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College Counseling

At YSC Academy, we have created an individualized, college-counseling program with the goal of creating the best possible post-graduation options for each of our student-athletes. We follow a student-centered, student-led approach to the college-admissions process and expect each of our student-athletes to drive much of what happens with regard to the process. Students get themselves into college! In utilizing this approach, we find our student-athletes are more at ease throughout the process and take time to meticulously research and select schools that are best suited to their individual interests and needs, rather than focusing on rankings.

Our staff ‚Äď counselors, teachers, administrators and coaches alike ‚Äď are all fully invested in each student-athlete and contribute support in this process. Our goal early in the college-admissions process is to educate our student-athletes about the opportunities that are available to them, both academically and athletically. ¬†Keeping a team concept at the forefront, much of the dialogue surrounding college options is done in collaborative¬†group settings. The process starts in the 9th grade with individual and group meetings that provide an overview of different types of post-secondary institutions and underscore the importance of academic performance. The conversation continues in 10th grade, with students developing an initial ‚Äúworking list‚ÄĚ of college prospects. As 11thgraders, each student-athlete continues to formalize and refine his college list and potential plans for the future by visiting and further researching schools.¬† College admissions testing options, requirements, and recommendations are discussed with student-athletes based on the specific schools identified. By 12th grade, our student-athletes are well prepared to submit applications and focus on graduation from YSC Academy.

Since an open-dialogue is incredibly important, the Director of College Counseling is available for any and all questions related to the admissions process on an on-going basis.

The Class of 2018 (Verbal Commitments)
2- Duke University
1- Old Dominion University
1 РUniversity of Pennsylvania
1 РMichigan State University
1 РProvidence University
1 РUniversity of Pittsburg
1 РDrexel University
1 – Elon University
1 – Naval Academy
The Class of 2017
2- California Polytechnic State University
2- Dartmouth College
1 РDuquesne University
1 РFairleigh Dickinson University
1 РFordham University
1 РGettysburg College
1 РImmaculata University
1 РLiberty University
1 – Monmouth University
1 – University of Delaware
1 РUniversity of Kentucky
1 РUniversity of Pennsylvania
2 – University of South Florida
2 – Wake Forest University
The Class of 2016
2 – Clemson University
1 – Dartmouth College
1 – Fairfield University
1 – Palm Beach Atlantic University
1 – University of Maryland
1 – University of Michigan
1 – University of North Carolina
2 – University of Virginia
1 – Wake Forest University
The Class of 2015
1 – Duquesne University
2 – La Salle University
1 – Northeastern University
1 – University of Delaware
1 – University of Maryland
1 – University of Mobile
2 – University of North Carolina
We are proud of you all!

* Matriculation rates may differ from acceptances for certain classes, because YSC Academy students may defer from college to play soccer professionally or to continue to compete at the Development Academy level, typically for the Philadelphia Union or Continental FC; and, for certain classes, matriculation rates may differ from acceptances, because students have applied to and been accepted at more than one college.