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I have a son who is a Student Football Athlete started as Freshman On Varsity Football , voted an All star as a Sophmore and Team Captain for next year as a Junior. He has a 4.0 GPA but is on an IEP in school, and takes mostly College Prep and ACP classes. I can't imagine great SAT coming due to IEP so figuring he will be around 1100-1200. Extremely determined boy. Defintely think he can play D2 and D3 he has his mind set on NESCAC schools. College tuition is not a problem so it is not like seeking money for school. Heard that some of the schools are test optional so hoping that his Grades , Athletics would out weigh his potentially low SAT scores. Concerned that he would be able to get into these schools and if accepted abletohandle work load. Anyone have any ideas ,thoughts or dealings with NESCAC49 replies