Information on Collegiate Athletics

Student and Family Guide To Collegiate Athletics  

On this section of our website you will find many useful resources that will assist those students who could potentially participate in collegiate athletics.  The links and documents provided on this page come directly from the NCAA and are to be used as a tool to assist the student athlete as they move forward.  The instructions and resources are extremely valuable for all grade levels, not just those close to graduation.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact your guidance counselor or Mr. Miller.  Thank You.

Recent News:

Academic core course requirements have INCREASED. For the Class of 2015 and beyond, D1 students must have a minimum 2.3 core gpa (increased from 2.0) along with the appropriate SAT/ACT score.  The NEW sliding scale for the SAT/ACT with the GPA requirement has also been approved. 

All of the information needed for prospective college student athletes can be found in the 2013-2014 Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete. This document serves as a tremendous resource for students. Most questions can be answered by researching through this document or going to the NCAA.( )

Additional information can be found on the NCAA Eligibility Center website.  (


Each week in the summer a writer from the Burlington County Times writes a different article about high school students hoping to play collegiate athletics. He has great knowledge of the county and has had many various experience with high school and collegiate athletics. Below are the links to the articles.
Guidelines for student athletes (July 1, 2013)
College Recruiting: Times are changing in collegiate recruiting (July 1, 2013)
College recruting: Finding the right school (July 10th, 2013)

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