Back to school means back to fall athletic classes, and registration has already started for most fall programs in the Halifax area. This ultimate guide to fall athletic programs for kids in Halifax provides you with a guide to the best programs and clubs in Halifax for Tennis, Soccer, Basketball, Gymnastics and Swimming.
Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre
Daniel Nestor Tennis Centre in Bedford teaches the “Progressive Tennis” system of modified courts and coloured balls designed by Tennis Canada. Check their website for back to school programs this fall.
Head Start Tennis
Based out of Northcliffe Tennis Club, Head Start Tennis offers two streams: recreational and competitive. The fall session offers lessons are twice weekly at the Northcliffe Tennis Centre.
Halifax Dunbrack Soccer Club might be right for your family if you live around the Clayton Park or Fairview area. Check their website too see which division best suits your child.
Halifax City Soccer
The Halifax City Soccer Club was established in 2006 as the result of the merger between Halifax City Wanderers & Halifax Celtic Soccer Clubs. There are no tryouts for the foundation level.
Halifax Recreation Soccer
Halifax Rec offers recreational soccer for all ages, including some classes for parents and tots. Check the Fall and Winter Catalogue (click below) for classes in your area. Register through RecConnect.
Yang’s Martial Arts
Yang’s Martial Arts is our editor’s pick for the best Tae Kwon Do class for kids. Self discipline, fitness and self-defence = confidence! Yang’s is located on the corner of Quinpool and Robie. Contact Yang’s for a free trial.
Metro Basketball Association
The Metro Basketball Association is comprised of 23 teams in the Halifax Regional Municipality, including the Community YMCA Panthers, The West End Steelers and the Halifax Hurricanes. Check the MBA club contacts for the team closest to your home.
The Halifax Alta Gymnastics Club is proud of its elite students, such as Olympic Champion, Ellie Black. Alta offers both recreational and competitive streams.
The Titans are Nova Scotia’s largest recreational gymnastics program, offering classes from pre-school to adult. Classes include gymnastics, trampoline, and tumbling at the recreational level.
TAISO Gymnastics Training Centre based in Sackville, is a non-profit amateur sports organization run by a volunteer board of directors. Their philosophy is that gymnastics is for everyone, recreational or competitive.
The Halifax Trojans Aquatic Club is the oldest aquatic club in Atlantic Canada, with practice sessions at Dalplex, Centennial Pool and the Canada Games Centre.
The Dartmouth Crusaders have been long-time rivals of the Trojans, offering experienced and new swimmers the skills and training to reach their goals. Tryouts are usually in early September.
The Halifax Wavecutters Aquatic Club offers competitive swimming, water polo, and stroke improvement classes.
Stay active and have fun!
Although we do our best to provide you with accurate information, all event details are subject to change. Please contact the facility to avoid disappointment.