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    A.N. Myer Secondary School
    1St Annual Senior Boys Soccer Tournament


    A.N. MYER SECONDARY SCHOOL would like to invite you to our First Annual Senior Boys High School Soccer Tournament.  The tournament will allow you to prepare your team for the upcoming season by providing an opportunity to compete against quality teams from various leagues in full field games before your season begins. 

    For more information please click here...



    Congratulations to the A.N. Myer Junior Boys Basketball team for their win at the Zone 3 Championships versus Notre Dame Secondary School.  The team played well on both ends of the floor as they won convincingly by a score of 75 - 50. The team has played well all season with a perfect league record of 9-0.  Great work boys!

    2018 March Break Basketball CELEBRATING OUR 20th year

    March Break Basketball Camp (Skills, Shooting Contests, and Competitive Games) will start March 12-16.

    Register now before all the spots fill out. Cost $95.00 ($180 for 2 family members).  Includes: "T" shirt, prizes and awards.

    Click here for more information on how to register.

    Two Myer Runners Qualify for OFSAA!!

    For a second year in a row, Myer sent  two runners to the 2017 OFSAA Cross Country Championships. This year, the championships were held in Petawawa on November 4, 2017.  Qualifying an impressive 2nd and 4th at the SOSSA cross country championships at Christie Lake Conservation Area on October 26th, both Larissa Adamo and Kayleigh Bush competed in a tough senior girls race with lots of heart and determination. Facing wind, a hilly course and the first snowfall of the running season, Larissa Adamo placed 72th and Kayleigh Bush finished 134rd out of 271 of the best female senior runners in the province. Congratulations on a highly successful season ladies!!



    The Senior Boys Volleyball Team recently won their 9th consecutive Zone 3 Championship!!

    senior Boys Vollyball

    DON'T MISS OUT on any Myer games. Visit the Athletic Calendar in the Athletics Menu for all our games, times and places, or click on the link provided.


    OFSAA Bound!!

    Members of the team from left to right in the picture are Megan Ford, Jessica Zheng, Kate Phillips, Abby Zwarun, Maxie Pasetto and Mrs. Rodgers (coach)

    On March 5th, the A.N. Myer Girl's Curling team captured the SOSSA title at the St Catharines Golf and Country Club by winning their first game 9 to 2 against Grimsby Secondary School followed by Dennis Morris 13 to 1. The girls will compete at the 2018 OFSAA Championships which will take place after March Break in Fort Frances. The girls hold a season record of 14 wins and 3 losses, with their 3 losses occurring at the 2018 Gore Mutual Schoolgirl Ontario Championships which were held in mid-February. The Myer Girls Curling team were 1 of 8 teams who qualified through zone and regional competitions to make it this prestigous curling event.  

    Swim Team Going to OFSAA


    Congratulations to the AN Myer swim team who competed at the SOSSA swim championships at Brock on Thursday. If you see any of these individuals in the hall, please congratulate them. The girls senior relay, consisting of Beth Hunter-French, Paje Brennan, Jenna Petkovitch and Izzie Bonaldo  qualified for OFSSA with a relay Best time of 2:13:21. The senior boys relay of Dylan Loundsbury, Peyton Kipp, Kenan Elayan and Bryce Sutton also qualified for OFSSA with a time of 2:05:09. Congrats to Paje Brennan who came first overall in her event with a season’s best 100 metre breast stroke time, and Peyton Kipp who qualified for OFSSA for 100 metre breast. Brooke Dent, Kayleigh Bush and Brock Coffin also competed at SOSSA and put in competitive times at the competition.The Myer swim team was 25 strong this year and had a great season, representing Myer exceptionally well and achieving personal best times consistently this season at all 3 meets.


    All Hail Macbeth

    The Myer English Department went to see William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" yesterday in Toronto as put on by The Classical Theatre Project. The production was intriguing and exciting, portraying a darkly supernatural undertone coupled with well-choreographed fight scenes. Overall, the trip was a great success - look out for more Shakespeare trips in the future






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