AARC Youth Learn to Scull Program
Youth summer rowing programs are intended for students in or entering high school in the fall of 2017. Programs in Sculling are available.
- Sign Rowing Waiver (Parent or guardian must sign waiver for those under the age of 18)
- Register (see below to register and pay)
- Must be entering 9 – 12 grade and under 19 years.
- Provide proof of a passed swim test*
*All youth rowers are required to pass a swim test, which must be signed by a Red Cross certified lifeguard or swim instructor. The test must be completed by rowers BEFORE getting into a boat. Forms are available here: Youth Swim Test. Copy of previous high school test is accepted.
What to expect
Youth Learn to Scull (YLTS) uses the same curriculum as our Adult Learn to Scull program, but is specifically tailored for high school aged rowers. Instructors will demonstrate basic proper technique geared to teach participants to use single and double scull shells. Participants will learn how to adapt a sweep rowing stroke into a sculling one and how to safely maneuver sculling equipment unassisted both on land and in the water. Additional instruction on how to re-enter capsized craft from the water will be provided.
2017 Sessions and Registration
Classes meet 2 hours a day for four days. Classes are limited to 10 registrants, so sign up early to ensure your seat and get the registration discount! Regular attendance is highly encouraged due to the cumulative nature of instruction. For questions or further information, please email email@example.com.
- $329 ($299 for course + $30 novice membership)
- Sign up early-classes fill fast!
- AARC endeavors to make rowing accessible to the broad community. To support participation, scholarships are available to those with financial need.
- Please read our Refund Policy prior to making the commitment to our programs.
Rowing after Youth Learn to Scull
Youth LTS graduates become AARC Novice members in the year they graduate (the membership runs through the end of October). You are invited to join our Club Sculling Program and continue gaining physical fitness and sculling skills through technique-focused coaching. If you transition directly from LTS to Club Sculling, monthly Club Sculling rowing fees apply after your first month.
AARC endeavors to make rowing accessible to the broad community. Scholarships are available to those with financial need to support participation.
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