In this Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 photo, Sudanese students from left, Wal Khat, Mangisto Deng, Makur Puou and Akim Nyang pose for a photo in the living room of one of the student residences

 

              In this Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 photo, Sudanese students from left, Wal Khat, Mangisto Deng, Makur Puou and Akim Nyang pose for a photo in the living room of one of the student residences
In this Friday, Dec. 7, 2012 photo, Sudanese students from left, Wal Khat, Mangisto Deng, Makur Puou and Akim Nyang pose for a photo in the living room of one of the student residences on the campus of Mooseheart Child City and School in Mooseheart, Ill., a residential center for children in suburban Chicago supported by the Loyal Order of Moose and the Women of the Moose. The Illinois High School Association board will consider Monday, Dec. 10 whether the student athletes are ineligible to compete for the Red Ramblers of Mooseheart High School. The century-old school says it accepted the students as part of its tradition of helping troubled and poor students, but the ISHA's executive director determined that it broke a prohibition against recruiting by accepting the young men from A-HOPE, an Indiana-based foundation whose founder has drawn NCAA scrutiny. (AP Photo/Carla K. Johnson)