Woodstock High School will be hosting the Collegiate Athletics Recruiting Seminar (C.A.R.S.) Program on Monday, Nov. 12th and has graciously opened its doors and is extending an invitation to all athletes and parents in the area to attend this event. Below are the event details. Please support your athletes and parents by forwarding this information to them. Note there is limited seating so make sure to arrive early. Lastly, for planning purposes could you please confirm receipt of this correspondence and advise if you plan to send along to your athletes/parents
College Athletics Recruiting Seminar Program
Star Athletes Online
All About Health
Colleges start tracking high school athletes
when they are Juniors and Seniors.
75% of NCAA Division I and II coaches start tracking
high school athletes as early as 9th grade
About C.A.R.S. Program:
The C.A.R.S. program provides jump start education and direction to high school athletes and parents about understanding how to prepare for and navigate the collegiate recruiting process.
John McCarthy, Has served as an Assistant Coach, Head Coach, Athletic Development Director and Athletic Director at the collegiate level. McCarthy, was a member the NCAA Division II Men's Basketball National Committee, created the Collegiate Basketball Invitational aired on ESPN and served as an Executive for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics better known as the N.A.I.A. National Governing Body.
Who is it for:
9th-12th grade athletes/parents of ALL SPORTS that have an interest in playing collegiate athletics
Woodstock High School Auditorium
2010 Towne Lake Hills S Dr.
Woodstock, GA 30189
Monday, November 12, 2012
7:00 - 8:00 pm eastern time
Free of Charge
(Seating Limited to 900 persons)
Please bring a notepad and writing instrument to take notes.