Private Sessions can be booked on the members portal calendar. When you reserve your session the calendar will show a fee of $0, this is because the portal will not bill you.
Privates are not free. Please communicate with the coach you are booking with for their rate. All fees for private lessons will be paid directly to the coach via the payment method arranged by them with you.
If you need dates not listed (week nights and/or other weekend times) please contact the coach(es) you wish to work with. They may be avail at request but not booking online.
9-4 All Organized Athletic Contests are Considered a “Contest”
Participation of students in an organized athletic Contest during the Contest Season with or against players not attending their School constitutes a game. An unauthorized organized scrimmage or practice during the Contest Season by student athletes with or against teams or players not belonging to their school is considered a game. It is not considered a game when players are from a junior high school and its parent school.
Sunday Participation –
Q. 9-11 May Schools hold or sanction Sunday Practices or interschool Contests?
A. No, neither a member School nor its students may participate in Contests, Practices or Clinics on Sunday. (rule 9-13)
Q. 9-12 May a member of a Member School Coaching Staff in a sport give lessons on Sunday, during the authorized Practice Season or Contest Season, to a student who is on a team in that sport?
A. No, a member of a Member School Coaching Staff may not give lessons to any member of the team on Sunday. For example, a tennis coach on the high school coaching staff, who also provides individual or group tennis lessons at the local tennis facility, may not give lessons on Sunday to any member of the tennis team during the authorized Practice Season or Contest Season. (rule 9-13)
Q. 9-13 May a member of a Member School Coaching Staff have contact with a team member on Sunday, during the authorized Practice Season or Contest Season?
A. Yes, students and coaches may have contact on Sunday, BUT the contact may in no way relate to coaching activities or related to athletic participation. (rule 9-13)
Q. 9-14 May a member of a high school team in an Individual Sport, during the authorized Practice Season or Contest Season, participate in a School Practice on Sunday?
A. No, it is a violation of the Sunday rule for a student athlete to participate in a School Practice during the authorized Practice Season or Contest Season on Sunday. A Practice attended by a member of a Member School Coaching Staff is prohibited. For example, if several swimmers on a School team, who also belonged to a Non-School club, decided to swim on Sunday at a club practice to prepare for the upcoming Tournament Series swim meet, this practice would not violate the Sunday rule, provided no member of the Member School Coaching Staff called or even encouraged this practice, and of course, no member of the Member School Coaching Staff may be present during this practice. (rule 9-13)