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LIST OF APPROVED CORE COURSES (FORM 48H)


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MILFORD ACADEMY
7 SCHOOL STREET
P.O. BOX 878
NEW BERLIN, NY 13411

     The NCAA has approved the following courses for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of student-athletes from this school. Some course titles may begin with one of the following prefixes. These prefixes are defined as follows:

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Only students who have received proper NCAA approval for their diagnosed learning disability may receive credit for these approved courses.

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A student will receive no more than one NCAA mathematics credit for the successful completion of any two courses so noted.

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A student will receive NCAA mathematics credit according to the unique credit values noted.

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A student will receive no more than one unit of NCAA natural/physical science credit for the successful completion of all courses so noted.

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A student will receive no more than one and one-half units of NCAA natural/physical science credit for the successful completion of all courses so noted.

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A student will receive no more than two units of NCAA natural/physical science credit for the successful completion of all courses so noted.


     Courses designated with a '=' symbol are courses that may be used only by students with a diagnosed disability. Please note, not all high schools will have courses with this designation. Also, in order for a student to receive credit for a course designed for students with disabilities, the student must have provided verification of his or her disability status by presenting to the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse either: (1) a nonstandard ACT or SAT score; or (2) notice of disability designation by the NCAA Disability Services staff.

     NCAA legislation permits a student to receive credit for a core course only one time. As a result, if a student repeats a core course, the student will only receive credit once for the core course, and the highest grade earned in the course will be included in the calculation of the student's core course grade point average. Likewise, if a student completes a course that is duplicative in content with another core course, the student will only receive credit for one of the duplicative courses, and the course with the highest grade earned will be included in the calculation of the student's core course grade point average.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The NCAA has adopted a new standard for initial-eligibility. Click here to read about the changes. Computer science courses cannot be used to fulfill core course requirements for student-athletes first entering a collegiate institution on or after August 1, 2005.

English Course Weight Course Title  
    CREATIVE WRITING
DRAMA
ENG SEM/COLLEGE
ENGLISH 1
ENGLISH 2
ENGLISH 3
ENGLISH 4
MYTHOLOGY
POETRY
PUBLIC SPEAKING
SHORT STORY
THE NOVEL
 

Social Science Course Weight Course Title  
    ANCIENT HISTORY
ECONOMICS/SOCIOLOGY
GEOGRAPHY
GOVT & LAW
HISTORY OF RELIGION
PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY
PSYCHOLOGY
RUSSIAN HISTORY
US HISTORY
WORLD HISTORY 1
WORLD HISTORY 2
 

Mathematics Course Weight Course Title  
    ALGEBRA 1
ALGEBRA 2
CALCULUS
GEOMETRY
INT ALG
PRE-CALCULUS
TRIGONOMETRY
 

Natural/Physical Science Course Weight Course Title Lab
    ANATOMY
BIOLOGY
CHEMISTRY
EARTH SCIENCE
MICROBIOLOGY
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
PHYSICS
  X
 
 
 
 
 
  X

IMPORTANT NOTE: Computer science courses cannot be used to fulfill core course requirements for student-athletes first entering a collegiate institution on or after August 1, 2005.



 
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