High School Excellence


HSE 2021-2022 Weekly Training Schedule: Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays 12:15-1:45pm, Optional Weight Training at Level 10: TBC

2022-2023 Season START DATE: TBC

 

High School Excellence: 

Descriptions: This program is STEP 3 on our elite pathway and is centralized in Regina, SK. This program is designed to provide an increase in sport-specific training at the provincial level in preparation for the national level training center. This program has been recognized by Water Polo Canada and has been determined as a Regional Development Centre. Athletes selected to participate in this program are selected on an invitational basis; there are a maximum number of spots available, so a depth chart of athletes is additionally created by the WPS coaching staff to select athletes. These athletes will be eligible for Water Polo Canada’s Age Group National Team programming (AGNT).

Goal: These athletes will be provided with a training environment to best achieve their goals in high-performance sport.

 

 

Martin Collegiate

WPS has partnered with the Academy program at Martin Collegiate in Regina, SK, to allow student-athletes an appropriate balance between their education and their training schedules. Martin Collegiate allows each student-athlete to set up their course schedules each semester to fit the required courses for graduation throughout the f year period. Each student would receive a ‘gap’ in their f slot in order to attend water polo training at the Lawson each Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, and their weights & conditioning course on Tuesdays & Thursdays.

 

For those student-athletes that wish to attend a different high school other than the Martin Collegiate Academy, they may still participate in the High School Excellence training with WPS. The water training session remains the same at the Lawson, 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM, and the weights & conditioning sessions will be on Tuesdays & Thursdays from approximately 4-4:45 PM at Level 10 Training on Grant Road.


 

The Development Centre (DC), High Performance Centre (HC) and High School Excellence (HSE) are critical programs offered and run by Water Polo Saskatchewan as pillars of our high-performance athlete pathway.  

Every year Water Polo Saskatchewan is evaluating its athletes using the operation policies you can find here. Identified athletes are then invited to join the DC, HC or HSE. However, any athlete who hasn’t been invited at the beginning of the season can ask for a skills assessment in order to be accepted into the DC, HC or HSE programs. The following document outlines the WPS programs and goals, as well as the tests performed for each level and the evaluation criterion.

 HSE Skill Assessment Template 

*This test is not to be used later on for the Team Sask selection. Team selection will be done following WPS operation policies*.

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