Athlete Development Program


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Athlete Development Program (ADP)

Applications are open via the link below:

https://bit.ly/ADPapp2022

Applications close on the 7 December 2021 and successful applicants will be notified by the 14 December via email.

The Canberra High School Athlete development program has been established to assist talented student athletes to achieve the highest level of performance in their chosen sport and to help them with their personal and educational development.

The main aims of the Athlete Development Program is to provide student athletes access to:

Sessions are run using school facilities and Aranda Oval. This means that students only miss the class of their scheduled session and do not have to allow travel time to and from their sessions. This is unique to this program and means minimal disruption to students' academic timetables.

Who is suited for the program?

Anyone can apply who displays a keen interest in a sport and wants to continue their development. Existing Canberra High students must have satisfactory school attendance and consistently attend ADP sessions.They are also expected to maintain school grades and submit all school assignments.Finally the athlete's current level of sporting achievement will also be considered when selecting successful applicants.

The program also caters for students who are doing excessive amounts of sport outside of school through The Program of Academic Excellence. The Program of Academic Excellence gives a study support line generally in the place of the students SHAPE line. During these periods are supported to complete assignments, homework or just study content taught in class.

How does the Athlete Development Program work?

What does a session look like?

Sessions are run at different time slots during week A and week B to make sure that athletes are not missing the same class each week. An example of a Futsal session line D is:

Sessions run at Aranda Oval follow a similar format but involve travel time to and from the oval with the coach, which means sessions start earlier or finish later.

What is the cost?

The cost for ADP depends on the coach and the facilities the sport requires.

Below is the list of sports being offered in 2021 along with the estimated cost and the location of sessions. The total cost is for the whole year which consists of 20 sessions.

Sport

Location

Per session

Total Cost

Athletics

Aranda Oval

$10

$200

Tennis

Macquarie tennis centre

$10

$200

Basketball

CHS Gym

$10

$200

Strength & Conditioning

CHS Weights RM

$10

$200

Mountain Biking (10 sessions only)

Bruce Ridge

$10

$100

Futsal

CHS Gym

$10

$200

Netball

CHS Courts

$10

$200

Football (Soccer)

Aranda Oval

$10

$200

Program of Academic Excellence (9-10 students only)

Library

$0

$0

Volleyball

CHS Gym

$10

$200

Invoices will be mailed/emailed to parents with details on how to pay.

Payment must be made by the end of Week 2, Term 1, 2022.

Payment plans are available, if there are any concerns regarding payment please contact the school or the ADP Coordinator.

Conditions of Enrolment

By accepting the offer of a place in the Athlete Development Program, a student agrees to the terms and conditions specified. This will require you to;

If an athlete breaches any of these conditions the may be removed from the program.

Please note that new applicants will be assessed by the coach and if he/she feels the athlete is not ready for the level of the group, the athlete will be advised personally and a phone call or letter will be sent home to the parents or guardians.

Any questions or comments, please contact the ADP coordinator;

Naomi Evans

Athlete Development Program Coordinator 

SHAPE Dept. 

Canberra High School 

61420817

naomi.evans@ed.act.edu.au