Hi all, I have searched the forum regarding a discussion on how parents approach academic planning for their DDs and college with no success. My DD is in 7th grade currently and competing lv 9. While I know my child is capable, we (my wife and I) are planning as if she will not get an athletic scholarship. However, she is fully committed to the sport and trains at a level as if she is, if that makes sense. She is happy, loves the gym, and would not have it any other way. Given her training schedule and gym location (hour + away) she cannot attend traditional brick and mortar school so she is fully virtual now. I'm curious if folks have used college admission coach/counselor to help plan for their children in these unique dynamics? What approach or suggestions they might have on the academic planning front? Any consideration to some of these "sports" high schools (IMG Academy, Monteverde Academy, etc)? At the end of the day, academics will always come first for our family and we want to make sure, as I am sure any parent here does, that she has the best opportunity to succeed in getting into college, in spite of or in lieu of her participation in this sport. Thanks for any advice!