Welcome- CoreCourseGPA

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Please access these informative links .

NCAA Core Course GPA vs Cumulative GPA

What are the NCAA D1 Initial-Eligibility Requirements?

What are the NCAA D2 Initial-Eligibility Requirements?

The Full Ride Scholarship Myth

Scholarship Facts

When Should I Start to Prepare for NCAA Initial-Eligibility

Shouldn't my Counselor Track my NCAA Eligibility Status?

What is the NCAA Eligibility Center?

The National Letter of Intent

Golden Rule of Social Media

3 Rules of Being a Parent of a Student-Athlete

Are Recruiting Services Necessary?

CoreCourseGPA.com Text Messaging

Does the NCAA Accept Online Classes?

Impact of COVID-19 on Classes 2021-23

What is the NAIA Eligibility Center?

We are pleased to inform you that Hicksville High School is making CoreCourseGPA.com, a web-based software program, available to all Hicksville High School student-athletes and their parents/guardians free of charge.

If your child has aspirations of competing athletically as a freshman at an NCAA Division I or Division II school, they must meet NCAA Initial-Eligibility minimum standards, including minimum core course GPA and SAT/ACT test score requirements.  CoreCourseGPA.com is an innovative tool that allows you to easily track your son or daughter’s progress towards meeting these requirements, beginning as soon as the first semester of their freshman year. 

You can find all this information on the "INFO FOR THE COLLEGE BOUND STUDENT ATHLETE-CCGPA" page Just scroll down and its on the left.

CoreCourseGPA.com now provides an on-demand 26-minute presentation for your student-athletes. This is a perfect resource for parent and student-athlete.

The presentation below will educate you on NCAA academic initial-eligibility rules and recruiting resources while also providing a CoreCourseGPA.com demo with instructions for student-athletes to activate their school provided CoreCourseGPA.com membership.


The video may be viewed at the link below: