High School Varsity Bowling
Holiday Lanes is home to Bossier and Caddo Parish High School Varsity Bowling. The competitive bowling season begins in mid-January with a jamboree and goes through Spring Break. Meets are held twice a week. The competition is great, so come out and support your team. Come out and support your team! Admission is free.
Bowling is a LHSAA commissioned high school sport and opens opportunities for students to participate in individual and team competition, as well as provide scholarships for college. Local high schools with varsity bowling teams are Airline, Loyola, Parkway, Benton, Bossier, Haughton, C.E. Byrd, and Minden. High School bowlers do earn letterman jackets in the sport. Each member of these bowling teams represent not only their schools, but the Shreveport-Bossier Community. Any high school interested in starting a Varsity Bowling Team please contact our Regional High School Director, Cheryl Reine, 318-746-7331 ext. 202 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Student Learns to Bowl in PE
Holiday Lanes is committed to every Louisiana student learning how to bowl in PE class. In-school bowling (Bowlers Ed) is a program designed specifically for P.E. teachers with a multi-disiplinary curriculum, free for schools to teach bowling in their school gyms.
In-school bowling encourages a love of fitness and helps reinforce skills such as:
- Computer skills
- Health and nutrition
- Language arts
- Physical education
- Reading comp
- Problem solving
- Social studies