To be eligible as a High School (Grades 9-12) student-athlete, the student must be receiving passing grades in a minimum of five one-credit courses or equivalent in the preceding grading quarter. Students are expected to earn a minimum of a 1.0 GPA in the preceding quarter. Grades for the summer and first quarter of the year will be taken from the fourth quarter of the preceding year. Summer School or PLATO cannot change eligibility in between a quarter. Grades can only be taken from official quarter-year grade cards.
To be eligible as a Middle School (Grades 7-8) student-athlete must have received passing grades in a minimum of five of all subjects in which enrolled the preceding grading quarter. Grades for the summer and first quarter of the year will be taken from the fourth quarter of the preceding year.
Parents are encouraged to monitor your student’s grades by utilizing eSchoolPlus’s Home Access Center and the Sungard Family App. Information can be found on the Ravenna School District website at https://sites.google.com/a/ravennaschools.us/technology/sungard or by e-mailing Gradebook Manager Jay Newcome at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional eligibility information can be obtained from the OHSAA website at www.ohsaa.org/eligibility
Note: Students taking post-secondary options must comply with these standards along with those participating via state law that permits home educated, non-public, community and STEM school students to participate at public schools in the district of residence of the parents.
To be eligible for NCAA Division I or II college athletics a student must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. It is the student and parents responsibility to be sure that all requirements are met. Please visit the Eligibility Center’s website at eligibilitycenter.org for full details. Another helpful resource is http://freerecruitingwebinar.org. Students and parents should meet with their counselor and coach to discuss eligibility requirements beginning in the sophomore year. Course checks should also be made during the junior year and before scheduling for the senior year. Schedule course checks with your respective School Counselor.