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JEOPARDY is Coming to Millikan (Deadline Nov. 16th) Posted 11/8/18

 JEOPARDY is Coming to Millikan!!!


January 15 - 17, 2019


To compete, a Jeopardy Qualifier (JQ) will be administered to Millikan students from 3-3:30pm in the Auditorium on Tuesday, November 27th.  The top 18 scores from each grade level will participate. 

You must arrive by 2:50pm.


To take the November 27th JQ, you must be in 10th, 11th or 12th Grades (sorry freshmen… next year…)




Between November 2nd and November 16th.



Via text at (562)599-9073

Via email at 

NCAA Eligibility Center

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

The NCAA is the governing body of athletic programs at more than 1,200 colleges and universities, conferences and other organizations.

The NCAA Eligibility Center certifies the academic credentials of all students who want to play sports at a NCAA Division I, II or III institution as freshmen. In order to practice, compete and receive athletics scholarships, students need to meet certain academic benchmarks. Academic eligibility requirements are listed on the back.


How to Register

It is the responsibility of the student to register with NCAA Eligibility Center by the beginning of his/her senior year. The Eligibility Center will evaluate a student’s academic credentials once the following information has been received:

Step 1: Complete online registration (

Step 2: Fee payment ($70)

Step 3: SAT or ACT test score on file from the respective testing agency

Step 4: Transcript(s) from all schools or programs attended


Transcript Release Form

The Transcript Release Form is critical. By filling it out completely and signing it, you are authorizing each of the high schools you have attended to send your transcript, proof of graduation, and other academic information to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

After registering with the NCAA Eligibility Center, fill out the Transcript Release Form and give it to the counseling office. If you have attended any other high school(s) outside of the LBUSD, a copy of the release form should be given to an official at that school also.

Registration Fee

There is a $70 registration fee. The counseling office may waive the registration fee if you have previously qualified for and received a waiver for the ACT or SAT fee.


For additional information, please visit the NCAA website at:

NCAA Division I Academic Requirements

The following academic requirements must be met in order for a freshman to be able to practice, compete and receive athletics scholarships at a NCAA Division I college or university. The academic requirements are broken down into three categories: Full Qualifier, Academic Redshirt & Nonqualified.


Division I - 16 Core Courses

Full Qualifier

4 years of English
3 years of Math (Algebra 1 or higher)

2 years of natural/physical science
1 year of additional English, Math or natural/physical science

2 years of social science
4 years of additional courses (from any area above or foreign language, non-doctrinal religion/philosophy)






  • Graduate from high school.
  • Complete a minimum of 16 core courses.

Ten of the 16 core courses must be completed before the seventh semester (senior year) of high school.

  • Earn a core-course GPA of at least 2.30
  • Earn the ACT/SAT score matching your core-course GPA on the Division I sliding scale.     (see link below)


May practice, compete and receive athletics  scholarships during the first year of enrollment.


Academic Redshirt


  • Graduate from high school.
  • Complete a minimum of 16 core courses.
  • Earn a core-course GPA of at least 2.00
  • Earn the ACT/SAT score matching your core-course GPA on the Division I sliding scale.


May receive athletics scholarships and practice during the first regular academic term but may NOT compete during the first year of enrollment.



Cannot practice, receive athletics scholarships or compete during the first year of enrollment.











Minimum GPA and Test Scores

Log onto the link to view the sliding scale:


Official Test Scores

All test scores must be reported directly to the Eligibility Center from the ACT or SAT. Test scores cannot be taken off transcripts or from a student score report. When you register for the SAT or ACT, you can include the Eligibility Center code of 9999 so the test scores can be sent directly without an additional charge.