The Soccer Academy, starting as of 2023, at Woodville High School offers students a unique opportunity of providing additional training opportunities to support young players motivated to reach their potential. This program is aligned to the Health and Physical Education curriculum which offers students a year 7-12 academic pathway.
2023 Year 7 Soccer Academy Class with Mr Anic-Kaliger (Soccer Academy Director) and Coaches Kane Vidmar & Panagiotis Kikianis (Adelaide United Players)
2024 SOCCER ACADEMY
2025 Year 7 Soccer Academy Trials will be held on Friday 5 April Woodville High School 9.00am - 11.00am. Please arrive 15 mins before for sign in.
Upon registration you will be emailed an Application Form, this is to be completed and returned together with a coach referee statement to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 28 March 2024. If you require further information, please contactMr James Anic-Kaliger via email email@example.com
As part of the curriculum players participate in over 35 hours of content each term. This includes one 90 minute, 70 minute, and 55 minute lesson each week for the duration of the year. The program is underpinned by a culture of high expectations and academic excellence designed to support each player in reaching their full athletic and academic potential.
The student athletes in the program benefit from the school’s outstanding sporting facilities including the state of the art St Clair Recreation Centre used for futsal and our partnership with PEAQ Conditioning to create an individualised and tailored athletic development and strength and conditioning program appropriate to each person’s level of development.
Our students play in the School Sport South Australia boys and girls competitions at all age levels as well as playing friendlies against other prominent football schools.
PROBATION & STANDARDS OF THE ACADEMY
Here at Woodville High School, we hold our Soccer Academy students to high standards of results and performances across all subject areas ensuring that all of our student-athletes meet appropriate expectations. These are measured across 3 key areas: Academic Behaviour Practical
Academic: student-athletes need to demonstrate a positive attitude in all subjects, punctuality to all lessons (given extreme circumstance), satisfactory work ethic and to meet and complete all work by the given deadline. Behaviour: student-athletes need to demonstrate respect to all staff, peers and school property, as well as display selfless behaviours. Students must make every attempt to follow basic school rules and expectations, including positive role modelling and upholding the school values to a high standard. Our students are to not be receiving any of the following: referrals, internal and/or external suspensions nor have to be questioned by the teacher. Practical: student-athletes need to demonstrate above satisfactory ability for performance and improvements on and off the court. Students must meet the expectations for attendance to all lessons and in being on time, participation in all practical activities at the standard expected, 100% compliance of staff, leadership in setting the standards (and in positive role modelling) and show a positive attitude, as well as willingness to improve. *Removal from the Soccer Academy may result at the discretion of the Program Director.
SOCCER ACADEMY DIRECTOR
JAMES ANIC-KALIGER E: firstname.lastname@example.org 4 x years Henley High SSP Soccer Program Boys/Girls Coach School Sport SA Statewide Knockout Championship Coach NTP Network Coach