Cardboard Boat Race is one of the most exciting and anticipated events of the year.  Given only a few sheets of cardboard, a cutting tool and some tape, students work in groups to construct boats that will hold for both a timed race and a weight challenge. 

Traditionally:
50 teams of students compete in two divisions: Senior (grades 10–12) and Junior (grades 7–9). In addition to points for speed in the timed race and time afloat during the weight test, teams are evaluated on their design, construction quality, teamwork, and visual appeal.

COVID-19 update:
Assuming Stage 2 is still in effect, racers will be divided into 3 groups of 15 teams, with a staggered start time. Each group will build, race then leave campus (no lunch included). The awards ceremony will occur virtually. AHS safety protocols will be followed. Precise details will be shared once they are all confirmed.
Career Transitions commits to a decision on this event by January 15, 2021. 

Date: April/May 2021
Time: staggered at 3 different start times
Location: University of Lethbridge

Watch for registration details in January

Registration links: Will be posted in January.

Registration package: Will be posted in January.

Schedule

Will be posted in January.

Parking Information (effective November 2, 2017)

Bus parking is available in Lot Q (outside the stadium) and will not require a pass.  Please drop students off in front of the 1st Choice Savings Centre then park in the gravel area at the stadium.

General vehicle parking is available in Lot N for $1.50/hour up to a maximum of $10.00 for a full day of parking.

Please be aware that parking in any of the other lots could result in ticketing.  Career Transitions is not responsible for any parking tickets issued to participants.

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2017 Cardboard Boat Race Success

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