NSA UPDATES & EVENTS
NSA Information Meetings at:
Central Memorial High School
January 20th or February 10th (7pm)
Senator Patrick Burns School
January 8th or January 29th (7pm)
RT Alderman School
January 7th or January 16th (7pm)
National Sport Academy
1729 12th St. SW
Calgary, AB T2T 3N1
Fall/Winter Hours Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Open over the lunch hour and closed on statutory holidays
In the past 10 years, over 40% of National Sport Academy student athletes have received academic and athletic scholarships to the following post-secondary institutions: Boston College, Boston University, Bowdoin College, Brown University, Colgate University, College of the Holy Cross, Concordia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Lake Forest College, Middlebury College, Minnesota State University at Mankato, Mount Royal College, Princeton University, Queens University, Red Deer College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. (RPI), Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Royal Military College, St. Mary's University, St. Michael's College, SAIT, Southern New Hampshire University, Trinity University, University of Alaska - Fairbanks, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Denver, University of Lethbridge, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota at Duluth, University of Maine, University of Miami, University of New Hampshire, University of Notre Dame, University of St. Michaels, University of Saskatchewan, University of Toronto. University of Western Ontario, Wilfrid Laurier University.
Canadian Representative - World Youth Leadership Conference
2003 NHL Draft - Anaheim Mighty Ducks
2004 NHL Draft - Pittsburgh Penguins
Players signed to an NHL contract
Players in the Western Hockey League with: Kootenay Ice, Medicine Hat Tigers, Prince George Cougars, Calgary Hitmen, Moose Jaw Warriors, Lethbridge Hurricanes, Seattle Thunderbirds Kelowna Rockets, Spokane Chiefs.
Players in Junior A working on scholarships: Calgary Royals, Calgary Canucks, Olds Grizzlies, Canmore Eagles, Drumheller Dragons, Fort Saskatchewan Traders, Okotoks Oilers, Camrose Kodiaks, Spruce Grove Saints, Lloydminster Blazers, Yorkton Terriers, Kindersely Klippers, Ft. McMurray Oil Barons, Nanaimo Klippers, Prince George Spruce Kings, Chilliwack Chiefs, Penticton Panthers, Flin Flon Bombers, Trail Smoke Eaters, Drayton Valley Thunder, Fernie Ghost Riders, Langley Hornets. Nepean Raiders, Grand Prairie Wolves, Canmore Eagles.
Players in the National Women's Professional Hockey League.
Players playing Professional Hockey in Europe.
Players winning the Air Canada Cup National Midget AAA Championship.
Players winning the Royal Bank Cup National Junior A Championship.
Players winning the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Hockey Championship.
Over 100 Captains and Assistant Captains of AA, AAA and Junior Teams across Western Canada.
Numerous players selected as Top Prospects or All-Stars in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and British Columbia Junior Hockey Leagues.
Numerous scholarships and leadership awards within the Minor Hockey Association of Calgary Quadrants (AA - AAA) each year.
Numerous Under 16, Under 17, and Under 18 male and female players selected to the Hockey Alberta High Performance Programs.
Numerous Western Hockey League draft picks.
High School Valedictorians and numerous High School Academic award winners at Central Memorial High School.
Nationally ranked athletes in other sports, including multi-sport athletes who have received Athletic Scholarships.