Carihi Secondary School will be running a Hockey Canada Skills Academy for the upcoming school year. Students from all schools in grades 9 through 12 are eligible to apply to the program and it will be scheduled into their timetable as a first block PE course during Semester One (September-January).
We are excited to be offering this opportunity to students in Campbell River. The Academy is for players of all abilities who love hockey and who want to improve their individual core hockey skills while also developing off-ice training habits to take their game to the next level. Features of this program include: curriculum developed by Hockey Canada certified coaches, power skating instruction
video feedback and evaluation. There will usually be 3 on-ice sessions and 2 off-ice training sessions per week and students in Grades 10-12 earn credits toward graduation.
The class will run with a maximum of 30 students. Spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis with program administration having right of refusal. All classes are run under the leadership and supervision of School District personnel who bring in expert instructors to enhance on-ice and off-ice sessions.
Head Coach - Jason Kerluck
If you love hockey and want to improve your skills, the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at Carihi may be the program for you. The Academy is open to players of all grades, gender and ability and is also available for Timberline students. Participants in the Academy will get school Physical Education credits.
The program will be led by Hockey Canada certified instructors with the focus on skills development and hockey related off ice training. The only requirements are that players must have played hockey (at any level) in the past and that they must supply their own equipment. Note that there will be a fee (actual cost still to be determined) to cover the costs of the program.
For further information, feel free to contact Head Coach Jason Kerluck at Carihi (250 286 6282) or email@example.com