Grow with a Bow
There is a champion in each and every one of us!
Archery is a perfect way to grow and achieve for all those who are not drawn to team sports. Join our growing family of dedicated and very stubborn target hitters.
Archery is not just another backyard pastime. It is an Olympic sport and one of the oldest competitive activities known to man. We approach it with the respect and seriousness it deserves and we pass this attitude on to our students.
Our job is to help all our students achieve success in archery and contribute to their personal growth.
Toronto School of Archery is a not-for-profit amateur sports club dedicated to supporting children and adults towards success in the sport of archery, as well as the propagation of Olympic spirit and ideals.
It was started in 1994 by Maciej Karlowski, a youth worker, as one of the programs offered by the Stonegate Community Health Centre under the name of Stonegate Archery Club, which produced national champions. In the fall of 2001 it became Toronto School of Archery and we continue to provide the opportunity for personal growth and athletic excellence for archery enthusiasts of all ages who love archery and have Olympic dreams. For us the sky is the limit!
Good shooting to all!
Thinking of joining us? We welcome new archers. Please drop by to watch a class and meet the coach before signing up. If a class is full or very busy, Coach will not be free to chat immediately. The best time to visit is between 7 and 7:30.
The Etobicoke Olympium
590, Rathburn Rd.
Saturdays and Sundays ONLY, 8:30 – 11:30 AM.
The Gymnasium of the Church of St. Columba and all Hallows
2723 St. Clair Ave, East, just East of O’Connor Dr.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 6 – 9 pm
Note: Our classes here are full. Until further notice, we are unable to take new students at this location.
We are open during the school year and closed for school holidays: Christmas Break, March Break, and summer months.