- 10K Group - Co-Ed - WATKSC
10K Group - Co-Ed - WATKSC
The 10K Group makes it possible for both elite and recreational runners to improve their overall conditioning and endurance. The group also affords novice runners the chance to learn how to run for fun and fitness.
- 5K Group - Co-Ed - UAWGOC
5K Group - Co-Ed - UAWGOC
The 5K Group is an enjoyable and positive way for students to become heart healthy outdoors any time of the year. One of the great benefits of walking is that it is a total body activity. The faster you go the more the upper body is used. Medical studies indicate that walking even 30 minutes a day can benefit your heart, increase your lifespan, help you control weight and diabetes, prevent disease and improve your mood.
- Badminton - Boys * Senior Team - WABD1M
Badminton - Boys * Senior Team - WABD1M
Traditionally, Appleby has fielded strong badminton teams, with the Senior Team having good success at the CISAA tournament. The team trains four times a week and will compete with other CISAA schools in league play.
- Bronze Cross Medallion - WABCOC
This program teaches the lifesaving principals embodied in the four components of water rescue: judgement, knowledge, skills and fitness. Through fitness in swimming strokes and learning rescue techniques, the students will develop a specialized set of skills. Students will learn Emergency First Aid, CPR procedures for Adult, Child and Infants along with treatment of various injuries and medical emergencies. This course offers aquatic leadership skills and requires responsibility and personal excellence to be successful in completion of the certification.
- Fitness Training - Co-Ed - WAFTOC
Fitness Training - Co-Ed - WAFTOC
Students taking Fitness Training will learn about making informed, healthy lifestyle choices. By working on their endurance and strength in the Appleby fitness centre, students will improve their level of fitness. Exercise equipment includes treadmills, stair climbers, stationary bikes and weight machines. Sound nutritional information will be discussed as it relates to students' level of fitness. Many students use this co-curricular to improve or maintain conditioning for an upcoming sport.
- Golf - Co-Ed- Junior and* Senior Team - WAGFOC
Golf - Co-Ed- Junior and* Senior Team - WAGFOC
Prospective team members prepare for the season at a driving range in April and on a course when applicable. Team selection takes place early in the month and practices and tournaments continue throughout April and May. There are five Wednesday tournaments beginning in late April which culminate in the CISAA championship tournament. Qualification for the OFSAA championships occurs in September with the OFSAA championships taking place in October.
- Instructional Squash - Co-Ed - WAIQOC
Instructional Squash - Co-Ed - WAIQOC
Students, no matter their ability, improve their racquet skills and knowledge of the game in a fun and non-competitive atmosphere. Towards the end of the term, students have the opportunity to participate in and referee a fun-spirited tournament.
- Outdoor Games - Co-Ed - WAOGOC
Outdoor Games - Co-Ed - WAOGOC
The Outdoor Games group will participate in exciting and diverse modified games and fun sport activities. The group will take part in exercises and activities across a range of sport. Coaches emphasize the components of leadership, fun, fair play and positive attitudes.
- Rock Climbing - WARCOC
Rock Climbing - WARCOC
The instructional rock climbing program is designed for students who have previous experience in this sport or have never had the opportunity to participate in indoor climbing. The purpose of this program is to teach participants some fundamental skills in this sport and to improve the level of their skills through daily training.
- Rugby - Boys - * U14, Junior Division 1 and Junior Division 2, * Senior Team - WARG1M
Rugby - Boys - * U14, Junior Division 1 and Junior Division 2, * Senior Team - WARG1M
Rugby is a core sport at Appleby. The school has a rich rugby history that includes a number of CISAA championships and winning seasons. The Senior program has also had good success at the CAIS Invitational event. A program highlight is the opportunity to tour with the Senior Team. Recent tour parties travelled to Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Wales, England, Ireland and Scotland. Appleby is also a popular destination for international teams and, as a result, students have the opportunity to play against teams from other countries.
- Rugby - Girls - WARGIF
The Varsity Girls Rugby team plays within the CISAA League. Participants on the team will be in U1- S2. The major focus of this program is to provide strong developmental training to team members allowing for a strong technical and tactical foundation of rugby skills. The team will play on average 1 league match per week and will enter one invitational event each season.
- Soccer - Girls- * U14, Junior, * Senior Team - WASO1F
Soccer - Girls- * U14, Junior, * Senior Team - WASO1F
The program begins in Middle One when every student is introduced to fundamental skills during physical education classes. Girls can choose to play on the school teams at all levels and each successive year fundamentals are reviewed with an increasing emphasis on technique, skill, speed and team strategy. All teams play in the competitive CISAA leagues with top teams in each league participating in the end-of-season cup tournament. Fitness and the ability to run become more important as a student progresses through the age groups. The Senior Team, in addition to continued drills and games with the ball, devote time to specific fitness training. As well as playing in the very competitive CISAA league and cups, the Senior Team has visited the Bahamas and Virginia as pre-season trips, to experience the culture, play soccer and quickly achieve game fitness.
- Softball - Boys- * U14, * Senior Team - WASB1M
Softball - Boys- * U14, * Senior Team - WASB1M
At the U14 level, play consists of six to eight games per season against other CISAA schools. Students learn the game basics and are taught offensive and defensive skills. The Senior Team plays in the competitive CISAA league. Higher skills are expected and more emphasis is placed on strategy. The players are required to possess the necessary skills required to play against highly skilled independent schools.
- Softball - Girls- * U14, * Senior Team - WASB1F
Softball - Girls- * U14, * Senior Team - WASB1F
The U14 program is a developmental team focusing on game fundamentals in preparation for play at the Senior Team level. The Senior Team strives to be an intensive and competitive program. Appleby girls have enjoyed success over the years and each new season is met with that same championship passion. The girls’ Senior Team competes in the CISAA league and regularly benefits from tournament play in Quebec.
- Table Tennis - WATTOC
Table Tennis - WATTOC
The instructional table tennis program is designed for students who either have the experience of playing this sport in the past or never played before but want to learn. The purpose of this program is to teach participants some fundamental skills in this sport and to improve the level of their skills through daily drills. Some in-house tournaments will be organized to instill the spirit of fair and fun competition.
- Tennis - Co-Ed- * U14, Junior, * Senior Team - WATN1C
Tennis - Co-Ed- * U14, Junior, * Senior Team - WATN1C
Both the boys’ and girls’ teams consist of three doubles teams and two single players. Students are encouraged to improve both personal fitness and skills, while learning game strategies to use in competitive situations. All athletes have the opportunity to train on campus courts and play in the independent school league games. The season ends with a CISAA championship tournament.