bring squash to your school

Start playing squash with your school! Squash Ontario works with many elementary and secondary schools across the province, helping teachers with curriculum and resources, equipment and liaising with local squash facilities.  Connect with us or read below to learn more about bringing the sport into your physical education classes, borrowing equipment, starting a team at your school, and ultimately competing in the Ontario High School Championships! 


Equipment lOaner program


resources include:

  • Junior Racquets (Grade 3-8)
  • Senior Racquets (Grade 9-12) 
  • Eye Guards
  • Squash Balls
  • Nerf Balls
  • Activity Resources


We are always accepting gently used equipment donations! Please contact us if you need to find a new home for your gear.

  • Bring squash into your gymnasium! Squash fits perfectly into the “Net/Wall Activity” physical education curriculum. Squash Ontario’s Equipment Loaner Program is available for schools and clubs interested in introducing squash to large groups of students of any age. 
  • With the help of a Squash Ontario Instructor your class will be guided through rules and safely engaged in fun drills and games.

  • Teachers or club professionals can loan squash equipment for two week periods by filling out the Equipment Loaner Program Application Form.

  • Applications for equipment will be based on a first come, first served basis.

  • There is no cost to renting the equipment, however, a credit card must be provided as a deposit.


Resources for Teachers


courting schools

Squash facilities looking to engage school groups should look no further – the Courting Schools Program will assist with effectively marketing the facility, generating revenue and community awareness, growing the junior program, learn valuable tips when reaching out to local schools and steps to ensuring their own school programming is a success.

Contact us to obtain a Courting Schools Program manual.


DISCOUNTED
EQUIPMENT

Squash Ontario and Black Knight Canada are pleased to offer schools in Ontario the opportunity to purchase equipment at a discounted price.