Non-School Sponsored Activities and Clubs

  • Parents are encouraged to research these programs as these listings are informational only and do not constitute an endorsement by Lewis-Palmer School District 38. eFlyers from Community Partners may be found on each school's homepage.

  • Academy Little League

    Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains along the Rampart Range, Academy Little League serves the northern communities of Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Originally formed in 1995 with approximately 200 players, we now average approximately 62 teams and over 750 players annually.
    The league name was adopted in recognition of our proximity to the United States Air Force Academy, which is included in our boundary.  Our league’s logo is red/white/blue and depicts the Academy’s most famous landmark, the Cadet Chapel.
    contact information:

    Al Walter (719) 559-0525/703-798-4320  wldrdr@hotmail.com

    Academy Little League

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  • Boy Scouts

    The Boy Scouts of America is the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training. It is the mission of the Boy Scouts of America, to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime.

    contact information:

    (719) 634-1584

    Boy Scouts of America - Pikes Peak Council

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  • Girl Scouts

    Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs for girls from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to do something amazing.

    contact information:

    (877) 404-5708  email: inquiry@gscolorado.org

    Girl Scouts of Colorado

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  • Gold Crown Foundation

    Gold Crown Foundation, a Colorado nonprofit 501c3, offers youth sports and education programs to nearly 20,000 boys and girls annually throughout Colorado and the surrounding states.  Founded in 1986 by former Denver Nugget player and coach, Bill Hanzlik, and his partner Ray Baker, Gold Crown Foundation’s mission statement is “Educating Youth and Community Through Sports and Enrichment”.  Through our Basketball, Volleyball, Golf, Lacrosse, and Educational Programs, we teach youth life skills and we grant almost $100,000 in scholarships annually to kids ages 8-18.

    contact information:

    Gold Crown Foundation

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  • Landsharks Running Club

    The Landsharks Running Club develops young athletes in positive, safe, character-based programs. The focus is on having fun, improving personal skills, being an encouraging teammate, making new friends, and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

    Contact information:

    (719) 623-5314

    Landsharks Running Club

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  • Ranger Lacrosse Club

    The Ranger Lacrosse Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing the youth of the TriLakes and Northern El Paso County area with the opportunity to learn and participate in the fast growing sport of Lacrosse. Youth teams are open to boys and girls.

    contact information:

    mail@rangerlacrosse.org

    Ranger LAX 

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  • Stone Athletics Youth Basketball

    Stone Athletics is a local, youth-oriented association specializing in the growth and development of our future athletes. We are made up of volunteer coaches, parents, and current high school players with a focus on fundamental development, team building, and local competition. We offer a unique opportunity for young athletes to learn a sport and compete at a high level without leaving their own neighborhood. For 4th-8th grade boys and girls.

    contact information:

    Stone Athletics

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  • Tri-Lakes Little League Baseball and Softball

    Tri-Lakes Little League is a youth sports organization which offers boys and girls within our defined boundaries the opportunity to participate in baseball and softball on teams determined by both age and ability.  Tri-Lakes Little Leagues strives to implant in the children the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and respect for authority so they may be well-adjusted, strong, and happy children who will grow up to be good, decent, healthy, and trustworthy citizens.

    contact information:

    Tri-Lakes Little League

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  • West El Paso Baseball

    West El Paso Baseball, is a youth summer baseball league out of Colorado Springs, Colorado. We are dedicated to promoting good sportsmanship while creating an opportunity to play organized, good fundamental baseball during the summer months. We provide the best playing experience possible for every player. The league is a mixture of players of all skill levels. We have players from beginner to experienced. It is the league's intent to group players with their school, current little league team, and neighborhood friends whenever possible. All kids ages 7-15 are welcome.

    contact information:

    (719) 719-648-5171  westelpasobaseball@comcast.net

    West El Paso Baseball

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  • YMCA

    The Y invites your family to register now for Youth Sports, where we are as interested in developing character as we are in developing healthy athletes. We do not conduct tryouts and our coaches stress good sportsmanship and skills development over winning. Your children will learn the Y’s four core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility: life-lasting principals to use both in and out of the game!

    contact information:

    (719) 481-8728

    YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region

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