The Class of 2022 Knocked it Out of the Park
of the Class of 2022 Academy graduates are college-bound
The Academy Class of 2022 reported receiving $1.04M in scholarships. That's more than $86,300+ per student.
of our Class of 2022 graduates who applied to college were offered admission to their first-choice school
Class of 2022 graduates were accepted at 62% of NCAA Division I institutions
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Is Laurel Springs a qualified NCAA program?Yes, Laurel Springs qualifies as an NCAA-approved education program. The NCAA considers Laurel Springs a nontraditional education program.
What does NCAA-approved mean?NCAA-approved means courses have been reviewed and approved by the NCAA.
What is an NCAA-approved course?An NCAA-approved course meets the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s definition of a core course. A core course must be in English, mathematics, natural/physical science, social science, foreign language, comparative religion, or philosophy. It’s also required to be a four-year college-prep course and a course at or above the regular academic level.
What is NCAA eligibility?NCAA eligibility determines if prospective college athletes are eligible to play collegiate-level sports at Division I or Division II schools. Reaching NCAA eligibility does not guarantee college admission.
What are the NCAA eligibility requirements?
What GPA do you need to compete in the NCAA?You must earn a 2.0 GPA at the minimum. However, you’ll need a competitive GPA for acceptance into NCAA schools and to play college sports.
What are NCAA schools?NCAA schools are members of the NCAA organization. The NCAA regulates intercollegiate athletics across three NCAA divisions, Division I, II, and III.
How many NCAA schools are there?There are over 1,100 NCAA schools.