The REBEL Way is a Las Vegas-based non-profit organization committed to the continued success of the REBEL Lacrosse community.
To develop athletic performance & inspire character growth in all of our players.
To provide more opportunities for higher education to the young women of Las Vegas through access to affordable club lacrosse.
As a non-profit, we rely on various kinds of donations from our community to provide an affordable team experience to our players. Click to find out how you can support REBEL Lacrosse.
Learn about the roots of the REBEL Lacrosse in this video about the REBEL Girls programme.
A note from our director
From a young age, lacrosse has been a constant source of support for me. From elementary school fiddle sticks to D1 two-a-days, lacrosse has molded me into the woman I am today. I felt a true sense of belonging and open opportunity to always better my best when I was among my family of coaches and teammates. These values are what I strive to provide to all REBEL players.
I played high school lacrosse in the Las Vegas Valley and know firsthand how difficult it can be to get noticed by college coaches when you play in a non-traditional area. In 2014, I started REBEL Lacrosse to provide young athletes from my hometown with the opportunities that were not available to me during my days as a Las Vegas girls lacrosse player. With a lot of hard work and support from wonderful parents, coaches, players, and everyone in between, we are really turning the tides when it comes to Las Vegas club lacrosse.
We hope to continue to grow healthy, competitive, and affordable club lacrosse in Las Vegas. Eventually, we will extend the opportunity to other non-traditional lacrosse communities wanting to nurture the lacrosse and life skills of the youth in their community.
To all the young female athletes out there: No matter where you find your field, I encourage you to keep playing, keep learning, and keep growing in your own unique way... that's
The REBEL Way.
- Heather Jack, The REBEL Way Director
The REBEL Way is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports the ever-growing Las Vegas lacrosse community.
Our mission is to provide young lacrosse players with a safe environment to develop athletically and cultivate the strength of character needed for life's future challenges. Our organization's goal is to grow lacrosse by utilizing the sport as a platform to encourage higher education and to inspire character growth through Bravery Training, philanthropic work in our community and one-on-one mentoring.
For girls 5-18 years, REBEL is an opportunity to work hard, explore untapped potential, push beyond perceived boundaries, make mistakes, learn, grow, thrive, and have fun while playing lacrosse.
At REBEL, we offer different programs in order to best suit your child's needs:
REBEL Black is our High School travel team. Girls on this team are pushed to the next level of character, skill and LAX IQ development by playing in local and sister-state tournaments. At REBEL, we believe in PLAYING UP to develop, not playing down to win. Our job is to prepare your daughter to be the best lacrosse player she can be at the level SHE chooses. We do that by teaching our girls to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, to challenge themselves daily, and to always hold themselves accountable.
REBEL Elite is our High School Showcase team. This team is 100% geared towards college recruitment. Every player on this team has one goal in mind: To go to College! Most ELITE members do go on to play lacrosse in college, and some choose not to, but they ALL end up pursuing their dreams of higher education after high school. Members on this team train together 9 months out of the year and travel to the top recruiting tournaments in the country. This team offers complete, one-on-one college recruitment mentoring, college-level practices, strength-and-conditioning programming, and BRAVERY and Leadership Training. If you want to be the best, you have to train with the best... and these girls are the best in Southern Nevada.
To date, REBEL has produced more than 30 college commits since September 2014 - most of which were accompanied by academic and athletic scholarships.