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Ridley’s Prep Basketball Programme is a proud member of the Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association (OSBA), the province’s premier high school basketball league. Our student-athletes are exposed to elite-level competition here in Canada as well as at international showcase events across North America and the Bahamas.

Preparation for this level of play includes daily practices, as well as multiple off-court sessions, which include strength training and active recovery. Training and competition are supported by a dedicated coaching staff with national and international experience, Ridley’s athletic therapy and school medical team, a strength and conditioning coach, and other professional instructors.

Away from the court, players are educated by Ridley’s dedicated professional faculty and supported by academic advisors, tutors, and residential life staff.

Players from across Canada and beyond have been exploring Ridley College for our ability to propel personal, academic and professional careers. In recent years, several of our players have been named to national team rosters, representing their countries at the highest level. Unlike traditional sports academies, Ridley leads with wellbeing and underscores academics, which creates optimal conditions for athletic accomplishment.

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A Community and A Legacy

Your relationship with Ridley College does not end when you graduate. As alumni of Ridley, you are part of a multi-generational community of over 8,000 proud men and women in nearly 100 different countries. Wherever your life takes you, there’s a strong probability that you will come across another ‘Old Ridleian’ (OR).

    Class of 2024

    • Joseph Dongelmans – Acadia University

    Class of 2023

    • Daniel Thompson  – University of Waterloo

    Class of 2022

    • Dolu Johnson – Dalhousie University  
    • Gabrielle Marcotullio – Dalhousie University  
    • Topaz Nnani – St. Mary’s University 

    Class of 2021

    • Mugina Karugire - Ontario Tech  
    • Johhny Augusti - Team Ontario U15 & U17 | Western University  
    • Joshua Loblaw - McMaster University  
    • Cormac McMahon - Brock University
    • Dylan Kalambay - University of Calgary  
    • Immanual Oludele - Simon Fraser University  
    • D’Angelo Cortese-Affoon - University of British Columbia Okanagan  
    • Adam McDonald - University of Fraser Valley  

    Class of 2020

    • Peter Moses - Acadia University  
    • Kiano Heath - Team Quebec U15 | Bishops University  
    • Alex Root – McGill University  
    • Kennan Larmand- Niagara College  

    Class of 2019

    • Malcom Bailey - Team Ontario U17 | Colgate University  
    • Jaden Bediako - Team Canada U18 | Team Ontario U15 & U17 | Santa Clara University  
    • Noah Wharton - Team Ontario U15 & U17 | University of Calgary  
    • Anthony Daudu - University of Toronto  
    • Tomi Johnson - Team Ontario U17 | University of Toronto  

    Class of 2018

    • Cameron Bett - England National Team U15 | Queen’s University  
    • Marcus Upshaw - Team Ontario U17 | Ryerson University  

    Class of 2016

    • Shamar Borrows - Dalhousie University