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Secon​dary Athletics


The Simcoe County Athletic Association (SCAA) provides opportunities for our secondary students, as future leaders, through athletics. School ​athletics are essential in that they are accessible to all students who express a desire to participate. The positive values of integrity, sportsmanship and hard work are integral components of the school athletics’ experience.  Co-operation, communication, flexibility, problem solving, and adapting to change are core concepts within the athletics’ curriculum.    

Secondary Athletics Schedules   

Schedules and results for rugby and soccer are available on HomeTeamsOnline. Baseball schedules and results can also be found on the HomeTeamsOnline baseball site. For all other sports, visit our Spring Sports page.  

Explanation of school abbreviations  
SCAA School Classifications by Population  

News of the Week: May 30 - June 3 

Banting Memorial High School Jr "AAA" Girls' soccer captured the GBSSA championship by defeating St. Peters'
4-0 on May 26th.  

Bradford District High School Sr "AAA" Girls' soccer captured the GBSSA championship by defeating St.Peters'      
2-0 on May 26th. They now move on to the OFSAA championship in Niagara Falls on June 2nd - 4th. 

Stayner Collegiate Institute Sr "A" Girls' soccer captured the GBSSA championship by defeating Gravenhurst High School 10-0 on May 26th. They now move on to the OFSAA championship in North Bay on June 2nd - 4th.
Nouvelle Alliance Sr "A" Boys' soccer captured the GBSSA championship in the the fall season and will now compete in the OFSAA championship held in Windsor on June 2nd - 4th.


The Co-curricular Corner

To view SCAA contacts, forms and information used by coaches and co-curricular coordinators, visit our Co-curricular Corner page.
Commonly Used Links
About the Simcoe County Athletic Association (SCAA)
  • coordinates in-school volunteer coaches and convenors
  • coordinates convenors and sport associations
  • provides services to student athletes and coaches
  • sets expectations and standards for student athletes
  • serves as mediator and liaison between schools and school boards
The SCAA assumes the leadership role in establishing the standards of excellence necessary in the delivery of the superb athletic program which currently exists throughout Simcoe County
​​​SCAA Classification of schools 2014-15.pdf