Journey middle school Hockey Academy

What could be better than playing hockey during school hours?

This is our second year in Hockey academy, we will for sure continue for our third year.

Hockey academy is a great way to improve your skills and get some exercise. You learn lots and meet lots of other fun hockey players.

Our hockey academy coach Mr. Elm is very nice and a great coach, he definitely knows his hockey things. We love how the assistant coaches come from EMCS because they show us where we could get to in hockey, and what skills we could get as well.

We go to the Sooke rink every Monday and Wednesday for hockey, hockey runs for about one hour and 25 minutes sometimes even longer. What’s better than playing hockey every Monday and Wednesday morning for two blocks of school?

The best thing to us at Journey is the hockey academy. Our favorite things about hockey academy is all the fun drills, coaches and players we have, it’s an amazing chance to work with them. We think if you’re thinking about joining hockey academy you should defiantly join for next school year! We have had Mr. Elm as a school teacher for two years and have had him as a hockey academy coach for two years as well,we look forward to our third year with him. It’s a great chance to meet new people and make some friends.

We love hockey and the Journey Hockey Academy made us love hockey even more! Journey middle school is a great school and we look forward to continuing there next year. We are both for sure doing hockey academy next year and you should too!

Come to the Future Journey Dragon’s Parent Info Evening on Thursday, January 15 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.  All Grade 5 students and their families are welcome.

Ireland Greenhough and Jayme Vivian

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