nrpsa'S Tuition Application Review Fee: $100* NRPSA tuition fee $5,500 per year (September -March ) -roster, athletic, & educational fees ARE DUE prior TO REPORTING TO CAMPUS
*All application fees and tuition payments are NON-REFUNDABLE!
The above amounts also include the following: (iF nEEDED) ACT Prep Course and Materials Athletic Fees/Equipment/Uniforms/ Transportation Strictly Monitored Strength And Conditioning Program NCAA Clearance Evaluation-Not Registration Recruiting Promotion Development Of Highlight Video
nprsa ACADEMIC requirements COLLEGE PREPARATORY Recent High School grads seeking, passing ACT/ SAT test scores, High School Core course replacements, and/ or college credits. High School grads that have been out 1 year or less and not attended college at any time. Potential Student-Athletes with 2.0 or Greater CORE GPA upon completion of high school. HIGH SCHOOL/GED Potential Student-Athletes who have not fulfilled high school diploma obligations for graduation. Potential Student-Athletes with less than 2.0 CORE GPA. Potential Student-Athletes that have not been able to pass high school graduation exam. POST-GRADUATE Potential Student-Athletes who have need 24 transferable college credits in order to become eligible for participation in college athletics. Potential Athletes with less than 2.0 CORE GPA. Transferring College Students with 1 year or less in College Credits.
Post Graduate and Prep Student-Athletes are able to take up to 9 college credits at a preferred accredited two year college and not lose eligibility. If you are a potential athlete and fall into either of the last two above categories, you must be enrolled in a accredited high school program.NewRock Prep Sports Academy student-athletes utilize a regionally accredited online high school for high school courses and CORE course replacements. This high school is NCAA recognized as a accepted program. Classes are done online, but in a in-class structure with a facilitator and tutorial services are provided AS NEEDED.
Advantages of Basketball Prep Schools #1 Prep school is essentially an extra year of high school, so it does not count against college eligibility. Players can either repeat their senior year or do a post-grad year. It typically just depends on what the school prefers. #2 Prep school is like a step above high school as you are out of the house and sleeping in dorms, but a step below college as there is typically still curfews and study halls and not as difficult academically as college. #3 Many of the prep school teams and leagues are stacked with great players, so playing against high level competition in workouts, practices and games forces most players to improve. On the same note, tons of college coaches come through the schools to recruit due to the amount of high level players.