Division I and Division II Worksheet:
Theses worksheets can be used to help determine if you are meeting NCAA Eligibility requirements:
Division I and Division II Worksheet
Please use the following McGann-Mercy High School grading scale when completing the worksheets:
Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (www.eligiblitycenter.org) by the end of your junior year.
Send your test scores! Remember to enter “9999” code when registering for the SAT or ACT.
Request a final certification! Log back in during your senior year and update any new information to request final amateurism certification. *Beginning April 1 for fall enrollees and beginning October 1 for spring enrollees.
Graduate “on time” from high school in eight semesters (4 years). This is a requirement if you want to participate in NCAA Division I athletics.
The NCAA Eligibility Center has launched a new website at NCAA.org/playcollegesports to help high school student-athletes successfully transition to college. The enhanced online content gives student-athletes and counselors a broad look at the initial-eligibility process and detailed information about common eligibility situations.
It is the responsibility of the student to see that their high school course selections, grade point average and their SAT/ACT scores meet NCAA requirements. Any questions on high school credit information please see Mr. Lombardi.