AP Academy: Football Recruiting Open House

Football Recruiting Open House

Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 6:00 p.m.

AP Academy and Director of College Placement John Martin would like to invite all current Grade 10 and 11 football players to our Football Recruiting Open House. This event will take place on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. All interested student athletes and their families are welcome to attend. There is no cost to attend this information session. Coach Martin will highlight the recruiting process and provide information to all families around creating the most exposure for the student athlete.

Interested families/students will have the opportunity to sign up for a one year, student centered, customized recruiting package through AP Academy. Coach Martin has spoken to teams, schools, corporations and families across the country and is recognized for his knowledge, energy, and passion for helping students. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!

Topics to be discussed:

  • WHERE DO WE START?
  • How important are my SAT/ACT Tests?
  • What college is the right fit?
  • What is a MERIT Scholarship?
  • How can I go on a recruiting visit?
  • How important is my HS Transcript?
  • How do I communicate with Coaches?
  • What is the parent role in this process?
  • What is the NCAA Clearinghouse?
  • Question/Answer Session!

Coach Martin’s unique perspective, as both a high school counselor and football coach of nearly twenty years will provide information that most students will not get throughout their high school experience. Coach Martin’s expertise related to college placement and recruiting has helped his student’s athletes attend some of our countries best schools. They include:

Princeton University, UNH, Bowdoin College, Springfield College, Wesleyan University, Tufts University, UMASS, Bentley University, UCONN, Bryant University, And many more..

John Martin

John Martin is a licensed school counselor who specializes in post-secondary planning options for student-athletes. He currently works as a school counselor at East Longmeadow High School and as an assistant varsity football coach. John has spoken across the country to students, corporations and families on the topics of leadership, college planning and player development. He is also an adjunct professor in the school counseling masters degree program at Springfield College (MA). John is available to all AP student-athletes and any families interested in post-secondary planning.