(Haddon Township Rowing is a scholastic sculling club that supports a competitive rowing program throughout the school year as well as two summer rowing camps and a fall youth development program for middle school students.
Established in 2004 to promote the sport of rowing among Haddon Township youth, the Club has produced state and national winners with first place finishes at Stotesbury (the largest scholastic regatta in the nation), the Scholastic Rowing Association of America Nationals, the Garden States Championship and City Championship. The team routinely qualifies boats to compete at the US Rowing Youth Nationals and in 2019 the Boys Varsity Quad was ranked 5th in the nation.
Fall Scholastic Competitive Program
Open to any student at Haddon Township High School. Season begins at the start of school and continues thru mid-November. Rowers compete in 4-5 regional regattas, most of which are held on the Schuylkill River , Philadelphia. Practices are after school on Cooper River in Pennsauken. (scroll down for details)
Spring Scholastic Competitive Program
Our Winter/Spring program begins in January with winter conditioning and strength training. Practices are held after school in the Club's 'erg room' at the High School. When weather permits, water practices resumes. Initially water practices will continue to be in the afternoon but in a few weeks shift to early morning where there's less traffic on the river and water conditions are much improved. Rowers compete in 12 or more regattas during the spring season and this includes several national contests.
Fall Youth Development
Intended for 7th and 8th graders at Rohrer Middle School, the program consists of four, 2-hour sessions held on consecutive Saturdays starting in mid-September.
Summer Learn To Row
One week introductory program conducted during the summer for 7th and 8th grade students. Participants learn basic rowing skills, terminology and boat handling skills.
Summer Technical Training Camp
Designed for high school rowers with at least one year competitive experience. Camp focuses on fitness, strength conditioning and improving individual rower's technical skills. Includes water training in singles, doubles and quads, weight training and video analysis. Five week program held during the summer.
Registration for all HT Rowing programs is now done online at Regatta Central.
CLICK HERE to view instructions to online registration process.
CLICK HERE to go directly to HT Rowing registration page on Regatta Central website.
To register on Regatta Central, rowers will need to create an account.
FEES 2019 Fall Programs
HT Rowing offers payment plan, 10% sibling discount and scholarships. To discuss the scholarship option, please contact HT Rowing President Beth Wilkinson at 609-315-1187 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration process includes completion of 3 forms: HT Rowing Code of Conduct;HT Rowing Waiver and HT High School Certification (or Re-certification) for Sports Participation (this document obtained from and returned to School Nurse). Links to the HT Forms are found on our Regatta Central registration site.
Haddon Township Rowing Club rows out of the Camden County Boathouse located on the Cooper River at 7050 N Park Drive, Pennsauken NJ 08109. When conditions do not allow for water practice, rowers report to the team's 'erg room' at the Haddon Township High School.
FALL 2019 Competitive Season
Practice begins September 5th
3:30pm - 5:30pm M-F; 6am-8am Saturday.
Camden County Boathouse, Cooper River
Registration deadline September 13th.
Youth Development Program
Held on 4 consecutive Saturdays beginning September 14th.
8am - 10am
Camden County Boathouse, Cooper River
For a complete schedule of HT Rowing Club activities for the Fall 2019-Spring 2020 seasons, click HERE.