Middle School Rowing Fall Registration
Open to all Middle School boys and girls! No experience needed! Learn a new sport, stay fit and have fun!
First Day of Fall Season: September 5th
Last Day of Fall Season: October 27th
Wednesday Practice Time: 4:20 pm (or immediately after school) until 6 pm
Saturday Practice Time: 10:30 am until 12:30 pm
Practice Location: Julian B. Lane Riverfront Boathouse
Cost for the Fall Season:
There are two attendance options:
- Option 1: Once a Week on Wednesdays OR Saturdays $170
- Option 2: Twice a Week on Wednesdays AND Saturdays $270
Fees are for the entire Fall Season paid once during registration.
There is also a $25 non-refundable registration fee, regardless of the attendance option chosen.
Free Middle School Rowing T-Shirt included!
Middle School rowers will attend the Halloween Regatta in Tampa at the Bypass Canal near the end of the Middle School rowing season. This regatta is included in the fee and rowers will need to wear their middle school rowing tee shirts. The only other expense will be to volunteer to bring food for our hospitality tent or pay a nominal food charge. Details to be provided in October.
Registration Deadline - September 5th
Before rowers can hit the water, all parts of the registration process (club forms, waivers & fees) must be submitted no later than September 5th, 2018.
Registration requires that you complete and upload two documents: Emergency Medical Release, City of Tampa Julian B Lane Registration and Waiver Form.
These documents must be downloaded, filled out, scanned, and saved as a PDF file before you start this registration process.
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Must be notarized before scanning.
Must be signed before scanning.
US Rowing Waiver
Registration also requires that each rower become a US Rowing member and electronically sign the US Rowing waiver.
A Basic Membership is all that is required. They do charge a $5.75 admin fee.
Club Name: HHS Rowing Club
Club Code: 6QJ9M
Since rowing is a water sport, rowers must demonstrate basic swim skills in front of a certified life guard at some point during the first few weeks of the Fall Seaszon. Rowers only need to do this once. If a rower passes a swim test during a HHSRC Learn to Row camp, or is a returning rower, he or she does not need to be tested again. Emails will be sent to all participants with information about the swim test during the first week of the Fall Season.
To begin the on-line registration process and save your spot on HHS Middle School Crew, click the Register Now button below!