2017 Regular Season Registration
Please read of the following information before registering your child.
New Catchment Boundaries
West to East boundaries are now Capilano River to Lonsdale Avenue.
South to North Boundaries are now from the water at Burrard Inlet up to Grouse Mountain
Please note: Athletes who played for Highlands Little League (HLL) last year but now live outside the new boundaries will be allowed to play their entire baseball days out at HLL. Athletes who attend a school within the Highlands catchment area are also eligible for play. All new players (anyone who didn't play for HLL in 2016), who reside east of Lonsdale will now be part of Lynn Valley Little League. Exceptions may be made for siblings.
All Fees includes a Sport Council Field User Levy, a Little League District 5 Levy, and Highlands Little League Fees. Financial assistance may be available for those who need it through Sport BC.
A late registration fee of $20 will be charged to players who register on and after February 16, 2017. Registration closes on February 15, 2017.
- Withdrawal before February 20th - full refund minus a $20 administration fee.
- Withdrawal between February 20th and April 1st 50% registration fees refunded.
- Withdrawal after April 1st no refund.
For T-ball/Farm/A Division teams, we will attempt to place friends together (usually school-based teams). Teams at the AA to Majors levels are selected on the basis of player evaluations and are not based on schools or friend requests.
Players registering for AA to Majors will be contacted by email in late February with dates and times for player evaluations. Every child is guaranteed a spot on a team. Evaluations are simply to assure that talent is equally distributed to all teams.
Highlands is 100% volunteer run including board, league organizers and coaches. We require that parents volunteer for one of the positions listed in the drop-down menu on the registration form. If you are not able to fulfill a volunteer position, there is an option on the website to pay an alternative fee of $50. If you have any questions about what the particular volunteer position involves, please don't hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, if you have a particular talent or passion for something that would enhance the overall experience for our players, families and community that is not listed - please be sure to contact email@example.com.
Our regular season will run from the beginning of April to mid June. Schedules to be posted in March or early April. Post season play begins in June and runs through July.
Players are to register for the appropriate division based on their date of birth. All players must play at least one year in their age appropriate division before being considered for play in the next division. From the A Ball division onwards, league wide evaluations will determine whether requests to "play up" will be accepted.
- Baseball Age 4 - 5
- Born Sept 2011 - Aug 2013
- Baseball Age 6
- Born Sept 2010 - Aug 2011
- Baseball Age 7 - 8
- Born Sept 2008 - Aug 2010
- Baseball Age 9 - 10
- Born Sept 2006 - Aug 2008
- Baseball Age 11
- Born May 2005 - Aug 2006
- Baseball Age 12
- Born May 2004 - April 2005
- Baseball Age 13 - 14
- Born May 2002 - April 2004
- Baseball Age 15 - 16
- Born May 2000 - April 2002
- North Shore Challenger Baseball Division, meant to appeal to players aged 5 through 18 with physical or cognitive disabilities living on the North Shore. The Challenger division is offered at no cost to the player/family.
2017 Post Season Registration
Post Season registration will not open until April, 2017. Players will register to Try-Out for age appropriate post-season teams. Additional single age "Select" teams will be formed based on numbers. A 9 Select and 11 Select team can be expected at minimum.
- Born After Aug 2008
9-10 All Stars
- Born After Aug 2006
11-12 All Stars
- Born After April 2004
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About Highlands LL
Highlands Little League represents an incredible opportunity for children to build confidence, strengthen friendships and belong to a growing community of families that care about sport and the joy that children experience when they play on a team to their best of their abilities.