Competitive Schedules

1.

Join Email List

Create an online registration account here and sign-up for the “2020 San Antonio Xtreme/Premier Interest List.”

2.

Determine Division

Attend a required Athlete Placement Clinic where Kinetic Kids staff will determine the best division for your athlete.

3.

Watch Email for Registrations

You will receive an email as each sport opens containing division-specific registration codes.

4.

Use Special Codes

Sign in to your online registration account here and use the sport-specific code to register. Partial scholarships available here.

Requirements

  • Becoming a member of a competitive division requires staff approval.
  • Specific division requirements are available below.
  • All athletes must have a current Medical Release form on file and athletes with Down syndrome must also have an Atlantoaxial Instability form on file.
  • Registration quiz is not required for the competitive divisions. Summer competitive programs are open to current SA Premier and SA Xtreme athletes. Please use the registration code shared via email.
  • Program fees vary per program due to differences in duration, competition schedules, uniform costs, etc.  Pricing will be detailed at parent meetings prior to the start of each program.
  • Contact jenna@Kinetickidstx.org with any questions.


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For athletes age 6 and older with both the skill and desire to compete at a higher level, this competitive division is geared for athletes with physical and/or intellectual disabilities that are able to compete without volunteer assistance and meet program-specific criteria. Athlete placement evaluations or identification by program directors are required for participation in SA Premier sports.

 

ARCHERY CLINIC

Athletes will be introduced to the sport, learn range commands, and master target practice!  All equipment necessary will be provided.
Sunday, February 7, 4-6pm
Leading Edge Archery, 117 Industrial Dr, Boerne  78015

 

BASKETBALL • 6 months

Athletes will practice basketball skills such as dribbling, passing, and shooting, and rules of the game to prepare for competitions.
Thursdays starting December 3, 6-7:30pm
Forest Hills Presbyterian Church, 13200 Bandera Rd, Helotes  78023

 

CHEERLEADING 

Participants will learn a routine composed of jumps, tumbling, stunts and dance choreographed to music.

Gold  • 4 months

Sundays starting September 13, 2-3:30pm
Endurance Elite, 15814 University Oak #114 78249

Platinum  • 5 months

Sundays starting September 13, 2:30-4:30pm
Endurance Elite, 15814 University Oak #114 78249

 

CROSSFIT 6 months

Fitness class for athletes 11 years and older who want to increase strength, mobility, and endurance.
Thursdays starting January 7, 7-8pm
CrossFit Mettle, 4903 Golden Quail 78240

 

DANCE • 6 months

Athletes will learn dance technique styles in ballet, tap and a hip-hop/jazz fusion and develop routines for final performances.
Saturdays starting January 9, 8:30-10am
Chrissy’s Dance Academy, 11851 Bandera Rd #107, Helotes  78023

 

GYMNASTICS 9 months

Athletes will practice in all four events: vault, bars, beam and floor.

HUGS

Mondays starting September 7, 5-7pm
Alamo Gymnastics, 16675 Huebner Rd 78247

Intermediate & Advanced Girls

Tuesdays starting September 8, 5-6pm
Alamo Gymnastics, 16675 Huebner Rd 78247

Boys

Tuesdays starting September 8, 6-7pm
Alamo Gymnastics, 16675 Huebner Rd 78247

 

SOCCER 6 months

Athletes will practice soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, and rules of the game to prepare for competitions.
Wednesdays starting November 4, 6-7:30pm
Impact Soccer Club, 7619 Luskey Blvd  78256

 

SWIMMING • 4 months

Athletes will train to further develop swim stroke techniques, as well as speed and endurance.
Sundays starting November 8, 5-6pm
Emler Swim School of Schertz, 6044 FM3009 #285, Schertz  78154

 

For athletes age 6 and older with physical disabilities with both the skill and desire to compete at a higher level. Athletes must be able to retain skill development and follow a strict curriculum to improve their skills and prepare for competitions. Athlete placement evaluations or identification by program directors are required for participation in SA Xtreme Sports.

 

ARCHERY CLINIC

Athletes will be introduced to the sport, learn range commands, and master target practice!  All equipment necessary will be provided.
Sunday, February 7, 2-4pm
Leading Edge Archery, 117 Industrial Dr, Boerne  78015

ARCHERY    

Athletes will learn range commands and the culture of the sport while perfecting their bullseye shot.
More info TBA.
Leading Edge Archery, 117 Industrial Dr, Boerne  78015

 

SWIMMING    4 months

Athletes will train to further develop swim stroke techniques, as well as speed and endurance.
Sundays starting November 8, 4-5pm
Emler Swim School of Schertz, 6044 FM3009 #285, Schertz  78154

 

TENNIS    6 weeks

Encompassing both ambulatory and wheelchair tennis, athletes will learn and practice skills on the court.
Tuesdays starting January 26, 6-7pm
Hollywood Park Courts, 700 El Portal Dr, 78258