As prospective student-athletes at Division I, I-AA, or II schools, Bridgton Academy students have certain responsibilities to attend to before their arrival at Bridgton. Most of this information may be found in the Academy’s Guide for Potential Student-Athletes, which should have been mailed to you earlier this summer.

If you did not receive this guide (available from the Admission Office), or have not registered for the NCAA Clearinghouse and plan to participate in Division I or II college athletics, be sure to fill out an Initial Eligibility form as soon as possible so that we may work out any eligibility issues in a timely manner. Having a scholarship revoked because of an unapproved high school course or test score discrepancies is a major disappointment that can be avoided by early attention to the Clearinghouse process.

If you have additional questions, please contact Mr. Aaron Izaryk, our Director of College Counseling and NCAA Liaison, at 207-647-3322.

Quick Facts

The NCAA Clearinghouse is no longer accepting paper registrations. Please go to NCAA Site to register.

All prospective student-athletes intending to enroll in an NCAA Division I or II institution for the first time must complete the NCAA Amateurism Certification questionnaire.

Effective immediately all SAT and/or ACT score reports must be received by the clearinghouse directly from the testing agency. Scores reported on a High School transcript will not be considered.

Information concerning who needs to register with the Clearinghouse and what documents should be submitted can be found in The Guide for College-Bound Student-Athletes