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 Some Great Sites That Link to AthleticAid.Com
Aptos HS (CA)
South Albany (Oregon) High School
Cottage Grover (Oregon) High School
West Valley HS (Yakima, WA)
Shorewood HS (Shoreline, WA)
Southridge HS (Beaverton, OR) Track site
Guidance Resources Page
Ingraham HS (Seattle, WA)
Hope House Sports
Clackamas HS (Oregon) CAV Center
Redwood HS (Larkspur, CA)
Westmont HS (Campbell, CA)
Central Valley HS (Veradale, WA)
Wenatchee HS (WA)
Elk Grove HS (CA)
Oakdale HS (CA)
Dos Pueblos HS (Goleta, CA)
Mount Vernon HS (WA)
Assumption Parish Schools (Napoleonville, LA)
Culver City HS (CA)
San Dimas HS (CA)
Crescent Valley HS (Corvallis, OR)
Pendleton HS (OR)
West Linn HS (OR)
Palm Bay HS (Melbourne, FL)
Denver Public Schools (CO)
Mead HS (Spokane, WA)
Overfelt HS (San Jose, CA)
Saratoga HS (CA)
Mira Costa HS (Manhattan Beach, CA)
University HS (Spokane, WA)
Rio Linda Senior High (Sacramento, CA)
Tehachapi HS (CA)
Archbishop McNicholas HS (Cincinnati, OH)
Mountlake Terrace HS (WA)
Paris Independent School District (TX)
St. Ignatius Prep (San Francisco, CA)
Calif. Intersch. Fed.-Los Angeles
Moorpark HS (CA)
Iraan-Sheffield Ind. Sch. Dist (Iraan, TX)
Prospect HS (Saratoga, CA)
Ohio High School Athletic Association
Dunn School (Los Olivos, CA)
Cypress-Fairbanks Sch. Dist. (Houston, TX)
Clovis West HS (Fresno, CA)
South Tahoe HS, (South Lake Tahoe, CA)
Vista HS (CA)
Menlo-Atherton HS, (Menlo Park, CA)
San Benito HS, (TX)
Chattahoochee HS (Alpharetta, GA)
Laurel HS (Laurel, MT)
Mount Michael HS (Elkhorn, NE)
Glen-Ullin Public School (ND)
Shelton HS (WA)
Pearl City HS (HI)
W. Fairfax Basketball Club (Centreville, VA)
Rocky Mountain HS (Fort Collins, CO)
Southridge HS (Kennewick, WA)
Osbourn Park HS (Manassas, VA)
Lindhurst HS (Olivehurst, CA)
Lake Park HS(Bloomingdale, IL)
Mission Hills HS (San Marcos, CA)
Lake Washington HS (Kirkland, WA)
Moses Lake (WA) School District
Ellensburg (WA) HS
Saint Francis HS (Mountain View, CA)
Hillsboro (OR) HS
Richland (WA) HS
Redmond (WA) HS
Madera (CA) HS
Minot (ND) Public Schools
Evergreen HS (Vancouver, WA)
Nevada Joint Union HSD(Grass Valley, CA)
Renton School District (WA)
McMinnville HS (OR)
Oregon City HS (OR)
Wilcox HS (Santa Clara, CA)
Chief Sealth HS (Seattle, WA)
Anacortes HS (WA)
San Pedro HS (CA)
Bullard HS (Fresno, CA)
Liberty HS (Bakersfield, CA)
Blaine HS (WA)
Snohomish HS (WA)
El Dorado HS (Placerville, CA)
Agua Fria HS (Avondale, AZ)
Palos Verdes HS (Palos Verdes Estates, CA)
Livermore HS (CA)
Mt. Carmel HS (San Diego, CA)
North Salinas HS (Salinas, CA)
Devastation Soccer Club (NV)
Union Mine HS (El Dorado, CA)
Galena HS (Reno, NV)
Patrick Henry HS (San Diego, CA)
Austin Independent School District (TX)
Bishop Gorman HS (Las Vegas, NV)
Bear River HS (Grass Valley, CA)
Harlingen HS South (Harlingen, TX)
Coahoma Independent School Dist (TX)

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Chatsworth HS (CA)
Hanford West HS (CA)
Mills HS (Millbrae, CA)
Millikan HS (Long Beach, CA)
Armijo HS (Fairfield, CA)
Anderson HS (Cincinnati, OH)
Hillsdale HS (CA)
Eastlake HS (Sammamish, WA)
Bothell HS (WA)
Redwood HS (Visalia, CA)
Tamalpais Union HS Dist (Larkspur, CA)
Santa Clara HS (CA)
La Costa Canyon HS (San Diego, CA)
Alpharetta HS (GA)
Burbank HS (CA)
Seabury Hall (Maui, HI)
Riverside Field Hockey (Durham, NC)
Issaquah HS (WA)
Bodine HS for Int'l Affairs (Philadelphia, PA)
Faith Christian School (Anniston, AL)
Downey HS (CA)
Mt. Ranier FC (Federal Way, WA)

Advice on linking this site:
Thank you to everyone who has helped to inform students and others about this web site. For anyone  interested in linking this site, I have some suggestions:

This site is not only for seniors. Many parents and educators naturally think of college sports recruiting as only important to high school seniors. That is largely true about the actual recruiting by coaches. However, students who wait until their senior year to plan for recruiting may be too late to do some of the essential ground work.

Student athletes who start early are better prepared to have a good recruiting experience. Students need to plan early to achieve the academic requirements for NCAA scholarship eligibility. It is not sufficient to have "good grades." There are required core courses for NCAA eligibility and many of these will require planning throughout the student athlete's high school years. For that reason, I encourage you to point out the AthleticAid.Com site to all interested student athletes. Please think of it as a resource for students at all high school grade levels. There is no better advice I can give than, "Start early!"

This site is not only for athletes. There is something for everyone on the AthleticAid.Com site. It is true that many of the links on the AthleticAid.Com site are meant specifically to help student athletes learn about issues related to recruiting. However, there are also links of more general interest on scholarships and financial aid, adolescent and sports medicine, and low-cost computing using free software.

Consider a link on a web page. Many schools have pointed out AthleticAid.Com to parents and students with comments in bulletins and newsletters. These are welcome, but they also tend to quickly fade from sight. In addition to these kinds of notices, please consider putting a link on web pages where all students will be able to find it throughout the school year. Thank you again.

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