Eligibility is determined each quarter and is made official by the Athletic Director only.
Fall sports eligibility is based on 4th quarter grades from previous school year and 1st quarter of current school year.
Winter sports eligibility is based on 1st quarter and second quarter of current school year.
Spring sports eligibility is based on 2nd quarter and 3rd quarter of current school year.
Student athletes must be enrolled in 5 classes and passing at least 4 classes each quarter. Failure to do so results in the student being INELIGIBLE.
Minimum GPA is 2.0.
Students with a 2.0 or higher are ELIGIBLE.
Students below a 2.0 for a quarter, but a 2.0 or higher in previous quarter will be placed on PROBATION for 1 quarter. They can still practice and participate in games.
Students below a 2.0 for 2 consecutive quarters are INELIGIBLE.
Summer School grades can have a positive effect on 4th quarter grades only. If a Summer School class is taken for a class taken in the Spring Semester the grade can be replaced if it helps the GPA. If a class from a previous semester is taken in Summer School, it can be added to the 4th quarter if it will help the overall GPA only.
Eligibility takes effect 10 days after the end of the quarter. No exceptions.
Incoming Freshman for Fall sports eligibility is based on 4th quarter grades only.
Academic Eligibility Guidelines ELIGIBLE – passing 4 classes with a 2.0 or higher GPA
PROBATION – below a 2.0, passing at least 4 classes
INELIGIBLE – below a 2.0, not passing at least 4 classes
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