Unified Basketball League

The Unified Basketball League is an extra-curricular opportunity for students with identified cognitive or physical disabilities. Participants play on a basketball team with their age-appropriate peer helpers. The Marion High School team competes against other schools in Grant County.

Coaches work with students on basic basketball skills, but more importantly about teamwork and doing their best.

Each school system hosts a home game.

This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to work together, and it is a great opportunity for fans to come out and support true sportsmanship and teamwork. We hope you'll consider joining us in cheering our teams on!

>> Starting with the 2015-16 season, Unified Basketball is now part of the MHS Champions Together program! This is a partnership of the IHSAA and Special Olympics. We're proud to be the first school in Grant County to join the Champions Together program! Click here to learn more.


The 2016 MHS Unified Basketball League team.
Marion High School is a Unified Champion School. Click here to learn more about what that means! We are grateful for community support of our Champions Together program. In 2016, we were awarded a Community Foundation grant. Click here to read more about that, and to see photo galleries from the 2016 seasons.