We currently offer two sports opportunities for students at Lewis and Clark Montessori Charter School.  Ultimate Frisbee occurs in the fall and spring and includes developmental and compettive divisions for both elementary and middle school students.  Additionally, in the fall, 4th through 8th grade students may participate on the school’s cross country team.  Please see below for more current information and registration instructions.

Spring Ultimate Frisbee

Ultimate is a fast paced team game played with a disc (frisbee).  It is a co-ed, non-contact sport that is similar to soccer.  Ultimate players manage and referee their own games based on a key pillar of the sport: the Spirit of the Game. In the past, our teams have competed in both the fall and spring leagues and in all day tournaments.  In the spiring of 2019 our middle school team won the Spirit Award at the end of the season tournament.

Elementary Team:
This is a co-ed 4v4 league. The league is open to elementary school-based teams (grades 3-5),

Middle School Team:
This is a co-ed 5v5 league, 3:2 gender ratio. The league is open to middle school-based teams (grades 6-8).

Team Practices @ LCMCS

  • Once a week on Tuesdays from 3:35-5 @ LCMCS
  • Starting on March 17th (if we have enough players)
  • Coach:  Peter Jensen

Cost (including league play)

  • Middle school: $125 +$10 for PU jersey (if you don’t already have one)
  • Elementary: $115 + $10 for PU jersey (if you don’t already have one)

League Play: The spring Portland Ultimate season runs from 4/5-5/31.

Elementary League: Sundays 9-11am @ Lents Park
This is a co-ed 4v4 league. The league is open to elementary school-based teams (grades 3-5), Teams can expect to play 8 regular season games, and 2 playoff games.

  • April 5 – May 17 – Youth League Regular Season (6 Sundays)
  • May 10 – Mother’s Day Games 🙂
  • May 24 – Youth League Playoffs
  • May 31 – Youth League Finals!  

Middle School League: Sundays 11-2pm @ Lents Park
This is an co-ed 5v5 league, 3:2 gender ratio. The league is open to middle school-based teams (grades 6-8).
There will be two divisions: competitive and developmental. Teams in both divisions can expect 12 regular season games, and 3 playoff games.

  • April 5 – May 17 – Youth League Regular Season (6 Sundays)
  • May 10 – Mother’s Day Games 🙂
  • May 24 – Youth League Playoffs
  • May 31 – Youth League Finals!
  • June 7 – Portland Middle School Championships – All Day Tournament  

TO REGISTER:
Click here to register your student and pay the participation feePlease register by Friday, March 13th as we are forming teams and starting practices. For questions, please email coach Peter Jensen at pjensen@lcmcs.org.