The hockey and prep playgrounds go together like rock and puck, especially in our neighbors in the north, Canada. If your child is serious about playing professional hockey one day, then you need to consider a prep school.
Most schools prepare to integrate their athletic programs into the schedule of daily activities. The facilities are usually excellent. So is training. The result is plenty of practice and game time for this sport.
BCS has been around since 1836. It is located south of the world’s hockey capital, Montreal. Boys or girls will all be trained and lots of ice time. Plus the solid academics and incredible skiing are available for minutes in eastern towns, and you’ll understand why BCS needs to be on your short list of schools for consideration.
A hockey school set in the Canadian Rockies? Is there any better than this? Of course it does! Banff is not as easy as Toronto or Ottawa. Leaving that aside, BHA offers a powerful program that will develop your hockey skills.
Check out Harrington College’s stunning countryside setting. Harrington gives your son an extremely focused and intense approach to playing hockey. He will live, breathe, drink and eat sports. If that’s too much for him, then you might want to consider looking at other schools with less stressful programs.
The Rothesay Netherwood School dates from 1877 onwards from 1877. This school offers solid academics evidenced by the fact that IB World from 1968. In addition, the school has a good athletic program that includes some serious hockey. RNS located in Maritimes is easily accessible by both car and air from the northeastern US states.
Saint Andrew’s College offers a complete athletics program for you. So if you are thinking about long term hockey, but also love squash and basketball, this school should be on your short list. The right GTA position keeps SAC close to all of Toronto’s vast cultural and sporting activities.