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Are local sports classes and/or activities available for kids?

Lincoln seems to have a lot of extracurriculars, including music and sports. - Aug 4, 2017
Lincoln has a plethora of after school activities, your child will certainly find something to suit them. Soccer is huge here. - Apr 6, 2017
Yes, ballet, swimming, horseback riding, and piano lessons. - Aug 11, 2016
The schools offer sports but they don't get competitive until high school. - May 4, 2014
Yes, and for adults too. Easy to find adult softball, volleyball, floor hockey, dodgeball, horseback riding, and soccer leagues - Apr 24, 2012
No - Aug 9, 2011
Pretty much anything you want your kid to learn (tae kwon do, ballet, etc.) can be done at your house in a private lesson - for cheap. We have the 5-time Ghanaian TKD Bantamweight champion coming to teach our son private lessons every week and it's only GHC 10 (about $6).Keep in mind, however, that you may have to go through a couple of teachers to find what you want. During the summer, however, it is miserable. GIS and LCS have had summer programs, but they tend to be loosely run and expensive. We never got our son's ceramics project from LCS daycamp last year, because he was sick and when our driver left to go pick it up, the program administrator asked him for a dash. GSIS has a soccer training camp for kids on Saturdays during the school year. Swimming is year round and the embassy has a pool. Other expats go to LaPalm, Alisa or other hotels and pay about GHC 7 to swim. Swimming lessons are available from Albatross Swim School, which is red cross standard and run by Kwame Kpodoh, the LCS swim coach and lifeguard. - Feb 24, 2010
Yes - Feb 5, 2010
Yes, at school, in the embassy sometimes. - May 24, 2009