Hockey is Canada’s national sport and has enjoyed great popularity at Brentwood. Our ice hockey program operates in the first term for Grades 11 and 12 and the second term is open to all students. The local ice arena is a short bus ride away allowing our four teams to be on the ice as much as 3 to 4 times a week. The School is also equipped with a modern synthetic Ice Hockey Training Centre allowing athletes to work on their skating and puck handling skills at any time.
The hockey program boasts four teams: Senior (Varsity), Junior (Jr Varsity), Development and Girls. Throughout the past few seasons the teams have seen success as the program continues to grow.
There are a number of teams that compete as part of the local Cowichan Valley High School Hockey League is comprised of 6 local teams that play regularly throughout 2nd term. Highlights of the hockey season include the Ross Cup, the largest high school hockey tournament in BC as well as the Annual Showcase game. The Showcase Game is a great opportunity for the students to come out and support the Brentwood players, as they battle Saint George’s School from Vancouver.
B.A., B,.Ed., M.A. (Calgary) Social Studies, Hockey
Having grown up in the mountains of eastern British Columbia without much television to speak of, Mr. Robinson is drawn to the great outdoors at every opportunity. After completing high school he ventured to the University of Calgary to complete several degrees including his Master's Degree which was focused in the area of gifted and talented learning. He has a passion for all things athletic and particularly enjoys golf, soccer, volleyball, and hockey. Mr. Robinson's passions can be found in human rights, volunteerism, and travel. In a perfect world, he'd like to do all three at the same time. It comes as no surprise then, that he lead Brentwood's inaugural Service Learning trip to Peru and to grew our relationship with Mosqoy, a non-profit organization that focuses its resources in promoting the success of marginalized indigenous peoples from the Sacred Valley.