AJRA - Atlanta Junior Rowing Association

About AJRA

Atlanta Junior Rowing Association was founded in 1988 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit club sport dedicated to providing rowing opportunities for high school students throughout Metro Atlanta. The program started as a small club rowing out of the Atlanta Rowing Club’s boathouse. By the late 1990s, AJRA had grown so much that it needed its own boathouse. In the fall of 2000, the club negotiated with the City of Roswell to construct a boathouse at its present address on Azalea Drive.  AJRA has since grown in size and today has more than 200 rowers from middle schools and high schools throughout the Atlanta area.  Celebrating its 30th year of rowing on the Chattahoochee with the 2017-2018 season, AJRA is the largest and most successful high school rowing program in Georgia.

Over 75 high schools and middle schools are currently represented within AJRA, including Roswell, Walton, Johns Creek, Milton, Cambridge, Northview, Pope, Centennial, Milton, Alpharetta, Blessed Trinity, Mount Vernon, Westminster, Woodward and many others.