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Summer Coaching Waiver Period Begins June 15
The Saint Paul Public Schools Athletics Department is opening the summer coaching waiver period starting Monday, June 15.
The summer coaching waiver period allows coaches to contact athletes and schedule practices and workouts during the summer months when there is no school.
The summer coaching waiver period will consist of two phases. The first phase will include outdoor activities from June 15 - August 6. The second phase will consist of indoor activities from June 22 - August 6.
Due to the continued presence of COVID-19, a variety of guidelines, expectations and daily procedures will be implemented to keep all coaches and athletes safe. These include hand-washing requirements, COVID-19 screening questionnaires, enforced coach-to-athlete ratio limits and sanitation recommendations, among many other protocols.
All athletes must register with their coaches before being allowed to participate. Please contact your athletic director with questions about registering for the summer coaching waiver period. Please note, failure to follow the expectations, procedures and guidelines as outlined by SPPS will result in the student athlete being immediately dismissed from the program with no refund issued.
Thank you for supporting your child and Saint Paul Public Schools.
Congratulations on graduating from high school! Before relaxing over summer vacation, but before you head to campus, the NCAA Eligibility Center needs a few things from you to complete your certification and make sure you’re ready to enroll and compete at an NCAA Division I or II school this fall.
To get started, log in to your Certification Account on the Eligibility Center website. Review the second box on your dashboard to see if we have your transcript(s) and test scores on file. If not, follow the directions below for each outstanding item. Remember, these must be in your account before you can be certified to play!
We need your official high school transcript(s) on file to complete your certification. Before leaving high school, ask your high school counselor to submit your official final high school transcript with proof of graduation to the NCAA Eligibility Center after graduation. If you attended more than one high school or program, we need an official transcript from each school.
International students: Please review our document submission requirements here.
Official test scores are also needed to complete your academic certification. We only accept test scores sent directly from the SAT or ACT and cannot use scores listed on your high school transcript. See instructions below on how to have test scores sent below.
Use code 9999 to select the NCAA Eligibility Center as a score recipient. You can do this before or after you register for the test.
It could take up to two weeks for your official test scores to appear as received in your NCAA Eligibility Center account. Monitor your account to ensure your test score gets updated.
If you need additional help, call ACT's customer service at 319-337-1270.
Academic certification requires you have an ACT/SAT score that matches you GPA on the sliding scale.
Planning on playing at a DI school?Click here to review DI SAT/ACT and GPA requirements.
Planning on playing at a DII school?Click here to review DII SAT/ACT and GPA requirements.
Because we cannot begin your certification until it is requested by an NCAA Division I or II school, it's important you share your NCAA ID number with schools recruiting you. Once requested by a school, we need the following in your Certification Account to begin your certification:
Official SAT or ACT scores.
Official transcript from each school or program you attended.
Proof of high school graduation on your transcript.
When we have received all of this information, it takes about 10 business days to review an academic certification. Please watch for email notifications, and check your NCAA Eligibility Center account in case we need additional information from you. Once a decision is made on your account, your status will also be available on your dashboard. (Find brief explanations of each statushere.)
Final amateurism requested?
If you have not yet requested your final amateurism certification, please follow these directions to ensure your account is pulled for review.
After Graduation: What's Next?
Upon receiving your final academic and amateurism decisions, you’ll know whether or not you are able to compete at your school this fall. The NCAA Eligibility Center is here for you throughout the process this summer. We wish you great luck in reaching your collegiate goals! Remember to follow the NCAA on Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date on the latest information for student-athletes at the collegiate level. The future is yours—go get it!
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