Harry atkins :-) and josh edkins
Almost all coaches at the youth age are volunteers. Coaches that make money are high school's, junior's, and a few top Canadian and American AAA hockey programs.
Bill Belisle is the current winningest coach in high school hockey. He coaches Mount Saint Charles Academy in Woonsocket, RI.
The amount of bonuses a college coach may receive is based on the contract, the sport and the school. Some coaches may receive hundreds of thousands for a winning a bowl game.
Alan Connally Lacy has written: 'Systematic observation of behaviors of winning high school head football coaches'
Schools that have successful football programs that expect you to keep the winning tradition are schools that are stepping stones for coaches like Michigan, Notre Dame, and Alabama to name a few.
Sometimes, like NFL Coaches aren't always as athletic but school coaches and little league coaches for the most part are. ! :-)
It depends on what your school rules are. If your school rules and coaches allow it, then yes.
The Bronx High School of Science graduated seven Nobel Prize-winning scientists -- the highest number of all secondary education institutions -- and six Pulitzer Prize-winning authors.
That depends on what school the coach is at. Most schools, no. Some schools, however, will pay assistant coaches.
The average high school hockey coach in Canada (private school) $4700 The average high school hockey coach in Canada (public school) $900 The average high school hockey coach in America (private school) $7100 The average high school hockey coach in America (public school) $3800
Most high school cheerleading coaches do get paid, yes. However, the amount they are paid varies as any job does from school to school and state to state.
High school hockey is a sport, not a club.