Scholarships & Resources
NCAA Clearinghouse / Eligibility Center
Who Should Register?
Any current high school sophomore, junior or senior who wishes to participate in collegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II college or university should register.
How Does Registration Work?
Registrants should visit the Eligibility Center website. From the home page, click on “Enter Here” for NCAA college-bound student-athletes, then click on the “New Account” link in the upper right corner. From there, simply follow the prompts.
In order for college-bound student-athletes academic certification to be processed, they must have test scores submitted to the NCAA Eligibility Center directly from the testing agency. Click on the “NCAA Test_Score_Submission” document for step-by-step instructions on how students can have their test scores sent.
- NCAA Eligibility Center Quick Reference Guide Division I and II
- NCAA Test_Score_Submission
Students need to notify Mr. Bencomo once they have registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Students need to be proactive about figuring out what career is best for them. Complete career assessments and research careers using the following websites:
- Use the My Next Move website to learn more about your career of interest or to begin searching for a career that interests you.
- Use the following websites:
- Humanmetrics website to complete an assessment on your personality type and careers that match it.
- iSEEK Careers Skills Assessment website to complete the assessment on your skill type and careers that match it.
- Use the Bureau of Labor Statistics website to research different careers and answer the questions below in finding out more about them.
- How does the occupation fit your skills and interests?
- What will you be doing in the occupation?
- What is the necessary education and/or training?
- How many jobs are there in the occupation currently?
- Is the occupation projected to grow, decline or remain unchanged? Why?
- How much does this occupation pay? What do the top 10 percent earn? The bottom 10 percent?
- Find someone with a job in the occupation you are interested in, and interview him or her. The interviewer should find out:
- What kind of work the person does.
- What the person likes and dislikes about the job.
- What advice the person would give to someone interested in a career in this field.
Visit our Career Information page to find out about fast growing industries, hottest careers for college graduates, and more.