Welcome to the home of Rebel Rowing! Rebel Rowing is a school-sanctioned athletic team of Jasper Place High School in partnership with the Edmonton Rowing Club. We provide a developmental-competitive rowing atmosphere for students in grades ten through twelve and participates in various events with local high schools as well as across Canada.

News & Updates

  • 2018-2019 Recruitment Information
    2018-2019 Recruitment Information

    The 2018-2019 rowing season is about to commence and we are welcoming new recruits to the team! Rebel Rowing held its first recruitment meeting last week with a turnout of over 40 people. We are excited to see interest in the program is expanding and that rowing is becoming better known in the school. This […]

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  • Rowing Orientation September 6th
    Rowing Orientation September 6th

    Jasper Place students, interested in trying something new this year? Want to figure out what rowing is all about? Rebel Rowing will be having a rowing orientation meeting for students on Wednesday, September 5th at lunch for all those who are interested in room 247. No experience is required and it is open to all […]

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  • Men Win Gold in High School Final
    Men Win Gold in High School Final

    The 2017-2018 rowing season FINALLY came to a close this past weekend with the ERC High School Regatta with the Men's Eight winning Gold in the Final.

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  • Gold, Silver & Bronze at Alberta Erg Champs!
    Gold, Silver & Bronze at Alberta Erg Champs!

    Rebels score in multiple categories.

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  • REBEL ROWING joins True Sport movement
    REBEL ROWING joins True Sport movement

    True Sport is a national movement for sport and community. At the heart of True Sport is a simple idea: good sport can make a great difference. As a proud member of the True Sport movement, REBEL ROWING believes in the difference that sport can make in the everyday lives of Canadians; to achieve this, […]

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the history, languages, ceremonies and culture of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit
who call this territory home.

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