Youth Sailing Lessons

Lessons at the clubhouse familiarize students with the boats and sailing concepts prior to sailing on the water.

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Registration for 2016 is now available! Click the images below to register.

Youth Sailing

Week-long sailing camps for kids ages 6-17 of all abilities, from first-timers through experts.

Youth Racing

Four-week programs of half-days for kids interested in competitive sailing; includes participation in local regattas.

Spring & Fall High-school Racing

Competitive sailing for 7th-12th graders. The programs include training on the St. Croix plus participation in high school regattas throughout the region.

Adult Sailing

Lessons for adults of any experience from first-timers to seasoned pros.
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Any registered 2016 student, High School age or younger, will receive an SCSS T-Shirt if they refer a friend who registers for the school in 2016! Click here for more details.

The first class this year is the Spring High-School Racing session. It is open to all kids from any school - grades 7-12. No experience necessary. Compete in local and regional regattas; you can even qualify for the national championship! Practices start after ice-out, typically two days a week after school. Regattas are generally Saturdays. The emphasis is on fun and learning, if you can't make every practice and every regatta, no problem.
Saint Croix Sailing School Inc. is about encouraging and promoting the growth of junior sailing in the St. Croix River area. Focused on children and teens from ages 6 through high school, SCSS is founded on the premise that sailing is unique in the developmental opportunities it offers to young people. In addition to sheer fun and the opportunity to develop life-long boat handling and racing skills, sailing builds character through its time-honored emphasis on self-reliance, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

Scholarships are made possible with support from the Young Family Fund of the Eau Claire Community Foundation and others, and are available to families in need of financial assistance; please see the FAQs for more information.