Frequently Asked Questions:

Will I receive confirmation of enrollment?
Confirmations will be sent within 7 business days of receipt of your registration.

Age & Eligibility
Participants must be the appropriate age on the first day of class or entering the appropriate grade in the Fall semester. Adult classes are for participants 16 years or older, unless otherwise specified.

Americans With Disabilities Act
The Patriot Recreation Education Program will not discriminate against eligible residents for participation on the basis of a disabling condition. We invite any community member with a special need to contact our staff upon registration so that a smooth inclusion may occur.

Do I need insurance?
For insurance purposes, PREP programs and activities require a signed waiver. PREP is not responsible for supervision of children arriving on site prior to or remaining on site after the established program times.

Can I make up classes missed ?
In order to preserve the safety of the participant-to-staff ratio and the quality of the classes, PREP does not provide for or allow, make up classes. There will be make-up classes for classes missed which are caused by PREP.

Does PREP Prorate?
No, PREP does not prorate for any of its camps, classes or programs.


What happens if I cancel a class?
Participants may request in writing up to one week prior to the class start date. A $10 administration fee is deducted from all refunds.

How do I register for classes?
You may register on line or mail, fax, or drop off your forms to the PREP Office.

A fax registration will only be accepted if paying by MasterCard or Visa. Registrations will be processed by the date received. PREP will return any illegible or incomplete registration.


Who provides transportation?
Transportation for all courses is the responsibility of the participant or parent.

Can I transfer to another class?
When class size permits, participants may request a transfer from one program to another in writing,
one week prior to class start.

What is a Gold Card?
Gold Card holders may register for some PREP classes for 50% of the regular class fee, provided the minimum enrollment for the class is met. Textbook, food, supply fees, etc. are additional. These classes are noted with a senior citizen fee listed under the regular class fees.

District 125 senior citizens (60 or older) must apply in person for a free GOLD CARD at the PREP office. We will make a copy of your photo ID or driver’s license to verify your age. You will receive free admission to Stevenson home Athletic contests and Fine Arts Performances (excluding I.H.S.A. Tournaments and Stevenson Foundation Events). Please check the Stevenson High School Web page, www.d125.org for information on these events.

Can I smoke on campus?
The District 125 NON-SMOKING policy prohibits smoking on the Stevenson premises for students, faculty, and visitors.

What happens when a class is full?
When a class reaches its maximum enrollment a waiting list is established. If an opening occurs, or a new class is formed, you will be notified.

Is PREP looking for instructors?
PREP is always looking for talented individuals to teach classes. Contact us!
PREP, 847/415-4145