Extra-curricular SportsApril 26, 2021
Students at École Garden Grove School enjoy a wide variety of extra-curricular sports and physical activities. While these vary from year to year, some common ones are listed below.
Also beginning at the end of April, the Running Club meets 3 times per week, in preparation for a city-wide event held in early June.
Typically held in the Fall, our boys' and girls' soccer teams learn their own skills, team play, and sportsmanship. They participate in a non-competitive tournament against other local schools.
Held in the Spring, the boys' and girls' softball teams practice their skills, teamwork and sportsmanship. They participate in a non-competitive tournament against other local schools.
Basketball club is a co-ed club that meets during April and May and is open to grades 5 and 6. Students run drills, learn new skills, fundamentals and play in-house games.
Volleyball is a co-ed activity, open to grades 5 and 6. Held during the Winter months, students learn proper techniques for the volley, bump, under-hand serve, and appropriate game play. A non-competitive tournament is held with other local schools.
Students in grades 4, 5 and 6 are invited to join Skipping Club, currently held in April. In this co-ed club, students practice their skills, learn games, and partner/team techniques.
From January to March, students in grades 4, 5, and 6 participate in Skating Club. Students of all skill levels are invited to come out and to learn to be better skaters. A city-wide event of Skating Races in held at the MTS Centre at the end of the program.