FAQs

What is a college preparatory school?

It's a one semester program, where your eligibility is preserved, where you get to play junior college teams and other college prep teams, to showcase your skills and possibly get recruited.

What are the advantages of a preparatory school?

There are several advantages to going to a prep school. They are:


  • Athletes that are scholarship capable can go to school for one more semester to possibly achieve scholarship offers.
  • It preserves your eligibility. It is only one semester for most student athletes, compared to junior college level, where two years of eligibility are used.
  • It allows mid year enrollment 
  • Athletes are able  play a different position/ or be put in a better position than what they were in high school. Some athletes do not get to play the right position for them in high school depending on the offense/defense they ran, so prep schools are able to look and place them where they would fit best for colleges.
  •  Prep schools also help develop athletes maturity by them taking on a college like schedule for college athletes.