The PEAC Hockey Program is without a doubt the best hockey program in North America. We have graduated more athletes on to the OHL and NHL per capita than any other program worldwide. PEAC attendee, Connor McDavid was the first overall entry draft pick in 2012 and other PEAC talent, Travis Konecny was the OHL’s first overall draft pick last year. The success rate of PEAC’s Hockey Program demonstrates the way in which athletes are provided with the opportunity to vastlyimprove their hockey skills while being given the opportunity to compete as an elite team.
PEAC Soccer is operated by Dutch Connections FC (www.DutchConnectionsFC.com).
This program is designed to create a seamless pathway from the Regional Team and Provincial Team to the Youth and Junior National Team level. The mid-term goals are to prepare for NCAA/CIS scholarships as well as participation at professional senior beach volleyball tournaments (e.g. FIVB World Tour) or professional indoor volleyball clubs at the National League level. The content of the program as well as the volume will meet international standards. The low coach-athlete ratio will allow for talent transfers or late entries to catch up.
Football in Canada is traditionally learned at the high school and club levels where seasons are defined to a few months a year. At PEAC every season is football season. Every day during the school year, from September through to June, program participants will spend 90 minutes at practice with elite caliber coaches and 90 minutes in football specific training with PEAC’s high level athletic trainers. The result is an athlete who spends more than ten times the amount of time on the sport than other traditional football gateways. There is no substitute for PEAC Football.
PEAC Golf is headed by PGA Professional David Fritz. Under David’s instruction, our students will receive top-notch training that will take their golf game to the next level.
The main goal of the Flex program at PEAC is athlete development through structured dry land training. The program is developed to help create a well-rounded view of training by analyzing the athletes particular sport and identify areas that are crucial to success and then creating a program to work on those areas. It allows students an opportunity to target areas of weakness with one-on-one instruction to learn technique and new exercises and movements to further develop an athlete’s capabilities, whether it is working on speed development, increasing muscle mass, increasing core strength and stability or increasing conditioning levels, developing strength and power – all which are crucial to success on the ice or field. One of the most important goals of the Flex program is to develop a knowledge base for training and a maturity to develop skills, motivate you and continue to succeed as elite athletes.