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There are Champions all around us!!!
Please be aware that there are several outfits calling on area businesses that are selling materials such as spirit items and printed material. Many of these outfits are not in any way affiliated with Airline High School. If a salesperson calls on you and they do not have detailed information about how the money that they raise will be distributed to the students at Airline, please do not purchase their products/ads. Anyone affiliated with Airline High School will have their name on file at the Airline Administration office. Contact Ronnie Coker at email@example.com if you have questions or concerns.
BOYS SOCCER TOURNAMENT
Our Annual Boys Soccer Tournament will be held at First Baptist Church's Freedom Fields from November 19-21.
14 Varsity Boys Teams as well as 10 JV teams will be competing in this year's event. Games are 5:00, 6:15, & 8:30 on Thursday and Friday. Games begin on Saturday morning at 8:00. Finals are set for 6:45
Cross Country AAAAA State Championship Results
Girls Team-11th overall
Boys Team-12th overall
So proud of our Paralympic All-American Melanie Baliff
2015 - 2016 ACT Test Dates
||(Late Fee Required)
|September 12, 2015
||August 7, 2015
||August 8–21, 2015
|October 24, 2015
||September 18, 2015
||September 19–October 2, 2015
|December 12, 2015
||November 6, 2015
||November 7–20, 2015
|February 6, 2016*
||January 8, 2016
||January 9–15, 2016
|April 9, 2016
||March 4, 2016
||March 5–18, 2016
|June 11, 2016**
||May 6, 2016
||May 7–20, 2016
2015 Reserved Chairback Seating
Our reserved chairbacks will go on sale on May 12 at 6:00 for anyone wanting to renew. After May 30, all seats will go on sale. Please reserve your seats if you had them last year. To reserve your seat, contact Coach Coker at Ronnie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Code of Conduct
Airline High School/Louisiana High School Athletics
- Emphasize the proper ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play.
- Eliminate all possibilities which tend to destroy the best values of the game.
- Stress the values derived from playing the game fairly.
- Show cordial courtesy to visiting teams and officials.
- Establish a happy relationship between visitors and hosts.
- Respect the integrity and judgment of sports' officials.
- Eliminate criticism of coaches, this only diminishes your childs respect and has no place in high school athletics.
- Achieve a thorough understanding and acceptance of the rules of the game and standards of eligibility.
- Recognize that the purpose of athletics is to promote the physical, mental, moral, social and emotional well being of the individual players.
- Remember an athletic contest is only a game - not a matter of life or death for a player, coach, school, official, fan, community, state or nation.
- If any parent or fan chooses not to follow this code of conduct they will be banned from attending any event at any high school in the state of Louisiana .
NCAA Eligibility Changes
To play Division I sports, you must earn 16 core courses.
Ten of them must be completed prior to the seventh semester. Those ten courses are “locked in” and can’t be retaken to improve the grade-point average.
Seven of those 10 must be a combination of English, math or natural or physical science that fulfills the overall distribution requirements listed below.
If you don’t earn 10 courses before your seventh semester, you are still eligible to practice and receive a scholarship, but you can’t compete.
For a complete list of your high school’s NCAA core courses, visit www.eligibilitycenter.org.
DIVISION I CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS
- 4 years of English.
- 3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher).
- 2 years of natural/physical science (1 year of lab if offered by high school).
- 1 year of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science.
- 2 years of social science.
- 4 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language or comparative religion/philosophy).
Kyle Backofen signs with ULM
Kyle Backofen(LHP) signed his letter of intent to continue his baseball career at University of Louisiana-Monroe. Congratulations Kyle and thanks to the volunteers for making the signing party such a memorable event for Kyle and his family.
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College Planning Books
College Match, Octameron Press. This short, well organized book helps student understanding their learning styles and it's implications for the type of college that might be a good fit. Excellent
College Handbook, College Board. This comprehensive book gives a synopsis of all 2 and 4 year college in the Unites States along with division sports ROTC listings.
The College Finder, Steven Antonoff. This book is packed with unusual categories of college characteristics to find that college that might have a mountain bike team, cheerleading as a sport, major, radio station, etc.
Sports Scholarships College Athletic Programs, Peterson's Find information on majors and sports/divisions at four year colleges.
The Best 345 Colleges, Princeton Review. Colleges were selected for inclusion in this book based on student surveys. It is packed with useful inside information along with some statistics.
The Fiske Guide to Colleges, Edward Fiske. This readable guide has fewer statistics and was complied based on student surveys and interviews with administrators.
Insider’s Guide to Colleges, The Yale Daily News. Written and researched by college students, this book provides a relatively unbiased view of college life at selected 4 year colleges.
Looking Beyond The Ivy League, Loren Pope. This refreshing look at the college admission process suggests that students focus on finding a college that is right for them rather than one chosen on reputation.
150 Poplar College Majors, The College Board. What courses do you take as a communications major? How do you prepare for majoring in computer science? What kinds of jobs does a marketing major lead to? This book answers those and just about any other questions you have concerning 150 of the most popular bachelor's degree majors at four-year colleges.
Letting Go, Coburn Treeger. Written for parents, this book provides helpful advice as children move on toward college.
K W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities, Marybeth Kravets. Hundreds of thousands of students with learning disabilities head to college every year. The challenges seem endless. Aside from coping with difficulties in learning, students and their families face the daunting process of seeking out the right school for their specific needs. This indispensable resource includes: advice from specialists in the field of learning disabilities; learning disabled program admission requirements and graduation policies; services available to learning disabled on campus.
College Prowler Series, very popular with the students for inside information on colleges throughout the US.
Financial Aid Books
The College Board Scholarship Handbook, The College Board. The Handbook provides information on how to find money for college; including scholarships, internships, and loan programs from private, federal, and state sources. It includes a CD-ROM with SAT exam preparation materials.
Hispanic Scholarship Directory, Edward Olmos. This is a comprehensive guide for Hispanic-American students and international students from Spanish-speaking countries who need help finding college financial aid. It includes more than 1,000 scholarships.