College Education And Eligibility Forum For H.S. Student-Athletes October 25, 2015


The Game Is Changing… New NCAA Requirements and New Redesigned SAT

On Sunday October 25, 2015 New York region student-athletes, parents, and coaches representing high school, middle-school and grassroots/AAU, are invited to a free and public forum addressing the new academic and athletic requirements for those aspiring to obtain a college scholarship.

The forum will bring to New York City some of Americas most experienced and knowledgeable  basketball minds in the game. To name a few, confirmed panelists include:

  • NCAA Basketball Television Analyst Len Elmore, Esq. – ESPN/CBS
  • Top High School Basketball Scout Tom Konchalski – HSBI, H.S. Basketball Illustrated
  • NY Coaching Legend Ron Naclario – Benjamin Cardozo H.S.
  • Legendary Coach and Educator Ted Gustus, Jr.  – PSAL Brooklyn Boys Basketball Commissioner

WHAT: The SMARTBALL Reality Check is the introductory educational experience that presents required information student-athletes must know as they pursue high school graduation and work to qualify for college and satisfy incoming academic requirements for athletic participation as a freshman.

WHY: FACT: The Game is Changing!

  • New NCAA Division I & II Eligibility Requirements for H.S. student-athletes
  • New redesigned College Board PSAT/SAT exams
  • Recently launched FREE College Board online SAT prep and test assessment powered by Khan Academy
  • Earlier Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application deadlines for 2017-2018

WHEN:    Sunday – October 25, 2015

                 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

WHERE:   Riverbank State Park Theatre @ The Cultural Center

                  679 Riverside Drive (Enter at 145th and Riverside Drive)

                  Harlem, NY 10030

For More Information Contact: Rudy King 718.864.8740

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