Annabel Lee Posted October 24, 2014 Share Posted October 24, 2014 My sons have always dreamed of playing sports in college, so I want to leave that door open for them with NCAA eligibility. I'm currently trying to plan for my older son who will be in 9th grade next year.I want to get busy preparing & planning for next year but I don't know where to find a list of approved or unapproved curriculum. I've searched & read a few threads here and some of the NCAA Eligibility site. When I look at the Homeschool section under Resources on the NCAA eligibility website, then click on what I think will give me a list of approved courses, it wants me to enter a specific school. I'm able to enter the names of local public schools and see generic course titles, but not which books or materials they use. How am I to determine if curriculum materials I am considering will be approved or not? When I'm looking at various private and free online courses, or comparing math texts and possibly DVD or online supplements, etc., how am I to know which are approved? In other threads, I read about homeschoolers listing the parent as the teacher with an online or other outside course as just a part of the parent-designed course. This sounds like a PITB, forcing a lot of supplemental work for the student & oversight by the parent. Would you need to retain the child's completed supplemental work as proof? I also read about submitting 2 separate transcripts: one for NCAA and one for college admissions. Can you tell me more about how to navigate this? Does either entity ever see the other transcript, and if so, would that cause problems? TIA. :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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