Yes because grades are very important in life. They can be very helpful when it comes to job interviews. So you need to keep your grades up by doing good in school, so that includes studying and homework! So when you're at Basketball or football or Baseball practice then you won't have time to do homework after school. It may not seem like homework is important but it can really bring your grades up, so that's why students do need good grades to play sports in America
Well I think that members of any sport should have good grades. Only because it is considered a privilege to play in sports. I am 14 and I am in track, and trying out for cheer leading for my freshmen year and I get fairly good grades(mostly A's maybe two B's). And maintain to keep it that way. Why do you ask? Doesn't your school tell you that you should get good grades, or is it because you want to play but don't have the grades for that particular sport and think it is very unfair?
i don't think so but you have to at least get some good grades
I too think that should students shouldn't be required to have good grades to be involved in sports. but the problem is that the grades make the students work harder to achieve something that they want.
Some areas of sports require more than physical fitness and skill at the game. It is useful to know certain things like nutrition, Biology and physiology, especially if the person in question wants to coach when they are no longer able to play the game itself.
Yes, I think they should. My school requires an 80 or above average.
Yes they should but I think 80 is a bit high. Some people really struggle to get 50s and 60s. I think that if they really want to play they should get at least a 70. This is not in every subject but an average.
Yes. The point of school is education, not sports. Good grades should be required to participate in any extra curricular activity. If a person is struggling to get good grades, they should focus on studying, not playing sports.
No, I believe that if athletes have passing grades, that will be enough to play sports.
Because there coaches are counting on them if they don't get good grades and cant play they could let down the whole school.
Students should get good grades to play sports because if their focusing on their grades they will be not paying attention to the coach or they will rather be sitting out of the sport.
As long as they like the sport.
athletes need to have good grades in order to play on after school programs because to have a minimum 2.0 GPA is not hard to ask for and school should come first
striving hard to get high grades
of course they should have to have good grades because if everyone were allowed to compete in sports with a suckish grade then nobody would know discipline and no one would learn lessons- you NEED GOOD GRADES FOR/IN COLLEGE!!!
yes because if anyone can play they will play suckish.
no you should let them get there grades up
Yes it is very important for student athletes to maintain a good gpa!! Exactly why the student comes first in student athlete. It means school, books, and studying always come before sports.
No, they should not be playing sports fi they do not have passing grades. Sports is an extra curricular activity that is played when you have extra time. Students should always be doing their homework before playing sports.
No, grades and sports performance are different aspects of being a collegiate student-athlete.
Yes, and the vast majority of education systems require it. The primary purpose of school is to provide education. All students should be required to meet certain minimum standards to participate in extra-curricular activities of all types.
Student athletes major in a wide variety of studies. They include sports administration, communications, management, criminal justice, and many more.
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.