In order to attract students pursuing athletics at the collegiate level, schools and districts must provide courses that will maintain their eligibility status during their high school career.
Dr. Todd Reed, Administrator on Special Assignment, Instructional Technology and Virtual Learning at Temecula Valley Unified School District, has been working with student athletes through the Temecula Advantage Virtual School. With a focus on rigor and redefining possibilities, Dr. Reed has created a program with an impressive track record. Thus far, all students attending the Temecula Advantage Virtual School have graduated. Of those students who participated in Advanced Placement, 100% have passed their exams.
Dr. Reed was excited — and gracious — enough to share his plan for success, as well as lessons learned and much more, with the Apex Learning community and educators across the country in a recent webinar. When you view the 30 minute webinar, you will learn how to:
- Build a successful program and confirm NCAA course approval.
- Provide virtual options for student athletes.
- Ensure students are Clearinghouse ready.
In addition, Dr. Reed will discuss the student perspective as well as share his plans for expanding their current program.
Read more about NCAA: Understanding NCAA Eligibility for Your School and Students