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You need to get registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse.......Do it today!!!!!!!
ArizonaVarsity.com has ran this article several times in the past and based on questions and comments, StudentSports.com will run it again on their behalf.
Unless your Tracy McGrady and are somehow going to bypass college, you need to get registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse!
If you are a senior (class of 2007), and plan to participate in an NCAA DI or DII school for athletics, then you need to get registered with the NCAA Clearinghouse. This is the "qualifying" process you must complete in order to compete - it takes a long time to get it all done. Their online service allows prospective student-athletes to register electronically.
If you are a junior (class of 2008) then learn this process and become very familiar with it. Make sure you have your SAT scores sent to the NCAA Clearinghouse from your account on www.collegeboard.com . ACT scores need to be sent in as well.
Here's what you need to do. Go to NCAA Clearing House, and click on the "Prospective Student-Athletes" link. Follow the steps and you will have your own login for future reference. Check back routinely to see the status of your registration.
While you are at it, go to NCAA and check the new requirements for NCAA DI and DII athletic participation. This site has all the GPA and SAT/ACT requirements that athletes need to achieve in order to play sports at the next level.
In the future, we'll keep a link to this article, and the SAT registration web site on "Quick Links" on our lev hand navigation bar.
Underclassmen/parents - learn this process in advance.
Do it now.