Extra Curricular Activities




Physical Recreation


Volunteer Opportunities

For extracurriculars students work on their Duke of Edinburgh Award. Participation in the program is voluntary; nevertheless, it is highly advisable to participate as it offers the opportunity to receive an award. This award holds international recognition and is esteemed by prestigious universities. For this award students must do a certain amount of hours volunteering, participating in physical recreation, learning a new skill, and participating in an adventurous journey. The hours vary depending on the level the student is trying to complete. Below is a list of what we currently offer. Other activities may be facilitated upon request.

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Public Speaking
  • Driving Lessons
  • Second Language
  • Woodwork
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Music
  • Chess
  • Fishing
  • Journalism
  • Badminton
  • Photography and or Film
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Rock Climbing
  • Swimming
  • Skiing
  • Dance
  • Golf
  • Squamish Women’s Centre
  • Squamish Helping Hands
  • Squamish Hospice
  • Squamish Welcome Centre

Students receive $1000 per semester to do lessons, receive coaching, or buy equipment for the activities they choose to participate in. If a students extracurriculars go over the cost will be incurred by the student or student’s guardian. **Some programs may include extra costs**

Evening Programs

As our school and extracurricular schedule is very busy. Evening programming at PMA is a mixture of homework time and recreation time. With access to some facilities and common spaces students can spend their evening reading, playing games, going to the gym and more. Sometimes extra curriculars are moved to evening based on the schedules of coaches and instructors available.