The Junior Prospects Hockey League is pleased to announce it has formed a partnership with the Evergreen Catholic Separate School Division in Spruce Grove, Alberta.
Beginning this fall, student-athletes with the Titans Hockey Union U14 and U15 programs will attend St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School (Grade 8) and St. Peter the Apostle Catholic High School (Grade 9). Both programs will continue training at the Grant Fuhr Arena, home of the Spruce Grove Saints Junior “A” Hockey Club.
Junior Prospects Hockey League Commissioner Richard Nault says, “The JPHL is proud and very excited to continue working within the Spruce Grove community. We will always embrace opportunities for our student-athletes to find academic and athletic success, and without a doubt this partnership will help them achieve those goals.”
The Evergreen Catholic Separate School Division educates in an atmosphere of faith, hope, and love to prepare students to live as compassionate, confident, and contributing citizens. The school division consists of 11 schools in five communities with roughly 4,000 students and 450 staff.
Evergreen Catholic School Division Superintendent Cindy Escott is thrilled about the new partnership and says, “The successful partnership that Evergreen Catholic Schools maintains with the Titans Hockey Union is a win-win for everyone involved. The new designation of the program within Spruce Grove will include St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School and St. Peter the Apostle Catholic High School. We embrace the opportunities for these student-athletes to find academic and athletic success, while promoting community involvement and pride. Evergreen Catholic Schools looks forward to a continued partnership with the Titans Hockey Union for many years to come.”
For more information on Evergreen Catholic School Division visit www.ecsrd.ca.
The Titans Hockey Union U17 and U18 teams will attend Bellerose Composite High School in St. Albert and train out of the newly renovated Morinville AAA Arena.