High Performance :: FEMALE U16 HPP REGISTRATION
Hockey Nova Scotia formally established a High Performance Program in 1996, after the 1995 Canada Games in Grand Prairie, Alberta. The purpose of the High Performance Program is to identify and prepare young players from Nova Scotia for Hockey Canada National Team opportunities. The program also serves as a pathway for players to participate in the Canada Games (every 4 years), the Atlantic Challenge Cup, and the Team Atlantic Under 18 Program and the Hockey Canada National Under 18 Program.
What is the High Performance Program
The current structure of the High Performance Program at the Female Under 16 Level is:
While development is still the primary objective of the Female Under 16 division, the program does also include the selection of twenty players to represent Nova Scotia in the Female U16 Division as part of the Atlantic Challenge Cup, hosted annually in Moncton, New Brunswick.
For the past ten years, Hockey Nova Scotia’s High Performance Program has grown to include male players aged 13 to16 while the female divisions now include players aged 13 to 17. The Program has become very successful and is highly respected as a vehicle to assist players in advancing to Regional and National High Performance Programs.
The Nova Scotia High Performance Program has provided a unique opportunity to many players who have advanced within Hockey Canada National Programs. Some of the many players who have participated in Nova Scotia’s High Performance Program include:
The High Performance Program, while being focused on preparing and identifying the very best players in our province for future national program opportunities, offers a strong commitment to player development. The program will concentrate on exposing players to high level training programs including a focus on skill development, off-ice training and conditioning, and class sessions on many topics relevant to aspiring hockey players. The program will also provide Hockey Nova Scotia the foundation for those players who will eventually be selected to go on in the High Performance Program to higher divisions.
To this point Hockey Nova Scotia has established a relationship with Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic who provide and deliver an off- ice curriculum at our summer camp which includes:
Eligibility: Players born in 2004 ,2005, 2006
Registration is limited
NOTE: Priority is given to AA players as this is a High Performance Program
Location: BMO CENTRE ,BEDFORD NS
Date: April 19-21/ 2019
All players interested in the Female Under 16 camp must register online by their respective position:
Players must register no later than FRIDAY, MARCH 8. The registration cost for the Spring Camp is $245.00
Players will receive notification of schedule and final camp details for the Spring Camp prior to April 5th2019.
After March 8th, refunds will only be available should a player become injured and be unable to attend at the time of the camp. If a player becomes injured and cannot attend, requests for refunds must be accompanied with a written medical certificate from your family doctor specifying the reasons why the player should not attend. In the case of all refunds, a $50.00 administration fee will be levied. All such requests must be forwarded to Hockey Nova Scotia, attention High Performance Programs, at fax (902) 454-3883.
Upon the completion of the Hockey Nova Scotia High Performance Program Spring Camp evaluations, forty-six (46) players will be selected to attend the Summer Development Camp. Players must attend the Spring Camp to be eligible for the Hockey Development Festival, unless given Special Consideration because of injury.
At the conclusion of the summer camp, Hockey Nova Scotia will select twenty players to represent Nova Scotia at the 2019 Atlantic Challenge Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick.
For further details on the High Performance Program please contact Darren Sutherland, Development Director at (902) 454-9400, by e-mail email@example.com or visit our website at www.hockeynovascotia.ca