Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the activities of some extracurricular groups have been impacted. Please contact our school office to be referred to the appropriate staff member if you have questions or concerns.
Student Council of Elected Representatives (SCOER)
SCOER stands for Student Council of Elected Representatives. SCOER is one or our student leadership groups in the school. Students from grades 7-12 are encouraged to join.
We meet a couple of times a month afterschool to plan and organize social, wellness and philanthropy events for students.
SCOER Is On Instagram!
Students with Instagram are encouraged to follow SCOER for information and updates about SCOER events. Paul Rowe students can send a join request to: paulrowe.scoer
Students without Instagram should listen to the morning and afternoon announcements for this information.
Paul Rowe High School recognizes that extracurricular athletics promotes sportsmanship,
team building, good citizenship, high academic standards, and community responsibility.
Extracurricular athletics provide an opportunity for students to explore their unique
talents outside of the classroom setting.
Extracurricular Athletics Options:
- Cross Country Running
- Curling (Grades 10-12)
- Track and Field
Intraschool Extracurricular Athletics Options:
- Football via Peace River High School (Senior High)
For more information:
For more information about our extracurricular athletics program including seasons of play, fees, guidelines for student athletes and coaches, etc. please refer to the Raider's Athletics Handbook.
For further information, please contact our school office to be referred to the appropriate staff member.
S.A.D.D. (Students Against Drinking and Driving)
Paul Rowe’s S.A.D.D. chapter is very active in bringing awareness to students about the
dangers of Drinking and Driving. Speakers and various school and community activities are
supported by S.A.D.D.
Paul Rowe Travel Club
SORRY, OUR TRAVEL CLUB IS CURRENTLY INACTIVE DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
Every second year grade 11 and 12 students are given the opportunity to participate in a school organized trip to Europe. Planning and fundraising is organized by the parents and takes place over a two-year period. This is an excellent opportunity for students to travel and learn about different countries and their cultures.