Welcome to our new Harrison High School Lacrosse website. Please bear with us as we continue to update the website and build the content. We are excited about the new website and it's ability to provide you information about our program. The site will not only become a communications tool for our community, but will serve as our payment center for all fees concerning the program. Stay tuned for more updates.
Thank you again for your patience and please bookmark the site in your records.
Booster Club Board
Good Morning Harrison High School Lacrosse Families.
Normal Fall practice schedules resume this week.
Boys Fall Registration is now closed. If you need to register your son for the Fall Program, please contact me directly. My email is email@example.com and my cell phone is 678-618-7158.
Thank you for supporting Hoya Lacrosse.
Just wanted to follow up on the Athletic Director's comments at the Booster Club Meeting last month. Please remember to complete your players 2017-2018 Registration for Cobb County Schools through ParentVUE. Each player is required to have on file a physical and complete the Code of Conduct review. You can find this registration online through the ParentVUE portal under Athletic Registration along the left handside of the main menu. You will need to complete the registration and upload to the site the Physical Forms and complete the Code of Conduct review. The Harrison Athletic Department will be monitoring these registrations and anyone without a valid physical will not be allowed to participate until it is updated.
A link to the ParentVUE site is provided below.
Please take a moment to complete this registration process. If your child needs to have a new physical, the registration will show in process until completed. FYI, Walgreens at Brookstone will provide the physicals for $38.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
Established in 2001, the Harrison High School Lacrosse program now has over 160 men and women players, ranging from middle school through High School. Additionally, more than 200 younger players are competing in Hoya Youth Lacrosse Association “feeder” programs, laying the foundation for a continued strong and growing program so the future will be Hoya "Rock Solid"
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