Options and Academies
Hockey Canada Skills Academy is a program that focuses on individual skill development or any age or skill level. The program’s mandate is to provide additional training for hockey/ringette, male/female, beginners/advance, recreational or competitive players. The program will focus on both on-ice and off-ice development.
Hockey Academy starts on October 8 & 9. Students have been split into three groups. Grade 1 & 2 will be on the ice Tuesday afternoon from 12:45—1:45 and Grade 3 & 4 will be on the ice Tuesday afternoon from 1:45—2:45. Grade 5 & up will be on the ice Wednesday afternoon from 1:15—2:30 p.m. There are a few exceptions to these times but those parents have been notified directly of their skate time. If there are parents who are willing to tie skates on Tuesday for the younger grades, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as she would appreciate the assistance. Equipment drop-off is between 8 and 8:30 a.m. at the arena.
This is a partnership between Bentley School and the Gull Lake Golf Course. Students receive golf lessons from a Pro-Am instructor on a weekly basis throughout the spring and fall months. The golf academy fee also allows students to have access to the golf course throughout the summer.
Our Athletic Academy focuses on school sports: X-country running, curling, volleyball, basketball, handball, badminton, track & field, golf, etc. Personal and team sport development will be emphasized. A fitness facility was developed to complement this course. We also offer excellent opportunities to showcase our students’ talents.
Our junior and senior high students have a wide variety of options to enhance their learning experience and further their skills while attending Bentley School. Some options include; foods, film studies, travel club, robotics, forensic science, school newspaper, guitar, astronomy, woods & metal fabrication, law, psychology, sociology, business, fitness, leadership, yearbook, outdoor rec ed, horticulture, rig internship, work experience and green certificate.
Our students have access to up-to-date digital technology with a complete computer lab in the elementary school and eight portable chrome book carts. We have interactive whiteboards in every classroom, as well as access to digital cameras and video cameras. Development of Wolf Creek's Student/Staff Device Zone allows our students to use a wide variety of personal digital devices to access the internet and create evidence of their learning.