Athletic Participation

Athletic Participation

Long Trail bases the success of our athletic program not on wins but on the quality of the athlete’s experience. To help ensure the greatest possible experience, Long Trail strives to provide the best possible coaching, facilities and equipment as well as to schedule competitions against optimally challenging opponents. Athletes also share responsibility in creating a positive experience by supplying commitment, enthusiasm and dedication. This means attending, with a positive attitude, ALL possible practices, games and team events. This is especially true of varsity level student-athletes. If a student-athlete knows s/he will miss a team function, s/he must let the coach or Athletic Director know ahead of time.

As a member of the Vermont Principals’ Association, we adhere to their guidelines regarding athletic programs. To be eligible to participate in our athletic program, athletes need to make sure they have submitted a completed Physical Exam Form and Athletic Participation From.


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Mountain Lions


• Fall: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Cross Country, Golf
• Winter: Varsity Basketball, Rock Climbing (2022), Dance (2022)
• Spring: JV Softball, Ultimate Frisbee, Varsity Track & Field

• Fall: Soccer, Cross Country, Golf
• Winter: Basketball, Rock Climbing (2022), Dance (2022)
• Spring: Ultimate Frisbee, Track & Field, Baseball, Softball

Competition Schedule

Long Trail School’s athletic schedules and directions can be found online:
• Each sport has its own webpage with practice information, rosters, equipment list and a link to the game schedule.


In August, there is a mandatory athletics information night for all fall athletes and at least one parent.  Pre-season practices begin mid-August for varsity sports.

Regular practices for upper and middle school fall and spring sports typically run every day, Monday through Friday, that school is in session. Winter practices are posted in November.

2021-22 Student-Athlete COVID testing policy

Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated student-athletes are required to test weekly. LTS offers free testing each Wednesday.  CLICK HERE for more information.

2021-22 Spectator Policy

  • Long Trail School requires all spectators to show proof of full vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test when attending events. If you wish, you may confirm your vaccination status ahead of time by completing the VACCINATION STATUS FORM.  Your name will be put on a list so you do not need to show proof each time you are on campus.
  • The only accepted test is a PCR test administered within 72 hours of the event by a healthcare professional. The test results must include the provider’s name and the date and time of the test. You need to present your vaccination card (the physical card or a photo) or proof of a negative test (within 72 hours) as you enter.
  • If you have tested positive for Covid-19 within the past ninety days, please contact Stephenie Frawley. If you submit your dated positive PCR test results from a healthcare professional, you may be eligible to obtain a temporary admittance pass. LTS also requires that all attendees wear a mask while inside the school buildings.
  • Children under 5 years old will be allowed to enter and need to wear a mask while inside.

Guidance regarding COVID-19 policies and procedures is subject to change.

For further information, please contact Stephenie Frawley at SFRAWLEY@LONGTRAILSCHOOL.ORG

See the Student and Parent Handbook for Athletic Policies.

For more information, please contact:
Mike Olson
Athletic Director, Head Boys' Basketball Coach
(802) 867-5717 x110