Southlake Recreation is proud to offer a vast selection of engaging athletic programs for kids. Registration is now open for the Winter/Spring season. Here’s what’s coming up in early 2020.
Basketball Skills Academy | Ages 6-17
This class is designed to introduce athletes to basketball fundamentals. The goal is to excite young players about the game of basketball!
Session 1: January 6-27
Session 2: February 3-24
Session 3: March 2-30
Session 4: April 6-27
Session 5: May 4-May 18
Volleyball Skills Academy | Ages 8-15
Bowman volleyball is a skill-based class that excites players about volleyball. Players are taught confidence and fundamental skills including serving, passing, setting, and hitting. The program uses games and drills to develop a love of the game while improving technique. Players need athletic shoes and a water bottle.
Session 1: January 7-28
Session 2: February 4-25
Session 3: March 3-31
Session 4: April 7-28
Session 5: May 5-26
Little Dragon Jiu-Jitsu | Ages 5-18
The goal of this program is to teach children: respect, honor, commitment, self-control, physical fitness, coordination, compassion, positive attitude, and most importantly self-confidence. We are a life skills school that emphasizes on key values that will help students enhance their mental toughness to stand for what they believe in and the above goals. Through these values, we create a positive attitude of “Yes I Can!”
Session 1 : January 6 – February 17
Session 2: March 2 – April 15
Session 3: April 20 – June 1
Skyhawks Multi-Sport Clinic | Ages 3-6
Our Multi-Sport clinics are designated to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. For this program we combine 2-3 sports into one fun-filled class. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the class, your child will walk away with knowledge of (2 or 3) new sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline.
Session 1: January 8 – February 26
Session 2: March 25 – May 13
SuperTots Soccer | Ages 3-6
This age division of SoccerTots concentrates on building core soccer skills and personal focus while introducing an element of light competition. The class uses creative games and kid-friendly drills to make the fundamentals of soccer fun and accessible for young children. Instructor-to-student ratio is kept small to maximize individual development and encourage players to get to know their teammates.
Session 1: January 10 – February 28
Session 2: March 27 – May 15
TGA Premier Junior Golf Camp | Ages 6-17
Tee it up at golf class and discover how fun and exciting golf can be with TGA! Maximum student to coach ratio of 10:1 maintains a safe and fun environment. Coaches lead students through station-based drills and games that develop the fundamental skills of grip, putting, chipping and full-swing. Students participate in STEAM labs that allow them to explore academic concepts like gravity, force, and spin through the game. Golf is an individualistic sport so each player progresses through our five level program at their own pace.
February 4 – March 31
Mini Dribblers introduces boys and girls (ages 4-5 years old) to the game of basketball by teaching the basic fundamentals of the sport.
Participants will learn how to dribble, shoot, pass and other fun and exciting basketball skills in a well-supervised environment. Teamwork, sportsmanship and overall fun will be emphasized. Don’t miss the last day of the session when the players will demonstrate the skills they have learned in the “Big Game.” Cost includes a jersey, trophy and youth-sized ball.
Session 1 – 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Session 2 – 5:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Register as an individual player by May 24, 2019, to reserve your spot in this all-skills league for girls ages 6 to 12.
This recreational league is designed for individual players. Jerseys are provided, and coaches use a set rotation to ensure that all players receive equal playing time. All teams will play a six-game season plus playoffs.
Registration Closes: May 24, 2019
Season Dates: June 8 – July 22, 2019
Practice Begins: June 3, 2019
Resident Fee: $68 | Non-Resident Fee: $85
Age Groups (As of September 1, 2018)
Click one of the following age groups to register online.
For more information, please contact Southlake Parks and Recreation at (817) 748-8019.
Register as an individual player by Friday, February 22 to reserve your spot in Southlake’s 2019 spring volleyball league!
This recreational league is designed for girls ages 6 to 12. Jerseys will be provided, and coaches use a set rotation to ensure that all players receive equal playing time. All teams will play a six-game season plus playoffs.
Click an age range* below to register:
*Age as of September 1, 2018.
Registration Closes: February 22
Season Dates: March 23 – May 4
Coaches Meeting: March 5
Practice Begins: Week of March 18
League Tournament: Week of May 6
Resident Fee: $66 per Player
Non-Resident Fee: $85 per Player
If you have any questions, please contact Southlake Community Services at (817) 748-8019.
Sign-up your child now for Southlake Parks and Recreation Youth Athletics! With a wide assortment of leagues and clinics to choose from, there’s something that everyone will love.
Register online for any of the programs listed below or visit Community Services in Town Hall, Suite 210.
Winter Basketball League Individuals and Teams (Ages 6-12)- Sign up for this exciting recreational draft league for individuals. Participants in this league will be drafted to teams by the City of Southlake OR can register as a team and compete against other formed teams in this more competitive recreations league.
Old School P.E. Fun & Games (Ages 5-10)- Come join us for fun games! The Old School PE Class is all about playing some old school favorites like tag, dodgeball, kickball, soccer, red light, green light and much more. This class is focused on having a good time in a fun and friendly environment that promotes active and healthy lifestyles.
Basketball Skills Academy (Ages 5-12)- Basketball fundamentals, ball handling, passing and an introduction to shooting basics are taught in this fun training class. This is a skill based program that uses drills and games to teach players more about team sport. Our goal is to excite young players about the game of basketball.
Volleyball Skills Academy (Ages 8-13)- This all-skills volleyball class will ignite and excite students about the fun game of volleyball. Players develop fundamental skills including serving, passing, setting and hitting. Players will develop and demonstrate their newly acquired skills in fun games, drills and scrimmages.
For more information on Youth Athletic Programs and Leagues please visit www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com or call (817) 748-8019.
Summer is almost here! That means it’s time to start registering for all the great things Southlake Parks and Recreation has planned. In preparation for the opening of The Marq Southlake Champions Club in summer of 2018, Parks and Recreation is changing registration software.
The new software, CSI, will go live Monday, April 3 at 8:00am when summer registration opens. Registration will also be available in-person at Southlake Town Hall in Training Room 3C. City staff will be standing by to assist customers in creating an account in CSI and registering for their favorite summer programs. Take a sneak peek at all the exciting summer activities in the Summer 2017 Southlake Scene.
When participants go to register for programs on April 3rd they will notice the website looks a little different. Now, instead of having to search for an activity, you will be able to select a category to begin the search process.
One important transition note to keep in mind: All users will have to create a new account. Account information will NOT carry over from Active Network.
What does this mean for me?
Before actually registering for a program, you will be prompted to create a new account. Because CSI will also be used once Champions Club is fully operational, it will look like you are registering for a membership. Don’t worry, when you are asked to select your membership type, simply select the “Patron” membership and Parks and Recreation as the site. This will allow you to register as you normally would.
You will need to create your new account before you are able to register for summer programs like Camp Mania or Basketball, to name a few. Parents, when you are completing the account registration, be sure to list yourself as the “main member” on the account. Other family members, like spouses and children, will become “sub-members” on the account.
We understand change can sometime be confusing. We’re here to help! You can view the step-by-step instructions to help you set up you new CSI account or you can call us at (817) 748-8019.