VICTUS ACADEMY – THE SEPARATING FACTOR, News (Waterloo Ravens Girls Minor Hockey Association )

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Submitted By Shad on Thursday, November 15, 2018
The key to each player’s success in the highly competitive, skilled and fast-paced world of hockey is separating him or her from the many other talented players out there.  Whether you are competing for a position on a team, competing for ice time when you make the team, or competing against the top players from other teams, you must have an edge and separate yourself from them.  Natural talent alone will not provide you with the separating factor;  our training will.  This principle applies as much, if not more in the academic setting, in which there there is incredible competition among students competing for positions in universities and colleges.


:  FRI. NOV 16, 2018 – 8:00 AM – 1:30 PM




General Information and Academic Program: 

grades 5-12; co-ed;  small class sizes (limited to 15) in a private school setting;  all at Sportsworld

all teachers are OCT Certified and have excellent qualifications and teaching experience

homework club:  3:15 to 4:00 pm – Monday to Thursday (This gives students the opportunity to complete their homework and/or get extra help with a particular subject which accommodates their busy hockey schedules and leaving their evenings worry free)

SAT prep available

affordable tuition and scholarships and financial assistance available;  please do not let financial

   considerations alone affect your decision


Hockey Program:

●The on-ice program is run by Mike Ellis/Hockey Detail.  Mike is the development consultant for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Marlies, and works daily with some of the top players in the world.

   His entire program, staff, attention to detail, use of video and technology and commitment to communication with players and parents provides a leading edge skills training platform. 

   On-ice one hour per day, 4 days a week, from September to the end of June, approximately 160 on-ice training sessions.  All conducted during the school day so you can still play on your regular rep team.

   Paul Gibson, the goaltending coach of the Oshawa Generals, is on the ice with goalies 3 days a week.


●The strength and conditioning program is run by Justin Brooks and Neil Martin from Depth Training and provides a professional level customized strength and conditioning program.

   One hour per day, 4 days a week, from September to the end of June, approximately 160 sessions.


●Other services include Ash Patel, our mental skills coach (also provides such for the OHL’s Guelph Storm), nutritional advice and unlimited use of our Rapid Shot machine.


Register Now!  Learn more about what Victus has to offer by attending one of our information sessions or open house, all at Sportsworld Arena.  Register today by calling 519-219-5900 or email us at [email protected], or please visit us at

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