Sarnia School of Archery

Lessons and Events


The Sarnia School of Archery was formed in 2014 to meet the demand for a formal archery training program and facility within the city. 

Duncan - a husband, father, and grandfather, has been a Sarnia resident for most of his life and started the school on a hope and a prayer.

Tristan - a husband and father, has lived in Sarnia since 2004 and has been heavily involved in various coaching roles. Joining as a partner in 2017, Tristan has helped the business excel.


Archery is Fun!

With weekly scheduled lessons, drop-in lessons, parties,  corporate team building events and activities, the Sarnia School of Archery has something for everyone.

Training can start as early as 6 years old and as late as 94 years old. 

Whether you are looking for a unique birthday party experience or a chance to get to know your co-workers better, we have what you need!






Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.
                                 Malcom X

We are always excited to work within our community! We are eager to help our Scouts and Girl Guides earn their Archery badges; we have worked with the Sarnia Lambton Native Friendship Center, as well as Jumpstart, to bring Archery to Sarnia's youth, and we actively donate our time to Kids Fun Fest and several other community events.


In an effort to keep our students and our selves safe we ask that everyone respect social distancing protocols, stay home if you are unwell and use the sanitation station at the front of the shop upon entry. Masks are a personal preference for our students, buy we will be wearing them if we need to get close. 
Our normal class of eight has been reduced to six in order to maintain a social distance between students. We are sanitizing the equipment between students and we are wiping all high contact areas between classes. We thank you for you patience and vigilance as we integrate these new policies into our daily lives. Stay safe and thank you for supporting local!