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ATHLETIC AWARDS

 

These awards are presented at the annual Athletic Banquet.

 

Team MVP Award  

Presented to a student-athlete on each team who the coach deems as the most outstanding contributor to their team's success.

 

Team Most Improved Player Certificate

Presented to a student-athlete on each team who has demonstrated the greatest amount of improvement over the season.

 

Merit Awards

Junior Merit Award is given to a student athlete who accumulates 80 or more athletic points while attending Brathwaite.  Points are awarded by the coach at the end of every season and accumulated throughout the athlete's career.  If a student commits him or herself to a team i.e. attends practices, demonstrates respect for coach and team members, consistently carries out their role as a student and conducts themselves in a proper manner when participating or traveling to another school, they are awarded 10 points for the season.  If they win a ROPSSAA championship or attend OFSAA they will receive an additional 5 points for a maximum of 15 points per sport.  At the coach's discretion, a student athlete can lose points when they fail to complete any of the criteria stated above.  A student removed from a team for whatever reason will not be awarded any points for that specific sport.  Therefore, any student who participates in two sports per season will receive a Junior Merit Award at the end of their fourth year. 

 

Senior Merit Award

Presented to a Student-Athlete who accumulates 100 or more athletic points while

attending Brathwaite.  The criteria are the same as listed for the Junior Merit Awards. 

 

Leadership Award Nominations

Presented to the student whose dedication and initiative contributes to the overall success of the athletic program at Brathwaite

 

Rookie Athlete of the Year

Presented to a male and female student-athlete who displays outstanding ability and commitment in their first year of high school.

 

Junior Athlete of the Year Nominations

Presented to a male and female student-athlete who displays outstanding ability and commitment in their second year of high school.

 

Senior Athlete of the Year Nominations

Presented to a male and female student-athlete who displays outstanding ability and commitment in their third or fourth year of high school.

 

Blizzard Award Nominations

Presented to a male and female student-athlete who displays qualities of perseverance, commitment, and dedication to their education, their sport and their school.

High school athletics are not only fun, but help students develop a healthy sense of competition that helps individuals develop physically, emotionally, mentally and socially.

To learn more about athletics in Peel, visit the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association.

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