CSSHL welcomes six new full members in the Eastern Conference


The Canadian Sport School Hockey League is pleased to announce that the following programs have been accepted as full members to the league: Canadian International Hockey Academy (CIH Academy), Hill Academy, Mount Academy, Okanagan Hockey Ontario (OHO), Ontario Hockey Academy (OHA) and Westlake Bourget College. These programs will continue to compete in the Eastern Division of the league for the 2020-21 season and beyond.

“As we continue to build the Eastern Conference of the CSSHL we are thrilled to have all of these programs become full members,” says Kevin Goodwin, CSSHL Chief Operating Officer. “We continue to focus on building the leaders of tomorrow and these programs focus on developing the full student athlete in Academic Excellence, Character, Citizenship, Sportsmanship and Hockey aligns with that goal.”

Located in Rockland, ON, the CIH Academy is committed to fostering higher learning, competitiveness and community for their student athletes while preparing them to become the leaders of tomorrow.

The Hill Academy, located in Caledon, ON, is dedicated to providing the foundation of academic excellence, athletics and personal development for all its student athletes. Hill encourages a unique “Learn to Learn” approach that puts priority on both academic and athletic disciplines, allowing student athletes to grow at their own pace and maximize their full potential.

Home to the Saints, the Mount Academy is located in Charlottetown, PEI and proudly lives by the motto, “Educate. Empower. Elevate.” At Mount, education is combined with athletic programming to ensure that students are challenged, mentally, physically and emotionally, as they learn to work in a team.

Okanagan Hockey Ontario located in Whitby, ON is the newest member of the Okanagan Hockey Group. At OHO, their primary goal is to promote the long-term development of each of their student athletes in the classroom, on the ice and in the community.

The Ontario Hockey Academy is stationed in Cornwall, ON. At OHA, they live and breathe hockey, but they want to ensure that their student athletes have a competitive advantage both on and off the ice by ensuring academics and hockey work together cohesively.

Located in Rigaud, Quebec, Westlake Bourget College is a program designed to give student athletes the opportunity to hone their abilities and develop their individual games while putting  education and passion at the forefront of everything they do.

For the 2020-21 season, all six eastern programs are set to compete in the U18 Prep division, while the CIH Academy, Hill Academy, the Ontario Hockey Academy and Mount Academy will also have teams play in the U17 Prep division.