Bonner & PRENDIE Crew

Bonner & PRENDIE Crew

Bonner & PRENDIE Crew Bonner & PRENDIE Crew Bonner & PRENDIE Crew


Register Your Rower


Register your student rower (this will take you another website we use specifically for registrations). Please follow all they way through, so that you're rower will be insured.  Full payment is due by Feb 15th.

US Rowing


All rowers need to be registered with US Rowing (good for one full calendar year).  Pick Individual Basic membership and keep note of your rower's US Rowing #.  Our organization is listed under 'Bonner Rowing Association - Bonner & Prendergast Catholic High School'



Philadelphia Scholastic Rowing Association - all rowers need to complete the waiver (no fee) each season.  This waiver will be available in March.  

Regatta Central


Check schedules and results for all the race days.

Schuylkill Navy


Stotesbury Regatta, the largest high school regatta in the country, is run by the Schuylkill Navy. 


Your support will enable us to continue rowing from boathouse row and develop the love of rowing in MBAP high school students!

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Our History

Team photo taken at the Penn AC boathouse the day of the Catholic races in 2019.

Bonner Crew has a long, proud and storied history.  Bonner's rowing program began in 1953, the same year Bonner opened its doors.  Prendie Crew began in 1995.  Our program has had tremendous success throughout the past 60+ years, with our young men and women rowing out of the Penn AC Boat Club located along the historic Boathouse Row on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.  Our teams have won races in many regattas, including the Catholic League Championships, City Championships, and National Championships.

 In addition, both teams have a proud tradition of success at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta.  The Stotesbury is the largest high school regatta in the world, where more than 5,000 rowers from over 200 schools come to Philadelphia and the Schuylkill River each May to compete.  Many of our rowers have gone on to row in college, on U.S. National teams, and in the Olympics.