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What's the difference between JUCO and prep school?
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Prep School: You're close to qualifying. You only lack a class or two. Grades are generally not the issue.
JUCO: Grades are more of the issue. They're simply not high enough to qualify. You have to prove you can do it academically in JUCO before being admitted to a 4 year school.
Think of it this way. If you couldn't get into AU out of high school due to grades, you could go to Southern Union and get your AA. At that point you can transfer to AU.
Prep school is an extension of high school. It doesn't use up any college eligibility and you can take high school and test prep courses. Most prospects that attend junior college have to graduate to be eligible and they use up college eligibility at the JUCO.
Thats seems the way to go if your in high school (prep school), That way you don't use up any yrs of eligibility, Thx Bryan, see the saying is true, you learn something new every day!!!!! Why do the kids choose to go to the Juco route instead of the Prep route? Well anyway WDE!!!!!!!
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Prep school is an extension of high school. A player who goes to prep school can sign the following year and be a true freshman with five years to play four. Junior college starts a players eligibility clock. A player who goes to junior college because he didn't qualify academically must graduate from junior college to sign with a four-year school.
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