Post Secondary Resources
College Planning Resources
The Avon Guidance Department is here to help you navigate the College Admissions process. Please find resources below. As you have questions please contact your school counselor or our College and Career Readiness Counselor: Judy Garcia.
Career Planning Resources
As you have questions, please contact your school counselor or our College and Career Readiness Counselor: Judy Garcia.
The career page of Learn More Indiana is a valuable resource when searching for a career choice. Students can explore ways to gain job experiences by applying for internships and volunteering, can take a personality quiz which gives feedback on jobs that might be a good fit, and can get advice on building a resume.
The Indiana Career Ready website is an excellent source that provides the tools needed to prepare and find high-demand and high-wage jobs needed now and in the future. Find out the most in-demand jobs in Indiana, explore open jobs in the state, and see what training options are available.
College and Career Fairs
Hendrick County College & Career Fair will be on March 9th at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds
NCAA/NAIA Eligibility Information
The eligibility of Avon student-athletes for competition in collegiate athletics is a joint effort of the student-athletes/parents, coaches, Athletic Department, and Guidance Department.
- NCAA Eligibility Center
- Initial Eligibility Flow Chart and Brochure
- NCAA Eligibility Requirements for Division I and Division II
Avon High School has a list of NCAA-approved core courses that can be found on the Eligibility Center website. Avon’s High School Code is 151647. Indiana Online Academy (IOA) classes do count towards the core course GPA
Student-athletes can use CoreCourseGPA.com to assist in the NCAA Initial Eligibility core course GPA calculation and recruiting resources and follow the tutorial guiding students through the process. Account creation information can be obtained through the Guidance Office, Athletic Office, or head coaches.
SAT/ACT: Send scores to the NCAA directly from the testing center (use the code 9999) when registering online. *NOTE- a student will have to pay for scores to be sent to the NCAA if not included in the initial SAT/ACT registration. (SAT/ACT Test Dates 2021-2022)
Other Helpful Resources:
- 2.3 Or Take A Knee
- Twitter: NCAA Eligibility Center and NAIA
- NCAA Public Hotline: 877-262-1492
- NAIA and NAIA Eligibility Center Checklist
- Visit freerecruitingwebinar.org for more information about recruiting
Questions regarding Athletics- contact your child’s Head Coach.
Questions regarding Academics- contact Dave Thompson .