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Fenton Community High School is fortunate to have a wide variety of athletic opportunities for students of all grade levels. Fenton competes in the Metro Suburban Conference which includes teams from Elmwood Park, Illiana Christian, Ridgewood, Riverside-Brookfield, Timothy Christian and Glenbard South High Schools.
The Metro Suburban Conference competes in the following sports: Baseball, Basketball (B/G), Cheerleading, Cross Country (B/G), Football, Golf, Soccer (B/G), Softball, Tennis (B/G), Track & Field (B/G), Volleyball (G) and Wrestling.
In addition, Fenton has student athletes that compete on the following non-conference teams: Bowling (B/G), Dance Force Dance Team, Gymnastics (B/G), Swimming (B/G), and Volleyball (B).
A current physical, parent consent form and IHSA consent forms (concussion information sheet and steroid consent form) are needed to participate. These are available on our Athletic Forms page. For additional information, contact the Athletic Department at (630) 860-6261.
Information regarding Schedules, Scores, Highlights, Announcements, Rosters, Daily Events, and Team & Event Pictures can be found at Athletics 2000.
Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Announces Eligibility Guideline Changes for 2012-2013
Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, high school students will need to comply with stricter IHSA guidelines in order to be eligible to participate in athletics and activities.
IHSA Current Policy - Students must pass at least four classes weekly and four classes for the semester to be eligible to participate in athletics and activities. A student who does did not pass four classes for the semester will be ineligible for the entire next semester.
Please note: Fenton High School’s current policy states that a student must pass four classes for the semester and a weekly minimum of passing five classes to be eligible.
2012-2013 IHSA Change - All students must pass at least five classes weekly and five classes for the semester to be eligible to participate in athletics and activities. Students who do not pass five classes for the semester will be ineligible for the entire next semester.
Please note: This change will only affect Fenton’s semester eligibility requiring all students to pass five classes for the semester to be eligible for the following semester. Fenton’s current policy already required students to pass five classes weekly.
Second Semester- Summer school classes would count toward the second semester minimum requirements.
For more information, contact Todd Becker at (630) 860-6261.