Outside of our competitive SAISA program, Lincoln offers a wealth of opportunities for students to further develop their skills and understandings in a sporting context. Our year-round Football development program is offered to different age-groups from lower elementary to high school.
Each SAISA season, students who do not make or tryout for the competitive teams, are still able to progress their skills as part of these youth development programs in Basketball, Football and Volleyball.
Our developmentally-appropriate Aquatics program also showcases this leveled development. Students who are still in the early stroke development phases can join our After School Learn-to-Swim classes. Typically, we have younger students join the Learn-to-Swim sessions (grades 1-5), which take place a minimum of two times per week, including our Saturday Morning Swim School. Beyond this, we offer a Snow Leopards Cubs Swim Club, which is offered to Elementary students who have achieved pink cap or above in our swimming and water safety levels. The focus of this club is technique development with swimmers looking to improve their skills in the four competitive strokes. Students in grades 5-12 are then given the opportunity to tryout for the competitive SAISA teams in Swimming and Track & Field.