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2017-18 Academic Year
Quarter 1 9/6/17 - 11/3/17
Quarter 2 11/6/17 - 1/16/18 (S1)
Quarter 3 1/22/18 - 4/6/18
Quarter 4 4/9/18 - 6/26/18 (S2) 

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NCAA Information
 Students who plan to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II institution need to use the new online registration.

To register, prospective student-athletes should access the registration materials at: www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
The student should click on "Prospective Student-Athletes," completely read and follow all online instructions. If you should have any questions please contact Kevin Beatty in the student services office. 

NCAA Division I Eligibility Requirements
New NCAA Division II Eligibility Requirements

Student Instructions for submitting Test Scores to NCAA

NCAA Registration Timeline:
Grades 9 and 10
  • Student takes academic college-preparatory courses, preferably one in each of the following areas: English, math, science, social studies and foreign language.
Grade 11
  • Student continues to take college preparatory courses in the areas listed above.
  • Student registers for the SAT and/or ACT, making sure to use code 9999 at the time of registration.
  • Student registers with the NCAA Eligibility Center and completes both the academic information and the amateurism questionnaire.
  • At the end of the student’s sixth semester, the guidance counselor sends the student’s transcript (or transcripts, if more than one high school) to the Eligibility Center.
Grade 12
  • Student continues to take college preparatory courses in English, math, science and social studies.
  • Student registers for additional ACT/SAT tests if necessary, making sure to use code 9999 at the time of registration.
  • On or after April 1 of the senior year, the student goes back into their Eligibility Center account to update their academic and amateurism information and request final amateurism certification.
  • After graduation, the guidance counselor sends the student’s final transcript (which needs to include evidence and the date that the student graduated) to the Eligibility Center.

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The YHS community does whatever it takes to help students succeed. Each person is valued as a meaningful member in this community. Our school is built upon intellectual honesty, high standards, and a commitment to open inquiry fostering lifelong learning. 
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