Applewood Heights Secondary School has a Regional Sports Program that started September 2013.
Physical activity is crucial to the way students think and feel. It has a positive impact on overall physical health, mental well-being and on the capacity to learn. Our Regional Sports Program, open to all eligible students in Mississauga and Brampton, is focused on delivering a quality physical education program that increases students’ interests and active involvement in fitness, athletics, and leadership. These opportunities will create and promote the development of healthy active living and leadership skills that can be utilized within the school and greater community.
Key features of the Regional Sport Program (RSP) include:
· Physical education all year with regional students completing 8 courses over the 4 years of secondary school (1 physical education course each semester, meaning two credit-bearing courses each year)
· Required involvement in co-curricular athletics and/or community involvement to build leadership skills
· Development of personal fitness, healthy lifestyle and interpersonal skills
Applewood Heights Secondary School Regional Sports Program is an inclusive, athletic focused learning environment that supports diversity in education through a commitment to healthy active living and provides a variety of leadership and healthy lifestyle opportunities for all students.
This fall students currently in grade 8 can apply to our Regional Sports Program for September 2016. Click here for further information.
Click here for information on the Regional Sports Program.
NEW--Regional Learning Choices Program Applicants
Peel Board Secondary School Regional Learning Choices Programs are open to all students entering grade 9. Students who meet the criteria for acceptance to the programs and who live in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga will be offered spots first. Students who meet the program criteria and who live outside of Peel Region will be offered spots once local student applicants have been accommodated. In some cases, all spots may be offered to students who live in Peel.