Image copyright Pimlico Plumbers Image caption Megan Thee Stallion did not play much volleyball and passed her exams online
Megan Thee Stallion completed her school and college diploma at Pimlico Plumbers in London on Monday.
The 29-year-old, who was inspired to try professional sport after seeing an advert for special needs basketball team a decade ago, has been competing internationally for months.
Stallion scored 103 runs and 30 wickets in this summer’s IPL.
“I had to sit exams online and was very supportive of my coursemates,” she said.
“It feels like the culmination of such a journey and coming to the end of my high school and college work is so amazing.”
Stallion is the daughter of BBC commentator Des Morgan – who is on his 28th season of commentary for England – and sister of actor Keeley.
What is Professional Sports for Special Needs Athlete?
The Professional Sports for Special Needs Athlete (PSSA) is an initiative to get disabled people into the world of competitive sport.
The thinking behind PSSA is that because most disabled people are not excluded by sporting clubs or sporting associations, but some find the options narrow and not challenging enough.
The idea is to develop socially and geographically diverse team sporting opportunities for all disabled people.