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I'm a Male in Tucker high school (Senior/12th grade) and am intersted in playing Men’s tennis at a D1 d2 or d3 college. I don’t have a ranking yet on USTA . I train 8+ hours a week, have private lessons once a week, and train at an academy At Georgia , Stone Mountain . I have no intentions of becoming pro after college. I want to do well in college and maintain a high GPA, but after much thought, I realize that maintaining a high GPA will be good for me . With all the traveling, early practices , and such doing well may not be so easy.
Math and science are my best subjects and I know that I want to do something either in Tourism or in business. I am taking the following Some Esol class because I am in international student I am from Haiti.I think that I might have good enough grades to maybe recieve a partial academic scholarship to some schools. As of right now (a Senior), I have a 2.3 /+ 4.0 but still not receive my last report card for my Senior year
I take academics seriously, volunteer my time, tutor other students, and participate in various clubs. I want to go to a school with other dedicated students such as myself and do well. But, if playing on a team is going to be so time consuming that I cannot do well in the classroom, then maybe being on a team isn't for me.
Both my parents went to school out of the country, so I will be the first to attend college in the US. They did not participate in athletics while in school. My parents are going to be paying for a majority, if not all, of my college tuition fees. I thought it would be nice to maybe recieve a partial scholarship for athletics in order to lessen the cost. And don't get me wrong, I really do enjoy playing tennis. It's NOT like the only reason I want to play in college is to get a scholarship. I want to play tennis in college because I enjoy being a part of a team, being in the atmosphere of matches, and being able to play tennis and compete. Getting a scholarship would simply be an added bonus. But, wouldn't playing on the club team be just as satisfying?
I'm interested in hearing your opinions on how difficult it is to do well in school, while being on a sports team. And simply if being on a Men’s tennis team is worth the hard worth and time commitment.
I want increase my ability to play college and play higher level and ready to work to show i deserve to play any college who show interest about me.