Stevenson High School is a leader in paving the way for students with disabilities to participate in athletics.
- Allied Basketball (added in 2019)
- Allied Bowling (added in 2016)
- Allied Spirit Revolution (cheerleading and poms, added in 2016)
- Allied Soccer (created in 2014)
Our allied sports program seeks to provide these benefits to students who participate:
- Problem solving
- Decision making
- Physical fitness
- Relationship building
- Social skills
- Social/emotional skills within a competitive environment
Who Can Participate in Allied Sports?
- Allied Student-athlete: A student who cannot participate in the District 125 existing co-curricular athletic programs, even with reasonable modifications or aids and services.
- Allied Student Partner: A student who meets the criteria for District 125 athletic participation
- Restriction or Participation: Student-athletes playing the same sport (Spirit Revolution) in the spring season will be prohibited from competing as an Allied partner. Appropriate participation for such a student-athlete may take place as a manager.
Stevenson students and parents should inquire about these opportunities with the Athletic Office (Room 2000) or by calling 847-415-4225.
IHSA Sports for Students With Disabilities
The Illinois High School Association has created terms and conditions to create athletic participation opportunities in the following sports:
- Boys and girls cross country
- Boys and girls bowling
- Boys and girls swimming and diving
- Boys and girls track and field
In addition, the IHSA offers wheelchair basketball.