About Classroom Lacrosse
The Pro Caliber Classroom Lacrosse® program introduces the sport of lacrosse and educates students on the origin and indigenous roots of the sport in Canada and North America. The student-centred program ensures that students are actively involved in a fun, inclusive and interactive environment. Pro Caliber Lacrosse's Professional coaches and National Lacrosse League players lead and instruct the customizable Pro Caliber Classroom Lacrosse® program.
Beyond the basics of lacrosse, students will learn important values like teamwork and integrity while building on physical skills fundamental to any sport. Pro Caliber Lacrosse is fully equipped to provide the necessary lacrosse equipment (lacrosse sticks, soft balls) to single classes and instruct in an indoor gym or outdoor setting (Fall, Winter or Spring).
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5 Year NLL Pro
NLL Champion - Calgary Roughnecks
NCAA Champion - University of Denver
Minto Cup Champion - Coquitlam Adanacs
$500 + GST (transaction fees apply when paying with credit card)
Minimum two days required per booking.
Single classes up to 30 students. Programming available for students in Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Please inquire for pricing on class sizes larger than 30.
All equipment provided includes lacrosse sticks and soft balls.
Classroom Lacrosse Features
Students will acquire lacrosse skills through various developmentally appropriate movement activities in a varied environment while experiencing the health benefits of physical activity. Pro Caliber CLASSROOM Lacrosse® encourages students to interact positively with others while demonstrating etiquette and fair play. Beyond lacrosse, the physical components also focus on skills such as running, jumping, throwing and catching, which are fundamental to any sport.
Professional lacrosse instructors with expertise in the game as well as coaching children and youth.
Introducing proper lacrosse mechanics, including passing, catching, shooting, scooping and cradling.
Encouraging and developing movements for dodging, throwing and ground ball (trapping) mechanics.
Physical literacy covering A, B, and C's (agility, balance and coordination).
Fundamental movement skills corresponding to different stages of long-term athletic development in various environments.
Developing enhanced hand-eye coordination.
Learning fair play, sportsmanship and leadership encouraged through cooperating and interacting positively with others.
Educational aspects such as history, geography and health sciences.
Learning to enjoy participating through active and engaging activities.
Taking the Higher Ground
Want to take your students' learning a step further?
Ignite curiosity and reinforce curricula by engaging in a FREE virtual field trip with Canada's Sports Hall of Fame before or after your Classroom Lacrosse residency!
Students will learn the story and legacy of one of the best lacrosse players of all time - Hall of Fame Gaylord Powless, a talented Mohawk lacrosse player from the Six National of the Grand River First Nations Reserve.
Open to students in Grades 4 and higher.
To learn more, or to book your Free virtual field trip, click HERE.