Math CR Total Math CR Total SAT (10/12) SAT (10/12) SAT 3/ SAT 3/ Scores Used Scores Used

17 LHS GPA and NCAA GPA are DIFFERENT English III *C English III *C Env. Science *D Env. Science *D Geometry *D Geometry *D Amer Hist *B Amer Hist *B Comm TechA Comm TechA Int. Wt. TrainingA Int. Wt. TrainingA LHS GPA2.5 LHS GPA2.5 * NCAA GPA1.75 * NCAA GPA1.75

18 SAT Critical Reading, Math, & Writing Critical Reading, Math, & Writing Cost: $50 or fee waiver Cost: $50 or fee waiver LHS Code: LHS Code: NCAA Code: 9999 NCAA Code: 9999 Free full length practice test online Free full length practice test online PSAT – My College Quick Start PSAT – My College Quick Start

19 ACT English, Math, Science, Reading + Writing English, Math, Science, Reading + Writing Cost: $35 or $50.50 (w/ writ) or fee waiver Cost: $35 or $50.50 (w/ writ) or fee waiver LHS Code: LHS Code: NCAA Code: 9999 NCAA Code: 9999 Free full length practice test online Free full length practice test online

20 The only time youll find SUCCESS before WORK is in the dictionary.


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