Champions for Education Program

The Guelph Storm offers its Champions for Education Program to schools in Guelph and the surrounding area. The program utilizes the players’ status as role models in the community as well as their experience as athletes to reinforce the concepts of literacy, school, community, opportunity, respect, excellence, and anti-bullying for elementary school students.

“We were very pleased to have the players here to read to our students.  They were talking about it all afternoon and the teachers all commented that they were very pleased with how they interacted with the students and answered their questions.    Please pass on our appreciation as they were great role models for our students”

 -Brent McDonald-Principal-

For more information on these programs, or to book them for your school, please see the Read to Succeed page or contact
Sarah Twigger at or by phone at 519-837-9690 ext. 104


2012-2013 Season:

Storm Forwards Justin Auger and Ryan Horvat present the FUN FIT program to students at James McQueen Public School in Fergus!

Storm defenceman Zac Leslie reads to a great group of students at Elora Public School.

Visit the Community Events page for more great photos from past years Storm school visits!