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Collegiate Sports of America - PrepStar has helped over 75,000 student-athletes achieve athletic and academic scholarships in 23 college sports. Since 1982, over $2.5 Billion in scholarships have been awarded to our qualified high school athletes. By leveraging our network of 2,000 colleges and universities, 32,000 college coaches, and more than 30 years of personal relationships, we have a 95% success rate creating college opportunities, athletic scholarships, financial aid packages, preferred walk-ons as well as national and regional exposure for our student-athletes!

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Success Stories

Dani Gilmore

Just weeks after Dani's profile was distributed to colleges nationwide, we began receiving emails and letters of interest. Dani has now received correspondence from over 70 Division I programs. Dani has received numerous scholarship offers and recently accepted a full-ride athletic scholarship to Oregon State. PrepStar has turned into a $150,000 gift for our family. I can't say enough for what you have done for Dani and her future and I highly recommend PrepStar to any family that is looking for the very best for their child.

Matt Gilmore
Mike Vandenberg

Mike has a full scholarship offer from New Mexico and a 'grey shirt' offer from Boise State, meaning the scholarship starts January 2006. That's 2 D1 scholarship offers. Eastern Washington and Cal Poly SLO have offered partial scholarships (55-65%) they are both D1-AA schools and can split scholarships. Humboldt Stat e has also offered a partial scholarship (25-30%) they are a D2 school. Mike has official trip offers from New Mexico, Boise State, Easter n Washington and Cal Poly. We had a few discussions with San Jose State. They do not have a scholarship for Mike but like him very much. If he 'walked on' this year, he would get a scholarship next year. Thanks for all the help you gave Mike and our family.

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