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Our Athletics program is built on the belief of education through school sport. We foster the qualities of fair play, dedication, commitment, and health. The ultimate goal is to help mold kind and active humans.


We truly believe that engagement in your school community, especially in high school sport, is important for the social development and mental well-being of students. We encourage students to get involved and work to create barrier-free opportunities wherever possible. Being involved in school sport allows students to learn skills, like time management, teamwork, communication, grit, and resilience, that can be used on the court, in the classroom, and in life. We strive to teach these transferable skills at every practice and during every game.

What does LC have to offer?



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  • Girls Basketball (Jr & Sr)

  • Cross Country

  • Field Hockey

  • Golf

  • Boys Volleyball (Jr & Sr)

  • Boys Basketball (Jr & Sr)

  • Downhill Skiing

  • Swimming

  • Girls Volleyball (Jr & Sr)

  • Wrestling

  • Badminton

  • Boys Soccer (Jr & Sr)

  • Girls Soccer (Jr & Sr)

  • Tennis

  • Track & Field

  • Ultimate

OFSAA Eligibility for Competition

When a student transfers from one secondary school to another, they automatically lose their eligibility to participate in interschool sports for a period of 12 months from the time of transfer. However, students may appeal their loss of eligibility by filling out the OFSAA Transfer Appeal Form, and attaching the necessary additional information as described on the form. The Athletic Director can be of assistance when completing the form, and will forward the information to the KASSAA Transfer Appeal Meeting which occurs at the beginning of each (fall, winter, spring) sports season.

Suspected Concussion?

Following a blow to head, face or neck, or a blow to the body that transmits a force to the head, a student will be monitored for a concussion. In all cases of a suspected concussion, students must be examined by a medical doctor or nurse practitioner for diagnosis and must follow the "Concussion Management Procedures - Return to Learn and Return to Physical Activity" protocol as laid out by the LDSB.

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