NCAA-Approved Courses

Flexible Courses for High School Athletes

If you’re planning to play collegiate sports, you’ve got more high school course options than you may realize!

Fulfilling your course requirements for Division I and Division II eligibility doesn’t have to be a hassle. Start preparing now with our NCAA-approved courses for prospective college student-athletes.

NCAA Course Catalog

Our 100+ NCAA-approved courses offer outstanding value and flexibility for your busy athletic schedule:

  • Affordable courses—Grab one from $199.
  • Abundant options—Choose from 100+ NCAA-approved courses.
  • Personalized guidance—Define a plan to succeed, on and off the field.
  • Open enrollment—Sign up anytime and anywhere—no tryout required!
  • Flexibility—Study at your own pace: finish in 3–12 months.
  • Teacher support—Benefit from teachers who are there for you.
  • Free tutoring—Our tutors are on your team for your success in your course.
  • Accredited curriculum—Prepare and qualify for university study.

It’s easy to get started. Check out our online catalog for NCAA-approved courses. If you have questions or want to schedule an appointment, send an email to an advisor or call us at 801-422-2868.

Go to the NCAA Eligibility Center website for student-athletes for more information, resources, and a listing of BYU’s high school courses (HS Code: 450312).

Educator Insights

Local educators can monitor minute details of each student’s BYU IS course enrollments in our online Educator Portal student information system. Set notifications, check students’ pacing and performance, request student scholarships, and much more—all within one easy-to-use interface.

Steps to Become a Great Student-Athlete

Athletic Progress

  1. Believe you can succeed in your sport.
  2. Work with a coach.
  3. Set goals for personal and team achievement.
  4. Practice fundamentals regularly.
  5. Build core strength and stamina.
  6. Prepare for game day.
  7. Be competitive, play your best.

Academic Progress

  1. Believe you can succeed in your online courses.
  2. Make a plan with your teacher and counselor.
  3. Set “stretch goals” that expand your mind.
  4. Work consistently and plan deadlines.
  5. Develop new strengths and discipline.
  6. Review for exams.
  7. Earn good grades.

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