2010 GTHL AAA

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Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 9:35 am
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 12:05 am Everest? Give me your opinions?
Does anyone actually go to a reputable university from this school??
This is coming from a parent whos kid is leaving for highschool.

The hockey and social aspect is great, my kid loved it.
From an education standpoint there is zero structure, and the lessons are delivered by non OCT teachers. The kids run wild throughout the day and I dont blame they because they get away with it.

Your better off sending your kid to a reputable private school or In The Public System and Spending that money on private lessons/training.
Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
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Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 4:43 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 9:35 am
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 12:05 am Everest? Give me your opinions?
Does anyone actually go to a reputable university from this school??
This is coming from a parent whos kid is leaving for highschool.

The hockey and social aspect is great, my kid loved it.
From an education standpoint there is zero structure, and the lessons are delivered by non OCT teachers. The kids run wild throughout the day and I dont blame they because they get away with it.

Your better off sending your kid to a reputable private school or In The Public System and Spending that money on private lessons/training.
Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
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Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 7:58 am
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 4:43 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 9:35 am
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 12:05 am Everest? Give me your opinions?
Does anyone actually go to a reputable university from this school??
This is coming from a parent whos kid is leaving for highschool.

The hockey and social aspect is great, my kid loved it.
From an education standpoint there is zero structure, and the lessons are delivered by non OCT teachers. The kids run wild throughout the day and I dont blame they because they get away with it.

Your better off sending your kid to a reputable private school or In The Public System and Spending that money on private lessons/training.
Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
What about a public school, but high performance ?
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Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:38 pm
Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 7:58 am
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 4:43 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 9:35 am
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 12:05 am Everest? Give me your opinions?
Does anyone actually go to a reputable university from this school??
This is coming from a parent whos kid is leaving for highschool.

The hockey and social aspect is great, my kid loved it.
From an education standpoint there is zero structure, and the lessons are delivered by non OCT teachers. The kids run wild throughout the day and I dont blame they because they get away with it.

Your better off sending your kid to a reputable private school or In The Public System and Spending that money on private lessons/training.
Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
What about a public school, but high performance ?
Think of any sports school like this…you take all the crazy parents in the hockey world, then you tell them their kid will get on the ice everyday, weight room and condense their schooling they say great where do I sign up. Then you put those kids into a classroom together and you yea to have them sit still and listen for 30 minutes all while they adjust their caps, flip their hair, throw paper balls, yell out abseneties the. Ask to use the bathroom and disappear. How much learning/teaching do you think is getting done. If you want an education l, keep your kid away from any of these specialty schools
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Re: 2010 GTHL AAA

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Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:38 pm
Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 7:58 am
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 4:43 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 9:35 am
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 12:05 am Everest? Give me your opinions?
Does anyone actually go to a reputable university from this school??
This is coming from a parent whos kid is leaving for highschool.

The hockey and social aspect is great, my kid loved it.
From an education standpoint there is zero structure, and the lessons are delivered by non OCT teachers. The kids run wild throughout the day and I dont blame they because they get away with it.

Your better off sending your kid to a reputable private school or In The Public System and Spending that money on private lessons/training.
Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
What about a public school, but high performance ?
Think of any sports school like this…you take all the crazy parents in the hockey world, then you tell them their kid will get on the ice everyday, weight room and condense their schooling they say great where do I sign up. Then you put those kids into a classroom together and you yea to have them sit still and listen for 30 minutes all while they adjust their caps, flip their hair, throw paper balls, yell out abseneties the. Ask to use the bathroom and disappear. How much learning/teaching do you think is getting done. If you want an education l, keep your kid away from any of these specialty schools
I honestly contemplated sending my kid to a high performance school. There is no much pressure on the kids already, I wanted for my kid to have a normal school experience. Away from the rink, there is too much noise created by other kids who go to these schools I've heard. I think what parents fail to remember is that 1 out of 2000 kids will actually play 1 shift in the NHL. 1 out of 8500 kids will play 1-3 years between the the NHL and AHL and 1 in 10,500 kids will sign a contract that is 5 years+ in the NHL.
So why not let them have a normal childhood?
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Re: 2010 GTHL AAA

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:14 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:38 pm
Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 7:58 am
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 4:43 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jun 25, 2024 9:35 am

This is coming from a parent whos kid is leaving for highschool.

The hockey and social aspect is great, my kid loved it.
From an education standpoint there is zero structure, and the lessons are delivered by non OCT teachers. The kids run wild throughout the day and I dont blame they because they get away with it.

Your better off sending your kid to a reputable private school or In The Public System and Spending that money on private lessons/training.
Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
What about a public school, but high performance ?
Think of any sports school like this…you take all the crazy parents in the hockey world, then you tell them their kid will get on the ice everyday, weight room and condense their schooling they say great where do I sign up. Then you put those kids into a classroom together and you yea to have them sit still and listen for 30 minutes all while they adjust their caps, flip their hair, throw paper balls, yell out abseneties the. Ask to use the bathroom and disappear. How much learning/teaching do you think is getting done. If you want an education l, keep your kid away from any of these specialty schools
I honestly contemplated sending my kid to a high performance school. There is no much pressure on the kids already, I wanted for my kid to have a normal school experience. Away from the rink, there is too much noise created by other kids who go to these schools I've heard. I think what parents fail to remember is that 1 out of 2000 kids will actually play 1 shift in the NHL. 1 out of 8500 kids will play 1-3 years between the the NHL and AHL and 1 in 10,500 kids will sign a contract that is 5 years+ in the NHL.
So why not let them have a normal childhood?
Amen.
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Re: 2010 GTHL AAA

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 10:25 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:14 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:38 pm
Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 7:58 am
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 4:43 pm

Every teacher there is OCT certified. They follow the same
Curriculum as every school board.
Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
What about a public school, but high performance ?
Think of any sports school like this…you take all the crazy parents in the hockey world, then you tell them their kid will get on the ice everyday, weight room and condense their schooling they say great where do I sign up. Then you put those kids into a classroom together and you yea to have them sit still and listen for 30 minutes all while they adjust their caps, flip their hair, throw paper balls, yell out abseneties the. Ask to use the bathroom and disappear. How much learning/teaching do you think is getting done. If you want an education l, keep your kid away from any of these specialty schools
I honestly contemplated sending my kid to a high performance school. There is no much pressure on the kids already, I wanted for my kid to have a normal school experience. Away from the rink, there is too much noise created by other kids who go to these schools I've heard. I think what parents fail to remember is that 1 out of 2000 kids will actually play 1 shift in the NHL. 1 out of 8500 kids will play 1-3 years between the the NHL and AHL and 1 in 10,500 kids will sign a contract that is 5 years+ in the NHL.
So why not let them have a normal childhood?
Amen.
How bout we let the kids be kids and go to school with other normal kids.
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Re: 2010 GTHL AAA

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 11:46 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 10:25 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:14 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:38 pm
Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 7:58 am

Everest is a joke and we all know it. If you’re looking to make sure your son gets an education, that’s not the school.
What about a public school, but high performance ?
Think of any sports school like this…you take all the crazy parents in the hockey world, then you tell them their kid will get on the ice everyday, weight room and condense their schooling they say great where do I sign up. Then you put those kids into a classroom together and you yea to have them sit still and listen for 30 minutes all while they adjust their caps, flip their hair, throw paper balls, yell out abseneties the. Ask to use the bathroom and disappear. How much learning/teaching do you think is getting done. If you want an education l, keep your kid away from any of these specialty schools
I honestly contemplated sending my kid to a high performance school. There is no much pressure on the kids already, I wanted for my kid to have a normal school experience. Away from the rink, there is too much noise created by other kids who go to these schools I've heard. I think what parents fail to remember is that 1 out of 2000 kids will actually play 1 shift in the NHL. 1 out of 8500 kids will play 1-3 years between the the NHL and AHL and 1 in 10,500 kids will sign a contract that is 5 years+ in the NHL.
So why not let them have a normal childhood?
Amen.
How bout we let the kids be kids and go to school with other normal kids.
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Re: 2010 GTHL AAA

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 2:41 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 11:46 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 10:25 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:14 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:38 pm

What about a public school, but high performance ?
Think of any sports school like this…you take all the crazy parents in the hockey world, then you tell them their kid will get on the ice everyday, weight room and condense their schooling they say great where do I sign up. Then you put those kids into a classroom together and you yea to have them sit still and listen for 30 minutes all while they adjust their caps, flip their hair, throw paper balls, yell out abseneties the. Ask to use the bathroom and disappear. How much learning/teaching do you think is getting done. If you want an education l, keep your kid away from any of these specialty schools
I honestly contemplated sending my kid to a high performance school. There is no much pressure on the kids already, I wanted for my kid to have a normal school experience. Away from the rink, there is too much noise created by other kids who go to these schools I've heard. I think what parents fail to remember is that 1 out of 2000 kids will actually play 1 shift in the NHL. 1 out of 8500 kids will play 1-3 years between the the NHL and AHL and 1 in 10,500 kids will sign a contract that is 5 years+ in the NHL.
So why not let them have a normal childhood?
Amen.
How bout we let the kids be kids and go to school with other normal kids.
AAA Super Elite
TM

AAA ELITE
MM
SENS
JRC

AAA
VK
REPS
DMF

AAA WANABES
TRW
MR
TYN

AA OR BUST
TT
NYR
AAA ELITE
MM
SENS
TM
JRC

AAA
VK
REPS
DMF

AAA WANABES
TRW
MR
TYN

AA OR BUST
TT
NYR
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Who’s the top forward? Who’s the top d? Who’s the top goalie?
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