Less than 1%
The percentage of middle school students who play school sports are crapollla...like crayolla?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol:)
25 percent goes to school sports
About 75% of middle schooler would participate in school sports.
30% have never played sports
36% of doctors have ever played high school sports
Sports should be allowed in school because many reasearchers studied and di tests to kids that did sports and to kids who didn't the kids that played sports got a much better grade. Also, it helps with physical atributes but also mental
Well if your asking about sports played in a school, then at my school during that season football was being played for the boys and basketball for the girls.
No... or at least, "not necessarily". Whether or not you played sports 20 years ago has very little to do with your current state of physical fitness.
It depends on how well you play. Being on the sports team and doing well will help get you into a better college.
well all sports can be played on a team amaturally but not 100% can be professionally like tennis can be singles or doubles
His records in high school have not stated that he played any sports in high school.
About 40 if you are in sports more 50 if med 60+ or 70 if in study
Less than 20%
I want to know what percentage of US high school athletes go on to play sports at the college level.
Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon. It does not appear that he played any sports in school.
No, but if you stay in high school and become their sports photographer, and develop experience and a portfolio, you have a better chance of getting sports photog jobs.
high school north and sports are ok and girls great
Under one Percent
No, if you don't play sports it doesn't mean you will perform bad at school
There is no necessity at all for canceling high school sports. High school athletes and none sports students all benefit from Varsity sports as well a sports played in gymnasiums. Gymnasium sports help build an athlete's body and also, sports at the high school level develops a camaraderie among the student athletes.