ST. ED'S SUMMER ROWING CAMPS

St. Ed's Learn-to-Row Youth Summer Camp

The Foundry (1831 Columbus Road, Cleveland, OH 44113) 

Rowing Camp 1: July 11-15 :: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 

Rowing Camp 2: August 15-19 :: 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 

Boys, Grades 7-8 and Incoming St. Ed's Freshmen

$225 per session 

Contact: Head Rowing Coach Will Fistek: wfistek@sehs.net

These one-week camps are meant to introduce 7th and 8th grade future Eagles to the sport of rowing. St. Edward High School is offering a learn to row camp for any 7th and 8th grade boy who is looking to experience what it is like to row on the Cuyahoga River (and maybe even Lake Erie, whether permitting!) No prior rowing experience is required to participate in this camp. All that is required is a can-do attitude and a willingness to learn while having fun. Parents: Please note that all minors who participate in the sport of rowing are required to fill out the forms linked below.

All campers should prepare for practice by bringing water bottles and snacks and applying necessary amounts of sunscreen. It is recommended that campers wear tight fitting shorts and/or trou shorts to ensure not getting stuck in the rowing equipment. 

St. Ed's Varsity Rowing Summer Camp

The Foundry (1831 Columbus Road, Cleveland, OH 44113) 

Week 1: June 6-10

Week 2: June 13-17

Week 3: June 20-24

Week 4: June 27 - July 1

4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

St. Edward Rowers (who have completed at least one season of competitive rowing)

One Week: $125

Two Weeks:  $250

Three Weeks: $350 

Four Weeks: $400

Contact: Head Rowing Coach Will Fistek: wfistek@sehs.net

This camp is meant to further develop the rowers’ fitness and technical skills on the water in order to build camaraderie and momentum for the school year rowing racing seasons. Any top tier competitive high school rowing team undoubtedly has their rowers train in the off season. Seeing as the sport calls for an immense amount of technical proficiency on the water, aerobic/ strength fitness, and mental fortitude, a summer varsity camp is undoubtedly necessary for any team that is trying to build up to its competitive capabilities. While this camp is not mandatory, it is highly recommended to any St. Ed’s rowers that are looking to gain a leg up on their opponents. 

All rowers should prepare for practice by bringing water bottles and snacks and applying necessary amounts of sunscreen