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Rowing Programs

Middle school and high school kids from all walks of life come to us, not because we focus on the importance of winning like other organizations, but because we create a healthy environment – socially, physically, emotionally – and teach the proper skill set to empower every rower to conquer the next challenge in their life.

High School Rowing

High school rowing offers a unique blend of physicality and mental fortitude. It demands immense strength, endurance, and coordination, as rowers navigate their sleek boats through the water with precision and power. The rhythmic synchronization of the team creates a harmonious symphony of motion, showcasing the discipline and teamwork required for success. The sheer physicality of rowing fosters personal growth, pushing athletes to their limits and helping them discover their untapped potential.

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Beyond the physicality, high school rowing instills valuable life skills. It nurtures resilience, discipline, and determination. Rowers learn the importance of perseverance, as they push through the challenges of early morning practices, grueling workouts, and competing against formidable opponents. They develop a strong work ethic, time management skills, and the ability to balance academics with their athletic pursuits. These skills transcend rowing and shape them into well-rounded individuals prepared for future endeavors.

 

Teammates forge unbreakable bonds, sharing the triumphs and setbacks that come with the sport. The camaraderie built on the water extends beyond the boat, creating lifelong friendships and a support network that extends far beyond high school. The shared experiences, intense training sessions, and exhilarating races create lasting memories and a sense of belonging that is truly special.

“Rowing is a sport for dreamers. As long as you put in the work, you can own the dream. When the work stops, the dream disappears.” – Jim Dietz

High school rowing also opens doors to exciting opportunities. Talented rowers may catch the attention of college recruiters, leading to scholarships and the chance to continue their rowing careers at the collegiate level. The sport provides a pathway to higher education while allowing athletes to pursue their passion for rowing on a larger stage.

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Practice makes perfect.

Practice for us is not just for the perfection of technique or the development of physical fitness. It is the building block upon which we build our team philosophy: Hard Work Pays Off. Each and every practice attended is one more that an athlete develops the mental toughness and team bond necessary to compete in the sport of rowing. At our practices we work toward technical mastery, we strive toward peak physical condition, and above all else we ensure that every athlete learns how to be a better team member.

Our goal for our competitive athletes is to attend 6 practices a week. However we do allow for flexible schedules to meet all our student athletes needs.

Make an investment in their future.

High School Rowing
Registration Fee: $275
Annual Membership Dues

One time payment: $3,375

OR 9 month payment plan: $375 per month

Practices are held daily rotating from our land and water locations.

This generally include 5 practices a week.

Fees and Dues include most regatta expenses, a CCR practice shirt,

hat, bag, water bottle, park pass and a new uniform. 

Ready to Row?

WOMEN'S TEAM

Tue-Fri 3:00-6:00

Sat 8:15-11:15

Water Practice: Wed, Fri, Sat

Land Practice: Tue, Thr

MEN'S TEAM 

Tue-Fri 2:30-5:30

Sat 8:15-11:15

Water Practice: Wed, Fri, Sat

Land Practice: Tue, Thr

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