Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! After your application has been processed, you will receive between 1-5, or more offers from us! Then, you and your parents can evaluate each offer and choose the best one for you!

NCAA Division 1, NCAA Division 2, and NAIA schools offer athletic scholarships to their students.

NCAA Division 3 and NCAA Division 1 school that is in the Ivey League such as Harvard, Yale, Columbia, etc., do not offer athletic scholarships, only academic.

Fall Baseball, Spring Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Football, Fall Golf, Spring Golf, Half Marathon, Ice Hockey, Indoor Track and Field, Fall Lacrosse, Spring Lacrosse, Outdoor Track and Field, Fall Softball, Spring Softball, Fall Soccer, Spring Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Fall Tennis, Spring Tennis, Fall Volleyball, Spring Volleyball, and Wrestling.

Junior college (community college), is a type of educational institution that provides two years of academic instruction after graduating from high school.

Post-grad will allow players to improve their skills and education while having more exposure to colleges. Some post grads play their games against college competition.

Students get more college offers on average after going to post-grad first!

Full scholarships at a high school level are offered to the best student-athletes only. You have to be an exceptional talent to get a full scholarship. After we review your application, we will tell you if you qualify for the full scholarship!

A full scholarship covers school tuition, books, housing (room), meals, sports clothing (given by the team). 100% covered!

You will spend four years at a university getting a bachelor's, master's, or PhDs. While at a junior college, you will spend 2 years getting an Associates's Degree.

Individual training sessions, 30 games on average within a period of 6 months, weight training, improving your college exam score.

Being recruited by college coaches and getting more college offers!

Yes! Junior college lasts for 2 years, after that you can enroll at a university where you will complete your 3rd and 4th year of studies.

Yes, it is required to have SAT completed if you want to consider playing at the NCAA or NAIA level.

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