Dysart schools offer comprehensive athletic programs for all students. Within the sports programs, young people learn the values associated with discipline, performing under stress, citizenship, sportsmanship, confidence, leadership and organizational skills, participating within rules, physical well-being and striving towards excellence. We aim to provide positive experiences and guide our student athletes toward realizing their full potential. Win or lose, our students learn lessons of a lasting and positive nature.
MIDDLE LEVEL SPORTS OFFERED
Our middle school student athletes also have an opportunity to compete in the Northwest Valley Athletic Conference Tournament of Champions at the end of each season, where they will compete against other middle schools across the northwest valley.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS OFFERED
Sand Volleyball (Girls)
Swim & Dive
Track & Field
2022-2023 STATE CHAMPIONS
6A Girls Basketball - Valley Vista High School (VVHS)
Division I-II Cheer, Coed Stunt and Coed Show Cheer - Willow Canyon H.S. (WCHS)
Division I Track, 100 and 200 meter - Blaise Nelson, VVHS
126 lb Wrestler, Girls Division - Brianna Reyes, VVHS
150 lb Wrestler, Division I - Ammon Passey, SRHS
215 lb Wrestler, Division I - Abel Garza, SRHS
Heavyweight Wrestler, Division III - Julian Laborin, Dysart High School (DHS)
Unified Badminton and Basketball, Gold Division - WCHS
Unified Soccer, Gold Division - VVHS
Unified Basketball, CoEd Silver Division - Shadow Ridge High School (SRHS)
Unified Track and Field - WCHS
COMPETITIVE ATHLETIC CLASSES
Students will participate in weight training, physical conditioning routines, and additional practice time that compliment their sport of interest.
In addition to the requirements of the regular class, students in the honors track will be required to complete a research paper or project, a reflection and presentation based on a topic of interest related to the course.
- Competitive Athletics/Honors Prerequisite: Approval of Head Coach
- PE/Elective Credit: 1/Repeatable
- Fees: None
- Location: Competitive athletics classes are offered at all high schools
Unified Sports is defined as social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences. Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. It was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding. In Dysart Unified Sports, teams are made up of people of similar age and ability, which makes practices more fun and games more challenging and exciting for all. Having sport in common is just one more way that preconceptions and false ideas are swept away.