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  • #61
    Originally posted by Jackboy View Post
    Open enrollment isn't as open as all the private school folks think. There are rules that have to be followed that private schools don't have to follow.As far as coaching goes, we have one of the best coaching staffs around IMO.As I said before we play what we have from a population of under 11,000 as a D4 school.Not from an area 2 million in Columbus or 650000 in Youngstown
    Would you care to clarify what "rules" privates don't have to follow?

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    • #62
      jackboy doesn't have any idea what he is talking about. he just spews misinformation about the state of private schools because it makes him feel better, even though there is no basis in fact.

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      • #63
        Yep you're correct! I think the private school folks are upset that change is coming. Not much they can do about it.

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        • #64
          jackboy, are you just going to ignore the fact that you posted false information? Hope that everyone forgets you are wrong and so agrees with you? Please state just one rule you think applies to public schools and harms them but does not apply to private schools. If you actually read the rules, you would see that the fact is the opposite.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by ryancsportsmom View Post
            What exactly are you asking for here?

            No one "sits" if they don't ever attend another high school (in otherwords, the "sitting" occurs when a student attends one high school and then decides to transfer to another high school) but secondly, are you aware that if a child attends a private high school and decides to transfer back to their "home" school, they don't sit!
            This is 100% true: Private to Public= No sit out
            Public to private= sit out for 1 year

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            • #66
              Originally posted by CCL_Rules View Post
              This is 100% true: Private to Public= No sit out
              Public to private= sit out for 1 year
              Not to mention that going to a private requires tuition, and sometimes transportation issues.

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              • #67
                a lot of athletes in private schools pay little to no tuition.

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                • #68
                  ^^^ Proof ?!

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by big_tiger_fan1 View Post
                    a lot of athletes in private schools pay little to no tuition.
                    How can you possibly know this?

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by big_tiger_fan1 View Post
                      a lot of athletes in private schools pay little to no tuition.
                      ALL athletes in public schools pay no tuition.

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by big_tiger_fan1 View Post
                        a lot of athletes in private schools pay little to no tuition.
                        As someone with knowledge of private school finances, I can tell you this is nonsense. It is very rare for this to be happening. Private schools just don't have the money to be handing out full rides to students just because they are athletes. There is such a mythology about private schools held by public school advocates, it really isn't even funny.

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                        • #72
                          so your saying everyone at a private school pays the same amount of tuition.no exceptions.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by big_tiger_fan1 View Post
                            so your saying everyone at a private school pays the same amount of tuition.no exceptions.
                            No. My school has tuition assistance and it's based solely on income. Athletics or anything else has nothing to do with it. In fact, our tuition assistance applications are handled by an outside company and each applicant is known only as a number.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by bobby View Post
                              No. My school has tuition assistance and it's based solely on income. Athletics or anything else has nothing to do with it. In fact, our tuition assistance applications are handled by an outside company and each applicant is known only as a number.
                              Correct. That is true of every private school I know. The process is blind. You can think whatever you want.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by big_tiger_fan1 View Post
                                a lot of athletes in private schools pay little to no tuition.
                                Yes, please prove it. Hearing this myth gets old especially when no one can back it up because if they could, they would have contacted the OHSAA and had it investigated.

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