Juniors Rowing Program - Spring 2014 Semester
Our Juniors Program is dedicated to developing young rowers by teaching technique, teamwork, and self-discipline. Our Fall 2013 semester was a great success with over 175 young people being trained under the watchful eyes of our coaching staff. We look forward to continuing to develop our young rowers during the Spring 2014 semester, which will begin on January 7th and runs through June 5th. The tuition cost for the Spring 2014 Program is $425. Austin Independent School District students receive a special discounted rate of $395 per semester ($275 per trimester for St. Stephens students). Juniors Semester Tuition (including St. Stephens) can now be purchased online using credit cards or PayPal. Please include the name of the student in the note section when buying online, and bring your receipt to the club when redeeming your purchase.
To register, click on the Juniors Registration Forms, and complete the TRC Registration, Waiver, Signature Page, and Health form. Send those forms with your payment to our mailing address on the form. Or register by phone at 512-467-7799.
Click here to download the Juniors Information Packet with all the rules and guidelines. This is only available online.
Click here to learn more about our St Stephens Rowing Program.
Physical Education Credit
Texas Rowing Center is an approved provider for off campus for physical education credit. Our program satisfies all physical education credit requirements of AISD, Eanes, St. Stephen's, RRISD and others. Check with your school district to see if Texas Rowing Center is an approved provider for your school district. To receive AISD P.E. Credit, you must return the AISD Application and Waiver Package to your school counselor by January 7th. Start this process early! Click here on the link to download the AISD Application and Waiver Package. The application must have all approved signatures and be turned in by the 1st day of classes for the student to receive PE credit.
Our competitive program challenges those high-school students who want to train to race competitively in regattas. We hone the talents of each individual by improving fitness and developing technical proficiency. Athletes practice and race in sculling singles, doubles, quads, fours and eights. Our goal is to develop team boats capable of competing in regattas and winning state and national championships.
The Recreational Crew is the best option for students who are interested in rowing, but are not interested in competing. This program is perfect for new rowers and experienced rowers alike from grades 6 to 12. In addition to rowing, students learn to kayak, canoe, and stand-up paddle boards. The goal for crew members is to learn boating techniques and endurance, while experiencing the excitement of the water. Recreational Crew members are invited to participate in local regattas and inter-squad races.
Flexible Practice Schedule
The following program schedule provides maximum flexibility so that busy students can choose the practice schedule and degree of commitment to suit their individual goals:
Monday – 4:45pm to 6:30pm
Tuesday – 4:45pm to 6:30pm
Wednesday – 4:45pm to 6:30pm
Thursday – 4:45pm to 6:30pm
Friday – 4:45pm to 6:30pm (Competitive Crew only)
Saturday – 9:00am to 11:00am (Competitive Crew only); 11:00am to 1:00pm (Recreational Crew only)
Students may row up to five times per week, but must attend at least three sessions per week for PE credit.
Open House for the Spring 2014 Semester
Come learn more at one of our informative Parent Open House Orientation Sessions on the TRC dock:
Saturday - January 4, 2014 at Noon
Tuesday - January 7, 2014 at 5:00 PM (first day of semester)
Saturday - January 11, 2014 at Noon
All parents and students are welcome.