B. Michael Heaton, Head of SchoolB.A. , B.Ed (Queen's), M.Ed (OISE)
Mr. Heaton's teaching career has included:
- Film Studies and Production, Seneca College
- Physical Education, Manitouwadge, Ontario
- Industrial Arts, Gillam, Manitoba
- Geography, PHE, Science, Housemaster, Kayak Coach, Swim Coach, Football Coach and head of Student Exchange Programme at Trinity College School, Port Hope, Ontario
- Outdoor Education, Geography, Mathematics, Kayak Coach, Snowboard Coach, Houseparent and Student Exchange Programme at Rosseau Lake College, Muskoka, Ontario
- Exchange teacher at Westminster School in Adelaide, Australia for one year.
- Geography, Mathematics and Outdoor Education with Toronto District School Board
- Has lead student cycling road trips to the USA, New Zealand, Australia and Europe.
- Trip leader with Blyth and Company and Travent for 10 summers in Europe and Canada.
- Assisted with Dew Tour BMX events for 5 summers.
- Orchestrated the Toronto BMX Jam for 7 years.
- Constructed 6 BMX parks in the City of Toronto and organized summer camp programmes for youth.
- Worked as a Snowboard Instructor (Level 2) at Blue Mountain Resorts for 12 winters.
Mr. Berry's Physical Education career has included:
- graduate from Nova Scotia Community College with a degree in Recreation Leadership.
- hosted countless events in conjunction with Red Bull, The City of Halifax, and great local shops across Nova Scotia.
- instructor with The Ecology Action Centre's Making Tracks Program, aimed at educating Nova Scotian children in the basics of Active Transportation (Cycling and Skateboarding)
- operating Quetico's Summer BMX programme and events