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CCR Rowing Programs

 

CCR Youth Programs

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY: 

To train and develop highly competitive rowers with the intent of maximizing individual and team performance at the high school level.

9-month program, 6 days/week designed for experienced high school rowers

  • Varsity Women: Forest Meadows Monday/Wednesday, & Lake Hall Tuesday/Thursday/Friday.
  • Varsity Men: Forest Meadows on Tuesday/Thursday, & Lake Hall Monday/Wednesday/Friday. 
  • Weekday practices are held 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 
  • Both squads practice Saturday 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Program Description

  • 30,000M on-the-water training/week. Focus on skills development and race preparation.
  • 30,000M Erg training/week. Focus on development of aerobic and anaerobic capacity.
  • Daily core strength and injury prevention
  • Build positive self-esteem through discipline and structure
  • Foster patience, strength, and the value of commitment to self and others
  • Emphasize academics, college planning, and personal growth

HIGH SCHOOL NOVICE

Students in their first year of high school rowing no matter what grade, age or prior middle school experience are classified as novices when starting.  Based on performance, novices may be moved to the varsity program and are eligible for all varsity boats after their fall season.

Practices:

  • Beginning rowers will start the regular Monday/Wednesday, Tuesday/Thursday rotation mirroring the varsity squads based on gender starting on Tuesday, September 4.
  • Novice Women: Forest Meadows on Monday/Wednesday; Lake Hall on Tuesday/Thursday.
  • Novice Men: Lake Hall on Monday/Wednesday; Forest Meadows on Tuesday/Thursday.
  • Practices run 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Program Description

  • To introduce high school students to the sport of rowing
  • To develop skills and technique progressively
  • To prepare new rowers for the physical demands of the spring racing schedule
  • Build positive self-esteem through discipline and structure
  • Foster patience, strength, and the value of commitment to self and others
  • Emphasize academics, college planning, and personal growth

MIDDLE SCHOOL ROWING:

The fall middle school program is a nine-week program that runs from Sept. 10-Nov.9th. (check back soon for our spring schedule!)

Practices:

  • Middle School rowers will practice on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
  • Practices are from 4:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
  • Monday and Wednesday at Lake Hall.
  • Fridays at Forest Meadows.

Program Description

  • To introduce middle school students to the sport of rowing
  • To develop skills and technique progressively
  • To prepare new rowers for the physical demands of the spring racing schedule
  • Build positive self-esteem through discipline and structure
  • Foster patience, strength, and the value of commitment to self and others

Dues and Fees:

  • Varsity/Novice High School Rowers: a registration fee of $175
  • Yearly Dues: $2500, Semester Dues $1250, Trimester Dues $834, or Monthly Dues $279 (1st of each month) for 9 months. The total program fee for varsity is $2675 for a full year (August-May).

 

  • Middle School Rowers: a registration fee of $75
  • Nine-week Dues of $400.00. Includes park admission pass.

 


IMPORTANT:

Park passes will be issued to all registered rowers.  Note: Receipt of the signed Maclay Gardens Use of Facilities Agreement and a current annual physical form signed by your physician are required to complete registration. Both of these forms can be found on the CCR website

The initial account needs to be created by the parent/guardian with their email (NOT the rower’s email). Once your private account is established, you will be able to add up to 3 additional email accounts (including your rower), as well as easily sign-up for volunteering, make payments, maintain your own contact information, and more.

Required Forms:

There are 5 waivers included in the registration that will be signed electronically.  Additionally, there are 2 forms that you MUST print and return to complete your registration (see below).

These forms can either be scanned and emailed to Administration@capitalcityrowing.org or mailed to 1400 Village Square, #3-310, Tallahassee, FL 32312.

 

Please Note Location of Practices:

Water Practices are held at Maclay Gardens State Park on beautiful Lake Hall. Park pass required every day for entry into Maclay Gardens.

3540 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32309

 

Land Practices are held at Forest Meadows Tennis Complex inside our beloved Erg Shack.

4750 North Meridian Road, Tallahassee, FL 32312