Canadian Sport School (LT2-T2C)

The Canadian Sport School Northern BC, delivered in partnership with School District 57, offers student athletes and para-athletes on a high performance pathway in grades 10-12 an opportunity to balance their academic course load and dry-land strength and conditioning training in a structured, yet flexible environment. Offered in Prince George, student athletes on the high performance pathway attend their home schools in the morning and attend the Canadian Sport School Northern BC in the afternoons to complete personalized strength and conditioning training and academic course work, including sport sciences, with the supervision of trained specialists and qualified teachers. Students graduating from the Canadian Sport School Northern BC are successfully competing on the world stage on Provincial, National and U Sport/NCAA teams.

Program Update:

Canadian Sport School -Northern BC Prince George Campus:

OPEN HOUSE: Thursday, February 16, 2017 @ 7:00 PM at The Charles Jago Northern Sports Centre in the Wolf Den The open house will include a short presentation on the program, followed by a question period. 

Application Process:

The application forms can be found below. Click on the filenames to upload forms.

The important deadlines and application requirements are found at the end of the application form. Please read entire form.

All applications must be handed in via hard copy with all forms completely filled out and other requested documents completed

After applications have been received selected candidates will be notified of an interview time at their home school.

Successful Candidates will be notified shortly after the conclusion of interviews.

Application Forms:

Canadian Sport School Northern BC - PG Student Application 2017-18_1

CSS-NBC Student Evaluation form - for VP - 2017-2018


For more information please contact Dave Adolph, Manager of Performance Services at:

Engage Sport North acknowledges the financial support from the following:
viaSport British Columbia Canada Winter Games Legacy