With a challenge to “Never have to ask - What IF” Interscholastic Futures provides guidance and assistance for high school scholar athletes and their parents throughout the college athletic recruiting process.
Welcome to the home page of Interscholastic Futures! Our website is structured to guide High School Scholar Athletes and their Parents through the College Recruiting Process. If you are a promising Collegiate Athlete and want an advantage over your competition, please sign in and let us know who you are. We have transitioned hundreds of high school athletes who have been awarded Millions of Dollars in scholarship monies.
The college athletics recruiting process is very complex and time consuming. Our website will educate you on the NCAA recruiting guidelines - explore the NCAA, NAIA and NFHA informational pages on this site. Our Varsity Advantage Game Plan is a proven system that promotes the High School Scholar Athlete to their selected college coaches based on geographic and academic preference. Interscholastic Futures will help the scholar athlete and parents in the preparation of material necessary for recruitment and then submit that information on the scholar athlete’s behalf to coaches at selected colleges and universities. On our LIVE CHAT page, we can assist you online via a webinar process. Please SIGN IN (link on left) and let us know when is a good time to have a one on one webinar with one of our College Athletic Advisors.
With over 7.5 million high school student athletes throughout the U.S., how can your child attract the attention of college coaches?
The cost of a quality college education can be in excess of $200,000. With the rising cost of tuitions, athletic and merit based scholarships are more important to families than ever before. Let us help you explore the possibilities so that your child does not miss out on any opportunities that are available to scholar athletes. Why Pay for College, when you can Play for College?
Our commitment extends to offering the highest level of customer service, accessibility and integrity. The path to becoming a college athlete can be long and uncertain. We hope to make this process easier with