- Volleyball, Hockey, Ringette, Soccer -

Jenna St. Pierre is a 16 years old Notre Dame High School student playing on the Junior Girls Volleyball team. She has been playing volleyball for 5 years with her school team in St. Francis, but has not had the opportunity to play Club Volleyball up until this year due to her many other sports commitments. Jenna has played top level ringette and in her first year as a U12 played in the highest tier possible, where her team won a Gold Medal at Provincials. That same summer, she also played at the highest level in Soccer (tier 1) and won Gold in soccer Provincials. When Jenna was 12 she switched over to hockey and by the time she was 13 she made the top team for her age, PeeWee A, where they won Silver in Provincials. The following season she made the highest level of hockey as a first year, playing Bantam AAA hockey (female) and played at that level for two years. She was successful in making the Alberta Games hockey team in 2013 and represented zone 4 during Winter Games.

It is her love of volleyball that has now moved her path to a new direction. Although she has played for her middle school team and now her high school team, she wants to be able to focus and grow as a volleyball player, and have the opportunity to play Club volleyball. She is currently playing for the Notre Dame High School volleyball team (Junior) as a setter, and would love to be able to play at the highest possible level during club season. Her goal is to one day be able to play volleyball at the post-secondary level.