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Shippensburg Area Senior High School – SASH’S School Code is 394565NCAA-Approved-Courses2017 for Shippensburg Area Senior High SchoolDivision II Eligibility Sheet (Applies to students who will be graduating after August 2018)Division II Eligibility Sheet (Applies to students who will be graduating before August 2018)
Review your High School Academic Course Choices and Scheduling Options in the High School Program of Studies: Board Approved Program of Studies 17-18
National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics: NAIA
National Letter of Intent: NLI
When should I apply?
Students should apply during the spring semester of their junior year to ensure ample time for processing and record keeping.
Who should apply?
Anyone who has even the remotest thought of competing in athletics at the college level should apply.
How do I apply?
- Register for the NCAA Clearing Houses (Eligibility Center) at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net (preferred method of registration).
- All high school prospects must be certified and registered by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse.
- Prospects are encouraged to register at the conclusion of their junior year.
- Clearinghouse will not process a transcript with fewer than six semesters
- Fill out SASHS Transcript Release Form and the NCAA Transcript Release Form and provide these forms to Mrs. Richardson (Guidance Office) to process Transcript:
- Arrange for all SAT/ACT scores to be sent directly to the NCAA from either/both testing services. The NCAA’s code for SAT/ACT score requests is 9999. Go to www.collegeboard.org for SAT scores and/or www.actstudent.org for ACT.
- When Registering for the SAT, please remember to send your Official scores to the NCAA as one of your Four Score Recipients. This is a requirement!
What is the NCAA Initial Eligibility Center?
The NCAA Initial Eligibility Center is a governing board that was established by NCAA (National College Athletic Association) institutions in 1993. It’s primary function is to ensure the consistent application of NCAA initial eligibility requirements and acts as the sole certification authority of student athletics for participants in Division I and II athletics.
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