Athletic Development Program (ADP)
Started by Coach Swain in 2009, this program guides high school athletes in the journey to become scholarship awarded college athletes. ADP is a result based program supporting youth through their athletic and academic process beginning in the 9th grade. Participants receive 1 on 1 coaching, academic counseling, and a network of athletes to lean on.
We want to work with you! You do not have to take the this journey alone. The road to becoming a collegiate athlete is tough.
We are here to make sure that you are taking the right steps to be admitted into college, compete in athletics and flourish academically.
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Your path to collegiate athletics starts here!
NCAA is Increasing Difficulty
Every year large amounts of students are ineligible to play collegiate athletics. The NCAA is increasing the difficulty for students to be qualified to compete in collegiate athletics. Many students are unaware of these changes and believe that their athletic performance is enough for them to make it. High School is a pivotal moment for young people and without substantial guidance many student athletes fall through the cracks. Far too many talented high school athletes opportunities are cut short because they do not receive the guidance necessary to successfully participate in collegiate academics. The Next Level Foundation alleviates this burden for high school athletes by working with them starting their freshman year to make sure that they’re taking the correct core classes in sequential order and maintaining a GPA above 2.5. Through this preparatory development students are more prepared for the rigor of college. Therefore, improving their overall college experience.
Did You Know That To Be Eligble For A Scholarship...
The NCAA's new eligibility standards for prospective student-athletes go into effect for 2016 high school graduates. To be eligible for a scholarship and compete at a Division I institution, a high school student must have done the following:
Taken 16 of the NCAA’s core courses.
At least 10 of these core courses must be completed before the student begins their Senior year.
At least 7 of the core courses must be taken in English, math or science! Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.3 in those 16 core courses.
Junior college transfers must have at least a 2.5 minimum GPA.
Current ADP Participants
Mike Dovenberg (Coach)
Past ADP Participants
WHY IS THIS PROGRAM BENeFiCIAL?
The ADP program has made college, and full athletic scholarships a reality for dozens of students.
The majority of students served are the first in their families to go to college.