All students should be filling out our 4 year plan to help as a guide to determine what classes they should be taking and what grades they need to have in those classes in order to move to the next level and eventually get to their post-secondary goals whether it is a junior college, four year college, vocational school, military or work.
Here are a few links that you will need when you sign up for the SAT and/or the ACT.
The best time to register for your 1st test is in the Spring of your Junior year. That allows you to have completed your higher level courses and also will prepare you to take the test again, if you choose to in order to increase your score, before application are due in the Fall of your Senior Year.
The link below allowed you to look at the old SAT scores, new SAT scores and ACT scores to determine the relationship differences.
This next link allows you to look into 300 colleges across the states for a birds eye view of their average SAT/ACT scores that they are looking at for their particular college.
- Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at the beginning of your Junior year at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
- Complete the amateurism questionnaire completely and truthfully.
- Ask your high school counselor to send your transcript to the Eligibility Center at the end of your Junior year.
- Take the ACT or SAT and use the code "9999" to have your official scores sent directly to the Eligibility Center.
- Check with your high school counselor to make sure you are on track for graduation with your class and have the required A-G required core courses.
- Request final amateurism certification during your Senior year (beginning April 1 for fall enrollees and beginning October 1 for spring enrollees).
- Ask your high school counselor to submit your final transcript with proof of graduation.
Lodi High School's NCAA Clearinghouse Code 051441
If you are interested in sports at a intercollegiate level, please research the following link for more information.