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Community Recreation Registration

PLEASE CLICK ON THE DIRECT LINK BELOW TO REGISTER FOR ANY OF THE CURRENT COMMUNITY RECREATION PROGRAMS & AQUATICS CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Winter Sports Registration

Please go to the following link to register your son/daughter for winter sports. If you have not yet created an account in rec 1 , that will be your first step.  The account holder is the parent.  You add parent info first and then add your child as an account member. https://secure.rec1.com/MI/grand-ledge-community-recreation/catalog If you should have

Competitive Cheer Tryouts Scheduled Begin Nov. 6th; Parent Meeting Nov. 1st

A mandatory Parent and Athlete meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1st in the Sawdon Gym for those planning to tryout for the Grand Ledge JV and Varsity Competitive Cheer teams. Parents are required to attend this meeting or schedule a meeting with coaches before team placement on November 7. Tryouts for

551 Grand Ledge Youth Football Players and Cheerleaders Honored

Prior to kickoff of the Grand Ledge vs. Jackson Homecoming game last Friday the Comets honored 551 Youth Football Players and the youth cheer teams at the stadium. Grand Ledge Area Youth Football has a rich tradition of developing football players in our community – a tradition that dates back to 1962 when Roger Love,

Sports Physical Day Set for July 26th, 2017

Date: Wednesday, July 26th. Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m Location: H.S. Main Gym – Enter Pool Steps and proceed downstairs Important: Parent must be present Cost: $25.00 Cash Attention all students who plan to participate in Grand Ledge High School or Hayes Middle School Sports next school year. Get your sports physical done and out of

High School Sideline Cheer Tryouts June 5th, 6th & 7th

Tryouts for the 2017 Grand Ledge Varsity and Junior Varsity Sideline Cheer teams are scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week at the Sawdon Gymnasium. All tryout sessions will start at 6:00 p.m. and continue until 8:15 p.m. Students should plan to attend all three tryout sessions. Also on Monday at 8:15 will be

Eat at Buffalo Wild Wings on Sunday and Support the GL Community Stadium Project

The Delta Township Buffalo Wild Wings has joined the community effort to put a new safe and consistent surface in the Grand Ledge Stadium, donating 20 percent of all sales from customers this Sunday, February 26th. To generate the 20 percent donation, customers must present this certificate to their server at the time of their order. Please

Back to Back CAAC Cheer Champs!

The Varsity Competitive Cheer Team has accomplished another milestone by becoming Back to Back CAAC League Champions! Last night the Comets knew they had to put together 3 strong rounds. After the first round, they trailed by .2 to the home team, Owosso. But they came back strong and took the lead back at the

Record Setting Day for Comet Cheer at Mason Invitational

The Grand Ledge Varsity Competitive Cheer Team continues to dominate on the floor. They competed Saturday at the Mason invitational against 32 area teams, including state qualifying teams and the defending Division 4 State Champion, Breckenridge, and Runners up Michigan Center. The Comets took the early lead after Round 1, broke the school record in

Comet Cheer Captures Grand Ledge Invitational Championship

The Varsity Competitive Cheer Team continues to impress in the 2016-17 season. The Comets have won their last two competitions outright. This past weekend Grand Ledge High School hosted a 28 Team Invitational. During the afternoon Varsity competition, the Comets took on 10 of the best teams in the area. T’he Comets came out strong and broke the

Comet Competitive Cheer Opens Season with First Place Finish

The Grand Ledge Varsity Competitive Cheer took the floor by storm on Saturday December 10 at the annual Competitive Cheer Coaches Association of Michigan (CCCAM) Scholarship Meet.  The Comets took the lead after the first round of competition by scoring 222.2 in Round 1 and never lost the lead.   The total score of 708.04 is another record for the

MIAAA Scholarship Opportunity

The Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association is offering six $1,000 scholarships this year to graduating senior student-athletes.  The deadline for submitting applications is January 15th. Student-athletes must meet the following criteria to be nominated: o    A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 on a 4.0 scale o    One Letter of Support from a school staff member o    Must have earned a Varsity