HOCKEY PROGRAM ADVANTAGE
Grade 9 and 10 students have the opportunity to hit the ice an average of twice weekly in this skills development course. Students will engage in the locally developed Hockey 10 and Hockey Canada Skills Development curriculum which allows every student to develop and improve skating, passing, puck handling and shooting skills. On days that the students are not on the ice they are scheduled into their physical education classes.
Students participate in two one-hour ice sessions per week throughout the school year at nearby Lions Arena with the on-ice portion of the course running from September to the end of April. Dave Adolph, long-time head coach of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies men's hockey team is the on-ice instructor. The Hockey Program is geared to students of all athletic abilities. Grade 10 students who are successful in completing the course will receive a Hockey 10 credit.
The Hockey Program is open to male and female students in Grades 9 and 10. The program is open to students of all skill levels; beginning players and the elite come to the program to develop or hone their skills with top-notch instruction.
For more information, download a copy of Hockey program brochure or contact Walter Murray Collegiate at 683-7850.