Archery is a sport with thousands of years of history - from primitive man to the modern Olympic games. It is a sport where individuals can get together and shoot at targets while socializing and learning a new skill. At Hart House you can:


The HHAC opperates during UofT's Winter and Fall Sessions, and closes for the Summer season around the time of final exams. For sessional dates, please visit the A&S Calendar.


Club Membership

The cost of joining the club is $20+tx (for new members) and $15+tx (for returning members).

New Memberships are sold in September and January each year, and last until the club closes for the summer in April. Please note that we do limit New Memberships so stay tuned to our Announcements page for sale times and arrive early.

Joining the club in this capacity gets you a mandatory, one-time Beginner Lesson, and allows you access to the range twice a week during Open Range hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays 5pm-8pm. All the necessary equipment is provided at no additional cost, and coaching is available to those who want to improve their form.

HHAC is primarily a recreational club, which means there is no minimum time commitment necessary to join. Just get ready to have fun and learn a new skill at a pace determined by you.


Registered Classes

The registered classes are a different entity from the club. Direct any questions about the classes here: inquiries@harthouse.ca.


LEVEL I Monday Night Classes

Each session includes five, 50-minute lessons including a Beginner Lesson, coaching by NCCP certified coaches, mini-lessons on elements of the form, and archery games. In the last class you will shoot a score to test your skills. There will be two sessions during both the Fall and Spring term.

While the cost is higher, at $67+tx, each class is capped at 8 participants, ensuring more intensive coaching, more shooting time, and more space.


LEVEL II Wednesday Night Classes

Each session includes five, 80-minute lessons as a continuation of the Monday night classes. This is for archers wanting to hone their skills further and learn more about equipment and technique. The Level II classes will be shooting at greater distance, and includes an exercise component aimed at strengthening core muscles and shoulder stability.In the last class you will shoot a score to test your skills. There will be two sessions during both the Fall and Spring term.

While the cost is higher, $90+tx, each class is capped at 8 participants, ensuring more intensive coaching, more shooting time, and more space.

You can check out these classes and register on the Hart House Registered Classes website.