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Registration Calendar

Registration typically opens for the Fall on August 1st and the Spring on December 1st for all three divisions (High School Grades 9-12) (Youth Grades 5-8) and (Bantam Grades 1-4)

There are three primary seasons (Fall, Spring and Summer). In addition there is a August Newcomers Clinic, Bantam and Youth Summer Camp. Please register as space is limited for all our camps.

Zack Colburn

Director of Lacrosse Operations

Phone: (215) 740-2581

Alex Richter

High School Director / Board Member

Phone: (214) 552-8333

Bruce Nolley

Youth Director

Phone: (214) 212-6112

Paul Rowsey

Bantam Co-Director (1st & 2nd Grades)

Phone: (214) 558-2646

Miller Sylvan

Bantam Co-Director (3rd & 4th Grades)

Phone: (949) 278-7762

2021 Fall Fees

Bantam Grades 1/2 $275
Bantam Grades 3/4 $300
Youth Grades 5/6 $625
Youth Grades 7/8 $675
High School Grades 9-12 $700

2022 Spring Fees


Grades 1/2 $375
Grades 3/4 $450



Grades 5/6 $900
Grades 7/8 $950


High School

(Includes D1 Sports)

High School = $2,200 (base, JV & JV Swing)
Varsity Gold = High School + $400
Varsity Blue = High School + $600 + $1,200 (Spring Trip Cost to IMG)


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All 1st-12th grade Players must be registered with the US Lacrosse League on the US Lacrosse website.

Required Items for Registration (All Grades 1-12)

  • A valid US Lacrosse number.
  • Medical information for your player(s) including: Doctor's contact info, insurance provider and policy information.
  • All required waivers and releases for all grades will be signed online.

Cancellation Policy For All Registrations

Please note: Player fees are refundable up until the time that practices or tryouts commence. Eligible refunds are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. After the date practices or tryouts commence, no refunds will be issued, even for injuries or grade issues during the season.

Player Registration Eligibility

Players who live in the Highland Park Independent School District are eligible to register for Highland Park Boys Lacrosse. Please be aware that we are approaching maximum capacity for players in many of our grade segments. If we should reach maximum capacity, we will prioritize players according to the following guidelines and begin a waitlist. Our goal is to accommodate all registered and waitlisted players.

1st Priority: HPISD residents with players registered and attending HPISD Schools.
2nd Priority: HPISD residents with players attending non-HPISD schools without an available community related program.
3rd Priority: HPISD residents with players attending non-HPISD schools with an available community related program.

If we are unable to accommodate a player, we will work with alternative local programs to find a spot for that player.

Players who do not reside within the Highland Park Independent School District are not eligible to register for a Highland Park Lacrosse team.

If we are maxed out with 1st Priority Players, coaches will determine the teams based on returning or new players, skills and registration order.