Rowing

Rowing Camp 

The St. Albans rowing camp offers interested athletes a chance to explore the world of competitive crew. Campers will learn about the basics of the equipment, safety rules, and get a chance to row on the Potomac River in St. Albans racing shells. The camp is designed so that students learn the fundamentals of the sport and then get a chance to do some informal racing.

READ BEFORE REGISTERING: Due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic, Thompson Boat Center currently has restrictions that would affect our ability to host Rowing Camp; however, we hold out hope that the situation will improve by late spring.  Additionally, there will be no bus service from St. Albans; campers must arrive/leave from the boathouse directly. 

Registration Space Remaining: Week 5 (1) & Week 8 (3) 

Weeks Offered:
Week 3: June 21 - 25
10:00 am– 1:00 pm
$375
Week 4: June 28 - July 2
10:00 am– 1:00 pm
$375
Week 5*: July 6 - 9
10:00 am–1:00 pm
$330
Week 6: July 12 - 16
10:00 am– 1:00 pm
$375
Week 7: July 19 - 23
10:00 am– 1:00 pm
$375
Week 8: July 26 - 30
10:00 am– 1:00 pm
$375

*No camp Monday, July 5
 

Eligibility:
Boys and Girls, Grades 6–9 (11–15 years old)
Facilities:
Campers should report directly to the Thompson Boat Center at 2900 Virginia Avenue, N.W. There will NOT be transportation provided by STA this summer.
What to Bring to Camp
  • Mask(s) (& waterproof, resealable bag for storage)
  • Athletic clothing (no loose fitting shorts)
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Water
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Swim Video - In lieu of the traditional swim test, participants must present Coach Haley with a video showcasing their swimming ability. Coach Haley has provided a short video of what he's looking for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKmv8jDCNfc
    • Footage (within last 2 years) from swim meets/competitions or home videos will suffice  Please show this video IN-PERSON to Coach Haley on first day of camp, if at all possible. Otherwise, emailed a (trimmed) video to summerprograms@stalbansschool.org
Director
Ted Haley just finished his twenty-fourth season as the head coach of the St. Albans crew. Haley graduated from Georgetown University in 1990. He was captain of the lightweight team, and Most Valuable Oarsman in 1989.
Located in Washington, D.C., St. Albans Summer Programs – a combined summer camp and summer school for area and out-of-town boys and girls in grades Pre-K through 12 – provides half- and full-day academic and art classes and athletic camps for football, golf, rowing, swimming, and tennis at state-of-the-art athletic facilities.