NCAA

Information for College Bound Athletes

College-bound student-athletes who wish to participate in Division I or Division II sports must first go through an initial-eligibility certification process by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In order to be eligible, student-athletes must meet certain NCAA standards for grade point average (GPA) in core curriculum courses, as well as SAT/ACT scores.

The following resources provide detailed information on the NCAA eligibility process for Del Val student-athletes. 

2023-2024 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete 

This Guide answers questions for student-athletes and parents navigating the initial-eligibility process.

DI and DII Worksheets

This worksheet is provided to assist you in monitoring your progress in meeting NCAA initial-eligibility standards. The NCAA Eligibility Center will determine your academic status after you graduate. Remember to check your high school's list of NCAA-approved courses for the classes you have taken.

Registration Checklist

This checklist will provide you with the information you will need to know before beginning your registration with the NCAA eligibility center.

Division I Requirements 

Division II Requirements 

Delaware Valley Regional High School NCAA-Approved Courses

English

English I Foundations, English II Foundations, English III Foundations, English IV Foundations

English I CP, English II CP, English III CP, English IV CP

English I Honors, English II Honors, English III Honors, English IV Honors

English III AP, English IV AP 

English Electives

Art of Public Speaking, Gothic Literature, Journalism I, Journalism II, Writing Workshop

Social Studies

World History Foundations, US History Foundations, American Civ Foundations

World History CP, US History I CP, US History II CP, American Civ CP

World History Honors, US History I Honors, American Civ Honors

US History II AP, AP US Government, AP Economics, AP Euro History, AP Psychology

Social Studies Electives

Criminal Justice, Current Issues, Economics, Middle East Studies, Medieval Studies, Modern Ethics CP, Psychology, Sociology

Mathematics

Advanced Algebra Element