teraberry Posted July 31, 2012 Share Posted July 31, 2012 My son is a sophomore and plays baseball for the public high school in our district, which is a large school with a great baseball program. He has always played competitively and I expect that he will eventually be offered baseball scholarships. I would expect community colleges to want him and possibly more major universities. Right now, I want to plan ahead for college, but feel limited because I don't know for sure if he'll get baseball scholarship offers and if he does, what schools will be offering them to him. I've heard that we should pick a handful of schools that he's interested in and then find out about their admission policies. We could do that, but I feel like the chances that those will be the schools to offer a baseball scholarship would be slim. I'm also wondering about dual enrollment. If he takes community college classes now, will that disqualify him for a baseball scholarship in the future? Have any of you have to plan around a possibility of a sports scholarship? I feel like we're not going to be able to plan much for college options until the last minute when we'll know if and who offers a scholarship. Has anyone else had to plan for college while keeping a possible sports scholarship in mind? If so, I'm all ears! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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