Athletics and Arts in Junior School
The Co-curricular Program at Pickering College is a valuable and fundamental part of each student’s education, growth and health. It contributes to school spirit, developing healthy, active lifestyles and a balanced program that exposes students to a range of activities they might not otherwise be willing to try. Therefore, the age-appropriate Co-curricular Program is a mandatory part of PC’s educational experience for students in Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12.
Building a sense of teamwork and school spirit is an important learning opportunity that can be enhanced through appropriate competition. Therefore, the school is committed to building competitive athletic programs where students are provided with increasing levels of competition as they move through the Junior School to the Senior School in a way that supports their skill development, sense of teamwork and commitment to sportsmanship.
Expectations for academic achievement in Junior School are set high, yet balanced with a rich curriculum of competitive and recreational athletics, chess, music, drama, visual arts, LEGO Club, Reading Club and exciting excursions.
- Recreational and competitive athletics
- Chess Club
- Visual arts
- Table Tennis Club
- Reading Club
- Robotics Club
- Junior School electives (sewing, woodworking, radio, fencing, dance, culinary arts, film-making and curling)