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The Sharon Sailor Handbook

There is a lot of useful educational material on this website including information on rigging, rules, racing techniques, boat handling, and the finer points of team racing. Once you get the password from a coach or team member, view this material that was painstakingly prepared for all SHS sailors by clicking the Handbook tab above or here.

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For school sports information in general, check out the Sharon HS Athletics Site.

2017 Fall Season Start

The 2017 Fall season will begin on Monday, August, 28, 2017. The time on Monday will be 3:00-6:30pm, and it will be 1:00-4:30pm on Tuesday.

2017 Spring Season Highlights

2017 was another record breaking year! Early in the season, we placed 2nd in the Courageous Kickoff Regatta and 1st in the Sharon Invitational. We then went 18 and 3 in our team race meets, 9 and 0 within the A Division of our league. In the NESSA Terk Team Race Championship in Portland, ME, we took 2nd place, our highest finish ever.

In fleet racing, we placed 2nd in our O'Day Qualifier and 7th out of 48 schools at the finals. On the merits of our O'Day finish, we were invited to a national regatta in Annapolis, MD.

For the second year in a row, we won the overall trophy at the Massachusetts Bay League's fleet race championship, a huge two day, four fleet regatta, against 26 other schools. Finally, in our best finish ever, we took 2nd place (only losing to Milton Academy) in the "States" Championship at MIT.

In 2017, Sharon was the best public school sailiing team in Massachusetts!

Sailing Team Movies Are Online

The 2016/2017 SHS sailing team movie is now online along with movies from past years. They are unlisted and can only be accessed by someone with the links which can be found on our Photos page.

Words Of Wisdom

“The goal is not to sail the boat, but rather to help the boat sail herself.”
                                     –John Rousmaniere