Scoolu’s roster: Stanley cups, Olympic medals & Grammy credits

At Scoolu we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn from genius, which is why we bring in the very best.

Scoolu’s decorated roster of instructors are masters of their profession, and we’ve got the records to prove it.

13 Stanley Cup Wins

The Stanley Cup is often referred to as the hardest trophy to win in sports. It takes determination and grit for a player to have the chance to carry the cup over their head just once.

One Stanley Cup win is proof of a player’s athleticism and hockey expertise, and Scoolu instructors; Theoren Fleury, Bryan Trottier and Grant Fuhr bring in a total of 13.

Trottier, a previous National Hockey League (NHL) player for the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins displayed utter excellence on and off the ice, winning a total of seven Stanley Cups as a player and a coach.

Fuhr, a former NHL goaltender and goaltending coach for the Arizona Coyotes was just short of the same achievement, winning a total of five Stanley Cups.

Fleury, one of the smallest players of his time also contributes to Scoolu’s grand total, winning the Stanley cup in 1989 with the Calgary Flames.

And that isn’t where Fleury’s athletic achievements end.

6 Olympic Gold Medals

Every athlete aims to represent their country at the top of the Olympic podium and Fleury, as well as Scoolu instructors, Hayley Wickenheiser and Mark McKoy know just how to get there. These instructors bring in a total of 6 Olympic Gold medals to Scoolu’s roster.

Fleury and Wickenheiser both contributed to Canadian ice hockey teams, which claimed gold at the Olympic Winter Games.

The former Flames player joined Canada’s mens team twice, earning gold at the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Wickenheiser is widely known as a trailblazer in Canadian women’s ice hockey, having represented Canada at the Winter Olympic Games five times, capturing four gold and one silver medal.

Unlike Fleury and Wickenheiser, McKoy made his mark at the Summer Olympic Games, winning the 110 Metre Hurdles in 1992. McKoy’s speed and determination earned him Canada’s first Olympic gold medal in track since 1932.

37 Grammy Credits

But Scoolu’s sport instructors aren’t the only ones who are well decorated. Our music instructors, whose expertise varies in every aspect of music, rack in a total of thirty-seven Grammy credits.

Mixed engineer, Richard Furch leads the pack, having earned credits for six Grammy winning albums out of 22 nominated albums.

Rodney Alejandro isn’t far behind Furch’s achievements. Alejandro made a name for himself working in various aspects of music production, earning a total of five Grammy credits.

Scoolu’s other Grammy credited instructors include Steven Baughman, Mark Prentice, Dave Brainard, Chris Loocke, Billy Decker and Kenny Greenberg.

Over 100 Number One Hits

Scoolu has too many hits to count. Numerous Scoolu music instructors have collaborated with world-renowned artists and contributed to tracks that have risen to that top spot on the charts, bringing in a whopping record of over 100 #1 hit credits.

Some of these instructors include, Baughman, Furch, Brainard, Alejandro and Ed Seay.

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