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Welcome to athletics at Toronto Prep School

Director's Welcome

At TPS, we consider athletics an integral part of the educational experience. Athletic participation offers unique learning opportunities that complement the cognitive, social and emotional growth that students experience in other areas of school life. We view the competition of athletics as a healthy educational and physiological activity because it challenges participants to excel, to discover their physical limits and to work cooperatively with team members. 

 

Our coaches and staff are committed to developing a well-rounded student-athlete, and providing an inclusive and safe environment. Each of the coaches have made a commitment to Toronto Prep Athletics to teach our athletes the skills and strategies of the game, good sportsmanship and the meaning of commitment, responsibility and hard work.

 

The Toronto Prep Athletic Department expects that our athletes will make their own commitment to Toronto Prep Athletics by working to develop their own talents to the maximum degree, to represent Toronto Prep Athletics in a positive and competitive way and to show by example a positive attitude, sportsmanship and fair play.

 

The school is a member of two interscholastic sport organizations, the Small Schools Athletic Association (SSAF) and the Toronto District Catholic Athletic Association (TDCAA). The affiliation with the TDCAA allows student-athletes and teams to qualify for Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) Championships. Since its founding in 2009, Toronto Prep has won 43 SSAF Championship Banners, 5 TDCAA Championships and numerous medals in individual SSAF and TDCAA competitions.

 

We look forward to your involvement with Toronto Prep Athletics and to working with you during the 2021-2022 school year. Go Spartans!

 

Sincerely,

 

James Pepin & Stephen Collins 

Co-Athletic Directors

Toronto Prep School

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"Athletic participation offers unique learning opportunities that complement the cognitive, social and emotional growth that students experience in other areas of school life."

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