11th Grade - Junior Year
- Visit colleges
- Look into Dual Enrollment Opportunities
- Take the SAT and/or ACT
- Consider a part-time job or career shadowing.
10th Grade - Sophomore Year
- Keep your grades up! Scholarships consider your overall GPA.
- Look into scholarship opportunities, and begin ACT/SAT test prep.
- Consider taking Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment Courses.
- Look into volunteer opportunities in our community.
12th Grade - Senior Year
- Apply to college in the Fall.
- Consider retaking the SAT or ACT for increased scholarship opportunities.
- Submit your FAFSA for financial aid consideration
- Work with your high school counselor and college admissions counselor for help
SENIORS - Complete Your FAFSA!
What is FAFSA?- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Recruiting Information for Athletes
Hedgesville High School has teamed up with CoreCourseGPA.com to provide custom online software to all student-athletes to assist in tracking their progress towards meeting NCAA initial eligibility require
ments.CoreCourseGPA.com calculates core course GPA for both Division I and Division II, provides corresponding minimum SAT/ACT scores, and a detailed report of core course credits earned and needed.All student-athletes are encouraged to activate their FREE membership to begin tracking their core course GPA and learn more about important recruiting topics. The sooner, the better - every semester counts!Step 1: Go to www.CoreCourseGPA.comStep 2: Click “Free New Member Account”Step 3: Enter School ID 490545Step 4: Enter School Code: 733188255Step 5: Complete Registration Form
Want updates, reminders, and tips to improve your NCAA core course GPA and avoid recruiting pitfalls:
- Athletes in the Class of 2023: Text CLASS2023 to (833) 267-3472
- Athletes in the Class of 2024: Text CLASS2024 to (833) 267-3472
- Athletes in the Class of 2025: Text CLASS2025 to (833) 267-3472
- Faculty and Coaches: Text STAFF to (833) to 267-3472
FreeRecruitingWebinar.org provides athletes and families with free, convenient, on-demand resources to educate them on many topics critical to the recruiting process, including: * Three rules of being a parent * Scholarship myths and facts * NAIA and JUCO education * Scholarships, do they differ? * The Name Game * Negotiate/Cooperative Education * Dangers of social networking/cell phones/Saving for College * National Letter of Intent * NCAA/NAIA Eligibility Centers * Recruiting Services * NCAA core course requirements