Few high school programs in Tennessee can boast of a more
successful athletic program than the one that has developed
at Cookeville High School. We feel that the commitment to
athletics along with academic standards is an integral part
of the well-rounded program offered at Cookeville High School.
Important Information on Concussions
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Division I or II Intercollegiate Athletics
Special Note: Any student who plans to enroll in college as a freshman and participate in Division I or II intercollegiate athletics must be certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. To be certified by the Clearinghouse, a student must meet several criteria. Please be sure to obtain this information located in the Counseling Center. Students should apply for certification after their junior year in high school if they are sure they wish to participate in intercollegiate athletics as a freshman at a Division I or II institution. Do not wait until the last minute to process these papers. Contact the counselor if this applies! For more information and to register with the Clearinghouse, visit www.ncaaclearinghouse.net.
NCAA legislation provides for the acceptance of State-Administered ACT test results for use in determination of NCAA Initial-Eligibility for both Division I and Division II schools. Only College-Reportable scores, as determined by ACT, are eligible to be reported to the NCAA. Scores
achieved under State-Allowed conditions are not eligible for reporting to colleges or the NCAA.
NCAA Bylaws - http://www.ncaa.org/wps/ncaa?ContentID=19