The Pittsburgh Penguins announced plans Monday to extend the high school’s “The Penguins Path” program.
The program, which is the first in Pennsylvania, was designed to promote sportsmanship, teamwork and compassion.
In addition to hockey, it will also include basketball, golf, volleyball and softball.
Penguins players and coaches will be on hand at Stuysant High School, the school’s athletic director said.
The Penguins have been a part of Stuyvssant High since 2001, when the program began.
The school had been closed since 2011, but reopened in May 2017, when Stuyvinas hockey team moved from the North Shore to Pittsburgh.
The hockey program has seen some success over the years, winning a state championship in 2009 and a state title in 2015.