HIGH SCHOOL EXTRA-CURRICULAR AWARDS POLICY

PREREQUISITE CRITERIA

  • Attitude
  • Dress Code
  • Sportsmanship
  • Behaviour

* Must be a good ambassador for the School at all times

Blue Badge

One year full participation; having attended 80% of practices and matches.

Silver Badge

Two consecutive years full participation; having attended 80% of practices and matches.

Gold Badge

Three consecutive years full participation; having attended 80% of practices and matches.

Junior Honours

A Grade 8 or Grade 9 Student that has achieved a certain level of skill development. Namely, achieving specific times, scores, selections or winning specific graded leagues – dependent of the activity. The specific details for each activity can be requested from the Extra-Curricular Coordinator. Badge criteria must be met and this award does not count towards an Honours or a Colours Blazer.

Marist Award

A Grade 12 student who has 5 years of full participation; having attended 80% of practices and matches.

Half Colours

A Grade 10, 11 or 12 Student that has achieved a certain level of skill development. Namely, achieving specific times, scores, selections or winning specific graded leagues – dependent of the activity. At least three consecutive years of full participation; having attended 80% of practices and matches, must be met. The specific details for each activity can be requested from the Extra-Curricular Coordinator.

Full Colours

A Grade 11 or 12 Student that has achieved a higher level of skill development and proficiency. In most cases, Students will be required to qualify for provincial scores and/or represent their province after selection for trials. At least four consecutive years of full participation; having attended 80% of practices and matches, must be met. The specific details for each activity can be requested from the Extra-Curricular Coordinator.

NOTE: Half Colour and Full Colour Awards are not given for long service in any activity.