AcademicsAccredited 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
AthleticsPEAC provides sport-specific training to all students-athletes consisting of conditioning, strength training, and fitness testing geared for their individual sport
ExcellenceWith state-of-the-art classrooms, a fully equipped sports complex, professional teachers and trainers, and online course material, PEAC students have every advantage they need to learn, succeed, and surpass their highest goals
- Published on Thursday, 31 July 2014 12:09
PEAC is very excited to welcome Woody Bailey to the PEAC Family! Woody will be coming on as our new Soccer Director for 2014/2015!
- Published on Friday, 18 July 2014 11:49
PEAC School for Elite Athletes is very excited to announce that it is under new management!
Mr. Robb Nelson will be taking over and working alongside PEAC's current Director, Neil Doctorow, to continue to grow the vision of the school and provide balance, as well as an environment of athletic and academic excellence to all those within the PEAC Family.
Here are some of the changes you can expect to see in Fall 2014!
- New Coaches:
- Lucas Miller
- Sonya Shewchuk
- Tate Phillips
- 10 hours of ice time each week
- Lacrosse Program
- Music classes
- and many more...
- Published on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 15:02
INTERESTED IN PRIVATE TRAINING? Please contact Ian Mackenzie at 416 398 7322 to inquire about private and semi private training sessions through PEAC! Our coaches run on and off ice training with Canadian and International athletes at all skill levels, and our prices can't be beat!
Featured Student Athlete
Owen is a grade 9 student and is in his 3rd year at PEAC. He plays both left and right wing and is currently part of PEAC’s U16 hockey program as well as playing for the Toronto Red Wings of the GTHL. Owen is known on the ice for his elite skill set, which showcases great hands and a strong shot, as well as his unparalleled work ethic. He is praised by his teachers and coaches for applying this work ethic both on and off the ice, making him an exceptionally strong student and hockey player. Owen draws his inspiration from his family who have always supported him through all his athletic and academic endeavours. Owen has thrived at PEAC and credits his success to small class sizes and the opportunities for extra help that the school provides for him. Owen’s goal is to play hockey at the next level, whether it be the OHL or NCAA. We wish Owen the best of luck in his pursuit of these goals and are proud to call him our PEAC Feature Athlete!