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The Athletics Program seeks to provide a high-quality athletic experience by offering a range of opportunities. The goal of the program is to develop well-balanced individuals who exhibit integrity, discipline, athletic principle, teamwork, commitment and an appreciation for lifelong, active living.
At 91Ԫ, we aim for Athletics to be an integral part of an enriching educational experience. The Athletics program supports the Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programs’ mandate for participation in a wide variety of interpersonal, social and physical activities. Participation contributes to overall intellectual, social and athletic development of the student while helping to achieve and maintain a healthy mind and lifestyle.

Athletics Life

Our Facilities

Athletes at Branksome have access to extensive athletic facilities on our campus. These facilities include: 

  • a grass playing field,
  • four outdoor tennis courts,
  • three gymnasiums,
  • a 25-metre swimming pool,
  • a climbing wall,
  • a yoga studio,
  • an indoor rowing centre and
  • a fitness centre.
Athletes also have access to off-campus facilities that include The Argonaut Rowing Club on Lake Ontario, a hockey arena, squash courts and more.

CISAA Membership

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  • CISAA Schools +

    91Ԫ is a member of the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA), in association with the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA). allows the school’s teams to compete with the following schools:

    • Albert College, Belleville
    • Appleby College, Oakville
    • Bayview Glen, Don Mills
    • The Bishop Strachan School, Toronto
    • The Country Day School, King City
    • Crestwood Preparatory College, Toronto
    • De La Salle College Oaklands, Toronto
    • Greenwood College School, Toronto
    • Havergal College, Toronto
    • Hawthorn School, Toronto
    • Hillfield Strathallan College, Hamilton
    • Holy Name of Mary School, Mississauga
    • Holy Trinity School, Richmond Hill
    • Kempenfelt Bay School, Barrie
    • Kingsway College School, Etobicoke
    • Lakefield College School, Lakefield
    • Montcrest School, Toronto
    • Nichols School, Buffalo
    • Pickering College, Newmarket
    • Ridley College, St. Catharines
    • Rosseau Lake College, Rosseau
    • St. Anne’s School, Aurora
    • St. Clement’s School, Toronto
    • St. John’s Kilmarnock School, Breslau
    • St. Mildred’s Lightbourn School, Oakville
    • Toronto French School, Toronto
    • Toronto Montessori School, Richmond Hill
    • Trafalgar Castle School, Whitby
    • Trinity College School, Port Hope
    • The York School, Toronto
    • Villanova College, King City

CISAA Age Classifications

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  • Ages for the 2023–24 Season +

    SeniorGrades 11–12 (but may include students from Grades 7–10)The student has not reached their 19th birthday by December 31, 2023
    Grades 9–10
    The student has not reached their 15th birthday by December 31, 2023
    Grades 7–9Ages 12–14 as of December 31, 2023
    Grade 8
    Grade 7
    Grade 6
    Grade 5
    Grade 4
  • Fall Term (Sept.–Nov.) +

    Grade LevelTeams Offered
    Grades 5–12U11, U12, U13, U14, Junior & Senior
    Cross Country
    Grades 4–12U10, U12, U13, U14 & Senior
    Field Hockey
    Grades 7–12U14 & Senior
    Flag Football
    Grades 9–12Senior
    Grades 10–12Senior
    Grades 5–12U12, U14, Junior & Senior
    Grades 5–12U12, U14 & Senior
  • Winter Term (Nov.–Mar.) +

    SportGrade LevelTeam Offered
    Alpine SkiingGrades 7–12U14 & Senior
    BadmintonGrades 5–12U12, U13, U14, Junior & Senior
    HockeyGrades 7–12Senior
    RowingGrades 9–12Senior
    SquashGrades 7–12Senior
    SwimmingGrades 5–12U12, U14 & Senior
    VolleyballGrades 4–12U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, Junior & Senior
  • Spring Term (Apr.–May) +

    SportGrade LevelTeam Offered
    GolfGrades 7–12Senior
    RowingGrades 9–12Senior
    SoftballGrades 5–10U12, U13, U14 & Senior
    TennisGrades 7–12U12, U13, U14, Junior & Senior
    Track & FieldGrades 4–12U10, U11, U12, U13, U14 & Senior
    Ultimate FrisbeeGrades 7–12U14, Junior & Senior

Meet the Team

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  • A photo of Director, Athletics, Katie Flynn.

    Director, Athletics

    Katie Flynn
    416.920.6265, ext. 104
  • Assistant Director, Athletics

    Tory Colby
    416.920.6265, ext. 443
  • Aquatics Coordinator

    Jeremy Wong
    416.920.6265, ext. 244
  • Strength, Conditioning and Rehabilitation Coach

    Nick Mercuri
    416.920.6265, ext. 481
  • Manager, Sports Performance Rehabilitation

    Jason Amadio
    416.920.6265, ext. 546
  • Rowing Coach

    Scott Fleming
    416.920.6265, ext. 250

Athletics Newsletter

Athletics Events

Athletics News

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  • Touchdown! 91Ԫ Hosts Flag Football Skills and Drills Workshop

    On April 6, 2024, more than 60 students gathered at 91Ԫ for the school’s very first Flag Football Skills and Drills Workshop. This hands-on weekend workshop brought students from across the city together to develop techniques and skills that would give them an edge in their upcoming games.
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  • Senior Badminton Team

    91Ԫ Hosts Junior Volleyball and Senior Badminton CISAA Championships

    It was an action-packed day for 91Ԫ’s Junior D1 Volleyball and Senior Badminton teams on Wednesday, February 28, as they wrapped up an exciting winter season at their championship tournaments. Held concurrently at 91Ԫ, these tournaments filled the halls with talented athletes from across the city, all eager to see who would be crowned 2024 CISAA champions.
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We wish to acknowledge this land on which 91Ԫ operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work and go to school on this land.

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