Many activities are subject to age classifications at the Zone, SOSSA and OFSAA levels. To represent a school in any championship coordinated by OSFAA, a student must:
- be certified as eligible on the eligibity form signed by the principal of the school
- students will be eligible for no more than five consecutive years from the date of entry into grade 9 for OFSAA sports
- meet the following age requirements for individual sports:
The individual's birth certificate indicates that he/she has not reached his her 17th birthday by August 31st prior to the start of the shcool year in which the competition is held.
The individual's birth certificate indicates that he/she has not reached August 31st prior to the start of the school year in which the competition is held.
And the following requirements for team sports:
Same as for individual sports except the age limit is 16 years of age.
Same as for individual sports.
South Lincoln competes in not only Zone III competition, but also at the SOSSA and OFSAA levels. It is classified as a school which provides the highest level of ccompetition for school in the province with a population of fewer than 500 students.