Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education partners with local community youth organizations in order to make parents aware of opportunities throughout the district. Below are just a few of the organizations that exist in our community.
Blaine Area Little League
For kids ages 4-12
Blaine Area Little League (B.A.L.L.) serves students within the Spring Lake Park High School and Blaine High School boundaries. More than 1,000 kids age 4-12 participate in competitive league play each season. Registrations open in January and the season typically runs May through July (ending earlier for younger ages). It's not unusual for kids to start as pre-schoolers and play with B.A.L.L. into middle school. Friendships, teamwork and learning to love baseball are core principles of B.A.L.L. All are welcome, and everyone makes a team.
For children aged 3 years to 18 years old Travel and Recreational Leagues, Training Programs, Camps and Clinics
Blaine Soccer Club is a community based recreational and traveling soccer programs that is open to all residents of Independent School District #16 and #11 as well as other surrounding communities. Blaine Soccer Club is affiliated with the City of Blaine Park and Recreation Department and the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA).
For girls and boys, grades 3-12 Leagues, tournaments, clinics and training programs
The Panther Volleyball Club is a local Junior Olympics club serving the communities of Spring Lake Park, Fridley, Blaine and surrounding communities. Our goal is to provide an affordable Junior Olympic experience while building the skills of our youth.
The Spring Lake Park Youth Lacrosse Association was established in 2014 to provide an opportunity for youth to learn and enjoy the sport of lacrosse, and to honor the game by instilling the values of scholastic achievement, sportsmanship, and individual development. The program is open to boys and girls and follows the US Lacrosse boys league rules.
Sign up to be a part of the fastest-growing team sport in the United States! Registration opens in January. The season runs late March through early June and includes practices, games and a tournament. Equipment is available to borrow.
For girls and boys in grades 2-8 Travel and Recreational Leagues
Traveling leagues are offered for 4-8th grades and runs from October through March. Participants can expect two weekly practices and 10-12 weekend tournaments. Our in-house or rec programs are offered for girls and boys in grades 2-6. The girl's season runs from October - December and the boys from January - March. Participants can expect one weekly practices and games to be on Thursdays, Saturdays, and/or Sundays.
Registration takes place every August with tryouts in September.
For children entering Kindergarten - grade 6 Flag football and tackle football leagues
Spring Lake Park Panther Youth Football has a new home in 2014 as it is no longer a part of the BSLPAA. Panther Youth Football will serve students living in or attending school in the Spring Lake Park School District. Flag football is offered for grade K-1 and tackle football for grades 2-6. Practices begin in August with the season ending in late October. Player development, team building, player safety and learning how to have fun playing football are key components of this program. Please join us as everyone makes a team.
Registration runs May-July with an early bird discount if registered by July 1.
The Spring Lake Park Youth Hockey Association operates the youth hockey program for children enrolled in Spring Lake Park schools, as well as for those students from St. Anthony who want to play hockey. Registration is open annually from early August until early October for ages 4-8, and early August to mid-September for ages 9 and up. Activities begin in mid October and end in early march, depending on age level.
Off-season hockey camps are offered for all ages in two sessions: spring session, running from April-June and fall session, running August-October.
All Events and Activities Are Canceled April 12 After 7 p.m.
All activities and events at Spring Lake Park Schools are canceled after 7 p.m. this evening. Governor Walz has issued a curfew for Anoka, Hennepin and Ramsey counties effective Monday, April 12 at 7 p.m. until Tuesday, April 13 at 6 a.m.