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Advanced Junior
Team Program


The North Hill Curling Club supports an Advanced Junior Team Program, sponsored by Curler’s Corner.  The goal of the program is to further develop junior teams and their coaches.  The program's objectives are:

  • Provide a supportive environment for athletes and coaches to learn;

  • Provide dedicated junior practice ice;

  • Provide a taste of what else you need to consider to improve your game; and

  • Develop curlers that are members of the curling community.


The program is aimed at junior, U15 and U18 teams who will represent the North Hill Curling Club in bonspiels and Curling Alberta qualifiers.  Teams from other clubs will be considered with the understanding that they must  participate in the Club's community building initiatives.

Program Highlights

  • Season - October through March

  • Every Tuesday from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

  • 24 curlers accepted
    (teams and individuals allowed)

  • Program Fees (Team) - $1,200

  • Program Fees (Individual) - $300

  • Deadline to register - September 10, 2023


Click here to view the full program details.


Full Program Details

  • 2 hours of practice ice every week

  • Guest coaches and/or speakers to provide insight into the game and development tips

  • An injury mitigation program with Absolute Athletic Therapy, giving curlers and coaches an on-ice resource to help with deliveries and sweeping. The program is designed to reduce potential for injuries, make corrections to improve stability and identify issues.  The Absolute Athletic Therapy team also provides warm-ups and individualized exercises or stretches as necessary to complement injury mitigation

  • Curlers are required to give back to their curling community by volunteering a minimum of two times in the NHCC Junior program.  Curlers may also be asked to participate in fundraising, such as selling raffle tickets, to offset costs of the programs (like the services from Absolute Athletic Therapy)

  • Those applying as teams will be given first priority

  • Four individuals will be considered.  Individuals who are on a team that enters bonspiels and Curling Alberta qualifiers will be given priority

  • The Athlete Code of Conduct must be signed by each participant.  All successful applicants will be provided with a link to submit additional athlete and contact information used for administration of the program.

  • Parents (for individuals 18 and under) must also sign the Assumption of Risk Waiver Form for each child in the program.

Should you have any questions about the upcoming junior season, please email

Advanced Junior Team Program Application

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