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´╗┐For everyone who''s ever complained about private schools recruiting

For those of you that feel like recruiting gives an unfair advantage to the private schools I decided to give a breakdown of how little room there is to bring in athletes at the relatively small elite prep schools that have a middle school as well (McDonogh, Gilman, Loyola, St. Pauls).

The numbers I am using are for McDonogh because those are the numbers I have access to, McDonogh is the most extreme situation because they co ed and the smallest of the schools I mentioned, but the others aren that far off.

A typical McDonogh upper school class has 135 140 students (the class of 2011 had 138). Of those students, approximately 100 105 attended middle school at McDonogh. That leaves 30 40 slots for new high school freshmen (both guys and girls), with about 60% girls and 40% guys being admitted on average. For those 30 40 slots (36 for next years freshman class) there are over 400 applicants.

Every one of those applications is reviewed by a panel which includes the administration, admissions department, teachers in every subject, arts and music instructors, and coaches. They have to sift through all the applications, advocate for their favorites, and come to a consensus on the less than 10% of applicants who will be admitted. This all means that there are over 20 sports, academics, arts, and music, all trying to push their candidates through. From what I heard, an anti athletics element of the faculty holds a fair amount of sway on the committee as well, making the admitting of athletes even harder.

To put this in perspective McDonogh brings in 14 15 freshmen guys every year while Calvert Hall brings in over 300, there are more guys in one class at Calvert Hall (300+) then in the entire McDonogh Upper School (240 250). Of those Billig Generisk Cialis 14 15 freshman guys maybe 6 8 will be stellar athletes, and they will be spread among all sports. With a number discrepancy like this, it is astonishing McDonogh can play in the A Conference in every sport, let alone win numerous titles.

In fact, most of the stellar McDonogh athletes have attended "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" the school for years, way before anyone knew they were great athletes. Here just a few examples from last years class:

Tyler Frederick lax (K)

Sam Eby lax (6th)

Jordyn Glaser track (K)

Rudy Johnson football (2nd)

These are all D1 athletes who attended school years before their talents became evident and obviously weren recruited, they developed into outstanding athletes during their time at the school.

I think it time to stop whining about recruiting and start asking what makes a school like McDonogh or Gilman so successful. I believe the key is great coaches, an atmosphere of winning and multi sport athletes, 90% of kids at McDonogh play at least 2 sports without being required to, which is an unheard of ratio.

I believe this could be replicated at the public schools here if they would just shed the "poor me, the MIAA can recruit and we can attitude. In every state but Maryland, Virginia, and Texas the publics and privates compete together, and they are both better for the competition. I mean, they do it in Florida and you don see national powerhouse Miami Northwestern complaining that national powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas can recruit and they can

In closing, I think it time to look past recruiting to find the real reasons why a McDonogh or Gilman is successful: dedicated students playing multiple sports, great coaches who are unselfish about sharing athletes, a winning attitude where kids expect to win, parents who are heavily involved, and a great way of developing the kids already on campus into great athletes. When you add all those up, recruiting 6 8 kids a year really doesn do anything in comparison, especially in a numbers sport like football, where there might be 4 8 recruits in the program and only 3 6 on varsity. And that it for tonight, I step down from my pulpit now.

Explaining the whole "recruiting"/enrollment process w/out touching on the scholorship issue is a little misleading, don you think? I think that whatever "whining" you are hearing is probably about the free tuition that MIAA schools use in the recruiting process. Oh, I know, "the MIAA does not permit it member schools to offer athletic scholorships blah, blah, blah". Just like a handful of MIAA schools have made a commitment to athletics, the same is true in the land of Publics. or Glenelg, we want McD!)

Explaining the whole "recruiting"/enrollment process w/out touching on the scholorship issue is a little misleading, don you think? I think that whatever "whining" you are hearing is probably about the free tuition that MIAA schools use in the recruiting process. Oh, I know, "the MIAA does not permit it member schools to offer athletic scholorships blah, blah, blah". Just like a handful of MIAA schools have made a commitment to athletics, the same is true in the land of Publics. or Glenelg, we want McD!)

Hereford vs. Calvert Hall would be a really hot ticket. But in spite of the fact that many would like to see this game it never gonna happen.

Over the past few years I have had many conversations with Coach T and I sure he would love to play CHC. Unfortunately not enof to gain by scheduling the game as a victory would not help Hereford in terms of points accumulation for states. Too bad so sad!!!

Explaining the whole "recruiting"/enrollment process w/out touching on the scholorship issue is a little misleading, don you think? I[B] think that whatever "whining" you are hearing is probably about the free tuition that MIAA schools use in the recruiting process.[/B] Oh, I know, "the MIAA does not permit it member schools to offer athletic scholorships blah, blah, blah". Just like a handful of MIAA schools have made a commitment to athletics, the same is true in the land of Publics. or Glenelg, we want McD!)

Why would a public school whine about what a private school does with its money? Its their money and can do whatever they want with it.

As far as schools like Hereford, Arundel, etc. wanting MIAA schools. Please, I can tell you in football they want no parts of MIAA schools.

I agree, the Private schools can do whatever they see fit with their endowment funds, it just tiresome to hear them continue to claim they don offer scholorships for athletics and compare their programs to Publics. It apples and oranges.

There are a WHOLE lot more sports than just football (believe it Cialis 10 Mg Goedkoop or not). And to think the top Public schools wouldn wat to play MIAA schools because Gilman has a stud football team is ridiculous. What about the 20+ other MIAA schools? They would ALL dominate the Publics ine every sport? Come on.

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As far as scholarships go, I can only speak on Gilman and I tell you that they do not give them. Now of course there is plenty of money that is being given out but I would say there are few to none that have their whole tuition paid for by the school. I also don see Privates trying to compare their programs to publics. It is usually the Publics that have the issue and want to compare their Programs to the privates.

Publics can play and win in every sport. But in football and lacrosse the gap is wider between the two.

As far as scholarships go, I can only speak on Gilman and I tell you that they do not give them. Now of course there is plenty of money that is being given out but I would say there are few to none that have their whole tuition paid for by the school. I also don see Privates trying to Injectable Steroids For Bodybuilding In India compare their programs to publics. It is usually the Publics that have the issue and want to compare their Programs to the privates.

 
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