LEVEL II SCULLING 

Located at Bare Hill Pond, Harvard, MA
Take the next step in our Level II Course
Sculling for Intermediate Rowers - Youth (12 years+) to Adults  

Level II Sculling is for the individual who has completed a Learn to Row: Intermediate level sculling program or has previous sculling/sweep rowing experience. This class will take you to the next level of rowing or provide a refresher course for those who have been out of rowing for a while. Scullers will be a regular (narrower) width boat and may be part of a team boat such as a Quad or a Double. The goal of the class is to help you improve your rowing skills and be given simple workouts to execute. We offer four 1.20 hour classes.

Passing a flip test is mandatory and will be part of the beginning of the class. If you passed a flip test at the end of your LTR class, that will be counted. Coaches will determine a participant's class readiness at their discretion.

 A flip test shows your ability to flip a single while in it and then get back into the boat without assistance. A coach will supervise this test. If you are unable to complete getting back into the single, you will be required to wear a waist style life preserver. It looks like a fanny pack and can be worn while rowing.

Classes meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Session Dates: Limited to 4 rowers per class; each class is 80 minutes long.

 Level II Sculling Sessions

Harvard Resident

Non-Resident*

Timeslot Options

June 28-29 & July 5-6

Classes meet Tuesday & Wednesday
4 classes

(Youth & Adults)

$125

$160

8:00am - 9:20am
 

July 12-13 & July 19-20
Classes meet Tuesday & Wednesday

4 classes 

(Youth & Adults)

$125

$160

8:00am - 9:20am

July 26-27 & August 2-3
Classes meet Tuesday & Wednesday

4 classes 

(Youth & Adults)

$125

$160

8:00am - 9:20am 

 

         *Additional $35 covers the tariff paid by BHRA to the Town of Harvard for inclusion of non-town tax paying members.

PARKING RESTRICTIONS

PARKING AT POND
  • Harvard residents WITHOUT beach parking stickers and for non-residents: NO parking at the beach for summer rowing. Please use the lot at the top of the hill (below the library lot). It’s a 5’ walk to the pond on the path to the right of the road.
  • Harvard residents WITH beach parking stickers who are only participating in the rowing program are also asked to park in the lot at the top of the hill (not library) as well. This is to ensure parking at the beach for those folks taking programs offered by the town. BHRA requests your cooperation.

 

All registrants, please follow these steps:

PAYMENTS AND SWIM TEST SUBMISSIONS MUST BE DONE ONLINE.
We will not accepts checks or paper copies of swim form.

  1. Complete the online registration.
  2. ​Complete swim test document, scan and upload in registration (Download form)
    If you have participated in a BHRA program and have already submitted a Swim Test, you do not need to provide another one.
  3. Payment online only at the end of registration.

Swim Test - required even for skilled swimmers, unless BHRA has yours on file.​​​​ Please scan and submit the document in pdf format as part of your registration by uploading it in the registration question that asks for it.  No jpegs, please.

  • To set up a swim test:
    - Contact Swymfit in Boxborough (978-635-0500) or use your local pool. 
    - Contact Courtney Clark (certified Lifeguard and BABR  graduate) for a swim test held at Bare Hill Pond.

If your registration is NOT 100% complete on the first day of class, you will NOT be allowed to participate in the program.

Questions?
Please direct program questions to: Holly Hatton
Registration questions and forms, send to: summer@barehillrowing.com