Who Is This Webinar For?

  • “I’ve got a competitive gymnast and a volleyball player—will my kids’ sports qualify for an NCAA scholarship?”
  • “Do my kids have to use a specific NCAA-approved curriculum? Can I use ready-made homeschool curriculum packages, co-op classes, online courses, or design my own?”
  • “Will constant relocation affect my student’s chances of becoming a college athlete? Can military homeschoolers get scouted for an NCAA scholarship?”

Does this resonate with you? If you are interested in learning more about how homeschoolers can qualify for NCAA scholarships—whether you’re in the military or not, we invite you to check out this free recorded webinar!

Our panelists include two experienced homeschooling parents: HSLDA High School Consultant and Military Outreach Coordinator Natalie Mack and Ditch School Director Jessica Jacobs. They’ll join our moderator Sandra Kim, a former-public-school-turned-new-homeschool-and-full-time-working mom to three.

Natalie is a military spouse and mom to five, with four graduated to college and one NCAA D1 soccer scholarship winner. Jessica is a military mom to four, with one graduated and another already a dual-enrolled as a high school/college senior with an NCAA gymnastics scholarship. Both moms also help other homeschool students qualify for NCAA scholarships. 

In this encouraging webinar, you’ll learn how to confidently navigate the NCAA scholarship process—from planning and documenting coursework to understanding core course requirements, knowing where to find key forms and deadlines, and helping your student stand out!

Some Topics We’ll Discuss

  • What 16 core courses does NCAA require, where do I find descriptions, and how can I make sure my teen gets them? What about electives?
  • What are Core Course Worksheets (CCWs) for? Where do I get them and when do I have to turn them in?
  • How does going overseas impact my student’s NCAA opportunities?
  • Since we move often, I teach most classes myself . . . will those classes be accepted?
  • When do we submit for an NCAA Eligibility number? Or start sending in documentation?

See the Video, Transcript Highlights, and Resources