FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Lady Vipers Lacrosse High School athletes play both Fall & Spring seasons unless involved in Fall VHS UIL Sports, Band or Cheer. Fall practice begins September, 4:10-6:00, FPMS (Four Points Middle School) upper field.
- High School: September
- Youth: February
- High School: February through May
- Youth: February through May
- High School practice on the FPMS upper field in the Fall and lower field in the Spring.
- Youth practice on the FPMS lower field.
- Locations and times are subject to change and assigned by LISD .
- High School: September
- Youth: February
Youth has an optional Fall Skills and Drills practice which takes place in October.
Yes, please print off and complete the application on the LISD website LINK.
Parents: You must complete the OCPE Application and turn it into your player's respective counselor before school starts. Players-at the end of every 6-week grading period it is your responsibility to complete the LISD Agency Commitment Form (p. 2) and take it to Mrs. Greenstreet (our school sponsor) for signature. PLEASE complete the form and fill in all of Mrs. Greenstreet's contact info prior to her signing off on it. She will have several of these to sign and we want to minimize impacting her time. You will then need to turn the signed form into your respective counselor. Where it asks for the Instructor's Name on the Application, please fill in Jen Greenstreet and her contact info. Her email is email@example.com. On the Agency Commitment Form, please fill in as follows:
- OCPE Agency site name: Lady Vipers Lacrosse
- Address: Vandegrift HS
- OCPE Agency Coordinator: Jen Greenstreet
- Phone: 512-570-2300, x42410
- Mark Category 2
- # of Hrs involved each week: 5 (in the Fall list Tues-2.5 hrs, Thurs-2.5 hrs)
Varsity and JV Coaches will monitor weekly lacrosse hours and will inform Mrs. Greenstreet if you have met the minimum 5 hrs/week. Note, it is your responsibility to list your approximate weekly hours on the form, get the appropriate signature and turn the form into your counselor. Please let Coaches know at the first fall practice if you are plan to participate in OCPE so they can monitor your activity. If you have any additional questions, please contact your counselor or Ray Langlois at LISD, firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-570-0383.
No. A Player must be registered before attending high school practice.
ALL paperwork must be submitted at the Fall Registration Meeting at River Place Country Club in September.
- High School Registration opens late August (before the September Registration Meeting).
- The Registration Meeting is early September at River Place Country Club.
- Youth Registration opens December 1st.
- The Registration Meeting is late November at River Place Country Club.
Contact email@example.com for questions.
High School Registration Fee is $1500 which includes both Fall and Spring. New players also have a refundable $220 Uniform Deposit Fee.
Youth Registration Fee is $450.
US Lacrosse is the governing body for lacrosse in the United States.
The Texas Girls High School Lacrosse League (TGHSLL) requires high school players membership.
Viper Lacrosse Club policy is that all players join. US Lacrosse membership provides Player insurance while involved in lacrosse activities. Fee $35 High School / $30 Youth. Membership MUST be active through the end of May.
The Club does not receive support from Vandegrift High School or LISD because Lacrosse is not a UIL sanctioned sport. Player Registration Fees cover coaches, field rental, game uniforms, league dues, referees, team equipment, tournament fees and other expenses.
High School players must live in the Vandegrift High School attendance zone and attend VHS.
Youth attendance rules differ from the high school policy.
Yes. The Club follows UIL guidelines regarding No Pass/No Play for all high school players. The Club High School Grade Policy.
Every Player must abide by our Athlete's Code of Conduct (CoC).
The Club CoC addresses behavior both on and off the playing field, use of alcohol and other controlled substances for High School players. Penalties for violating the CoC will be addressed by the Club Coaches, Club Board of Directors and Parents.
Goggles, mouth piece, cleats, and a lacrosse stick. Goalie equipment with the exception of mouth piece and cleats is provided by the club.