Homeschool Athletes: Playing (and Winning) the NCAA Game
If you homeschool and you have a serious and competitive athlete, then you don’t want to miss this week’s Coffee With Carrie Podcast. After announcing that my son committed to play baseball at the collegiate level, I received tons of emails and messages from relieved moms, dads, and high school homeschoolers! Sadly, many talented homeschool athletes give up homeschooling during the high school years thinking public or private school is the only door to collegiate sports and scholarships. This simply isn’t true! Homeschool athletes are scouted and recruited at the college level every year, even during this crazy Covid year!
In this week’s episode
- explain NCAA & NAIA Eligibility Guidelines,
- how to get ahead of the paper work game,
- the different ways to play competitive sports as a homeschooler during the high school years,
- and so much more.
So if you have a child or a teen who excels in a particular sport and you think he or she may want to pursue this in high school, in college and maybe even as a future career, then don’t put them in traditional high school just yet!
Homeschool Athletes can pursue their sports dreams and goals! Get your pen and paper ready, pour yourself a cup of coffee and hang out with me for this sports-related coffee break!
LINKS MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST
NCAA Official Website: information on requirements
NCAA Eligibility Center: register here and more information
NCAA Homeschool Packet: download and create an account
NAIA Official Website: information on requirements
NAIA Homeschool Waiver Process: steps and information
Field Level: The Athlete Recruiting Network
It’s NOT to late to join us for our Special Weekend for Homeschooling Moms!
Tomorrow evening, we will continue our discussion on homeschool athletes and all things HIGH SCHOOL! Friday night’s session, Homeschool High School, is a Q & A Session you don’t want to miss! You can register at the door ($55). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information