We offer community based spring lacrosse programs for boys in grades three through eight.
For answers to frequently asked questions about our programs, please click "About" on the menu above. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our spring season is fast approaching, with practices beginning in March.
We have a few spots left for players in 3rd, 4th, and 8th grade. All other players should join the waitlist and we will contact you if a spot opens up.
Step 1: Your player will first need a US Lacrosse Membership that is valid through June 2021. Click here to obtain or renew your membership.
Step 2: Click here to register with NSLAX.
Season fees will be $375. Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, we will only collect a $100 deposit at the time of registration. Assuming we proceed with our season as planned, the $275 balance of the registration fees will be due prior to our first practice.
If we are unable to provide a lacrosse season due to COVID-19, the $100 deposit will be rolled over as a credit for the following season. Players in 8th grade who are graduating from the program will be eligible for a refund.
As in previous years, we are pleased to offer limited financial aid to families who apply, in an effort to get more kids playing the sport.
Season Time Frame
Practices will start in April, with the season wrapping up at the end of June. The exact details are still under debate with our league (Greater Eastside Lacrosse League) due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. We will contact registered players with details as they solidify.
Our mission is to teach the fundamentals of lacrosse, team play and sportsmanship. We encourage learning in a supportive, community environment where individual effort is affirmed and mistakes are recognized as the foundation of mastery. We believe that winning is important, but consider the opportunity to teach life lessons and for everyone to play higher priorities.
We teach players to "Honor the Game" by respecting the rules, opponents, officials, teammates and themselves.
We expect players to make lacrosse a priority and give their full effort in both practices and games. While not always reflected on the scoreboard, our teams win when they put forth a winning effort and demonstrate improved lacrosse skills, better team play and good sportsmanship.
Generally, players whose address falls within the Seattle Public School boundary areas that feed Roosevelt, Lincoln, Nathan Hale and Ingraham will be eligible to play for NSLAX. If you attend a private school that fields a team, you should play with that team.
The zip codes that are eligible are 98115, 98125, and 98105. Portions of 98177, 98133, 98117, and 98103 are eligible.
The objective of community boundaries is to promote lacrosse at the youth levels, and to prepare youth players to play high school lacrosse. Players are only eligible to participate in the program (team) located in their designated geographical boundary.
These rules are intended to create an equitable environment in which teams can compete, prevent athletic recruiting, and prevent program shopping (choosing programs based on a coach or perception of competitive strength). Further, these rules seek to promote a local, grassroots, community approach to building the quantity and quality of lacrosse in our region. The program (team) for which a player is eligible is determined first by the school they attend and second by their home address.
Registration fees are $375 for the season.
This includes a uniform which your player gets to keep at the end of the season. It also includes supervised practices with excellent coaches, a bunch of exciting weekend games, camaraderie with teammates, and numerous character-building opportunities.
Need-based scholarships are available. Please contact us to discuss.
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2018 Battle of Bothell U14 Champions
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|North Seattle Lacrosse|
|4616 25th Ave NE, PMB 132|
|Seattle, WA 98105|