The vision of Athletics at SAC has remained virtually unchanged in over 100 years.

The School’s second Headmaster from 1900-1935, Rev. D. Bruce Macdonald, did not want students in the stands, he wanted students on the playing fields! That remains a central focus of the St. Andrew's approach today. With approximately 615 students and 67 representative teams, along with house league and intramurals, our athletic program is among the best in Canada.

The philosophy of the athletic program supports the mission of St. Andrew's College: developing the complete man, the well-rounded citizen. Our athletic program provides students with important life skills whether they play on competitive or intramural teams. Team and individual sports play a vital role in developing one’s physical, intellectual, social, and emotional well being.

All Upper School students are required to participate in athletics for a minimum of two of the three terms on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. All Middle School students are expected to be involved with the athletics program for all three terms on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  In addition, our representative teams often play scheduled games on Saturdays. All students capable of playing for a school team are expected to do so.

At St. Andrew’s College we’re committed to providing an excellent sport experience for our students.
For inquiries, please contact me at 905-727-3178 ext. 248 or by email at 

Paul Bedard
Director of Athletics

Athletics News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Curling Saints split season openers against Havergal College

    The Curling Saints travelled south to Leaside Curling Club in Toronto on Wednesday, Dec. 5, for their season-opening games against Havergal College.
  • Christopher Marton, right, winner of the Cross Country Race, holds the Wallace Cup. He is joined by Headmaster Kevin McHenry.

    Fall Athletic Assembly showcases success and teamwork

    The Athletic Assembly highlighting the fall sports term unveiled the Most Valuable Players and Most Improved Players in Soccer, Cross Country, Volleyball, and Football.
  • U16 Saints hang tough in home opener

    The U16 Saints took on Crescent in their home opener.
  • SAC student on fast track to the Junior Olympics

    What started out as racing go-karts as a hobby has turned into a tremendous opportunity for Senna Summerbell to represent Jamaica on the country’s Junior Olympic Karting team.  
  • Frankie on-ice at the La Brier Family Arena

    First Hockey team to NCAA dream

    NCAA hockey scholarships continue to roll in, this time for grade 11 student Frankie Carogioiello.
  • Tight match for U14A Soccer

    The U14A Soccer Saints lost a tough home-field match Friday afternoon, giving up the winning goal off a corner kick deflection with less than a minute remaining to a determined Bayview Glen side.
  • Nice finishes in OFSAA Golf

    On Wednesday, Bryce Neil (high school division) and Troy Tsai (open division) enjoyed a very warm afternoon for their first round of OFSAA golf at the Royal Ashburn Golf Club in Whitby, Ont.
  • Chasing the win

    Yesterday’s game was proof positive that ingesting turkey tryptophan puts the male species to sleep. U14A Soccer needed a full 35 minutes to shake off their Thanksgiving feasting at Hillfield Strathallan College (HSC).
  • Second-half effort just not enough

    After getting thoroughly outplayed in the first half, losing 2-0, the U16B Soccer squad picked up their game drastically.
  • U14 V-ball splits double header

    The U14 Volleyball team traveled to Royal St. George’s College yesterday for a double header.
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15800 Yonge Street, Aurora, ON L4G 3H7 Canada
Tel: 905-727-3178