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This is where you’ll find announcements about updates from our programs, exciting news from our lakefront partners, new registration dates and class cancellations. 

2021 Summer Program Offerings

Summer is well on it's way, and we want to make sure all of our sailors and their families are up to date!

Out with the Old, In with the New!

More information on our new dock.

2020 Registration Changes

An update on SYSC's response to the global pandemic.

2020 Spring High School Sailing Season Cancelled

SYSC's update on high school sailing in light of school closings.

Supporting Centers for Siebel Sailors Program Announced

SYSC is thrilled to be a part of the new Siebel Sailors Program through US Sailing! Read the press release to learn more about the program. 

2019 Registration is Open!

Registration is open for the 2019 summer classes!

2018 Fall High School Season Wraps Up

It was another great fall season for high school sailing here at SYSC, and our first fall semester as a co-ed Varsity team at Sheboygan North High School. There were 20 members this semester, with sailors hailing from North High School, Urban Middle School and Kohler High School.

Area K US Sailing Junior Championships Qualifier

This week, many of our race team sailors had the opportunity to sail in the Area K US Sailing Junior Championships Qualifier that was hosted on our own Sheboygan Lakefront. We would especially like to congratulate Doug Wake, Noah Bartelt, and Ashley English on qualifying for the Sears Cup finals in North Cape!

Meet Our New Staff

SYSC is excited to announce that we have many new staff members with us this summer! They will be teaching our youth classes and are eager to be working with the sailors this summer. To learn more about them, head to our "Instructors" page, or click here.[/about/instructors/]

July at SYSC

A large group of SYSC sailors and staff showed their pride for America and SYSC in Sheboygan’s 4th of July Parade last Wednesday. We greatly appreciate everyone who volunteered to help decorate the float or walk in the parade and those who donated candy! The staff had a relaxing week off of classes enjoying the beautiful weather, but now it’s back to work.

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