• College Athlete Information

    Students wishing to continue on with athletics in college are encouraged to begin research early in the process surrounding athletic eligibility and transitioning from high school to college athletics.  

    Important reminders for student athletes and their parents:

    • Students should review academic standards required to participate in collegiate athletics in NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA.  If students fail to meet those requirements, they may not be eligible to play college level sports immediately after graduation.
    • Each athletic association operates under different rules and policies, including when and how often a coach can contact an athlete.  Be aware of these rules!
    • Admission to a college or university is separate from being selected for a college team. Students still must complete the college application process, adhering to the deadlines established by the Admissions Office.
    • Students should speak to their high school coaches by at least junior year to discuss likely options for post-high school athletics.  

    College Athlete Tools

    CoreCourseGPA.com is a web-based software that allows student-athletes, parents, coaches to easily track a student-athlete's progress towards meeting NCAA Eligibility Center requirements for both Division I and Division II. 

    The CoreCourseGPA.com software is customized for Holt students specifically,  therefore only the NCAA approved core courses are listed.
    By using CoreCourseGPA, student-athlete's can generate a detailed "Eligibility Status Report" to track (and predict) CORE Grade Point Average (as well as corresponding minimum required SAT and ACT scores) as they go through high school and prepare for college.
    *If you have questions, contact Dr. Litzsinger in the College and Career Planning Center.
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    School ID:  263590
    School Code:  797503007

    NCAA Eligibility Website

    NCAA Approved Holt High School Core Courses

    NAIA Eligibility Center

    NJCAA Website

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