On Tuesday, Mr. Wanzama's Grade 11 Canadian Law class took a trip to the Superior Court of Ontario, Osgoode Law Hall and City Hall. The students were able to sit in on ongoing criminal trials and learn about the Canadian justice system. Currently, the class is learning about human rights and criminal law.
This month we would like to recognize one of our senior students who has illustrated exactly what it means to be a, "student-athlete." Michael Piliotis, a grade 12 student in his 6th year at PEAC, has displayed a strong level of leadership this month both on and off the soccer pitch. His commitment to his school work and his attendance in both his athletics and classes is commendable, and we thank him for modelling what we hope for and expect out of all of our students here at PEAC. Excellent work Michael! Keep it up!
This past week the U18 Prep Team went on a 10-day trip to Michigan where they toured three schools including University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Western Michigan University. The team also played several exhibition games and learned about NCAA programs at each school.
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Accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Education. PEAC provides an engaging, supportive, and flexible academic environment with small class sizes, online learning facilities, and residences for boarding.
PEAC provides sport-specific training to all student-athletes consisting of conditioning, strengh training, and fitness testing geared for their individual sport.