Rowing at St. George's School is one of the premier high school programs in Canada. Boasting a large coaching staff comprised of a mixture of professional coaches, staff, and Old Boys, ensure each athlete can develop their skills and use rowing as a model in becoming a fine young man.
Athletes can expect to train two-to-six days a week, on-campus or on the water at the James M.S. Lecky UBC Boathouse with a fleet composed of Hudson Boatworks shells. The team also travels to Sacramento, California during spring break for a training camp. This gives an opportunity for the boys to come together as a team and build confidence in their abilities and themselves.
Rowers compete in numerous regattas year-round in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island, culminating in the CSSRA Championships hosted in St. Catharines, Ontario.