OTFLA program is intended to recognize and celebrate the many instances where in-school archery, and the people involved with it, are positively impacting the lives of 2.23 million NASP…..
Nearly 1,400 youth from 72 schools participated in the state high school archery tournament in Minnesota in early April, representing only a fraction of the nearly 200,000 students in Minnesota…..
Students, parents, and coaches will be sporting their team colors, with archery bags in tow as they file into Louisville’s Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC), for the 2016 National Archery in…..
US and International response from educators and coaches to NASP’s new Academic Archer program continues to grow and is now over 5000 students entered into the program – 5,386 to be exact!
On the heels of the release of the NASP Academic Archer program, NASP launches the On Target for Life Awards Program.
NASP welcomes educators and coaches to its first ever NASP Educator and Coaches Conference July 29-30 in Lexington, KY.
The final scores from Saturday’s Arkansas National Archery in the Schools regional tournaments have been verified, and 100 teams are ready to advance to the ANASP State Championship in Hot…..
Kentucky NASP Experiencing a Record-Breaking Year!
It has come to our attention that situations are occurring where individual coaches are having their students use archery equipment on NASP ranges that far exceeds the safety tolerances of the…..
Educators from over 25 US states and Canadian Provinces have implemented the NASP Academic Archer Program with their students.
Since its inception in 2002, NASP has been proven to be a powerful motivational force for millions of participating students.
Every spring, forty-two states determine their state champion National Archery in the Schools Programs (NASP) archery teams to identify who may advance to NASP Nationals and then, if they are…..
Confidence, camaraderie, good sportsmanship, and motivation are attributes students, who participate in the National Archery in the School Program (NASP), gain year after year.
Over 40 NASP coaches, students and staff gathered at the headquarters of the Kentucky Association of School Administrators on Monday November 9th, to discuss ways to improve the rapidly growing…..
The National Archery in the School Program (NASP) welcomes highly respected and decorated educator, Dr. Thomas G. Floyd as its new Vice-President and General Manager.
On Thursday August 27, 2015 the British Virgin Islands officially became the newest Country in NASP.
The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) held their annual “Coordinators Conference” in Nashville, Tennessee July 20-22, 2015.
The hum of bowstrings radiated through Nashville, Tennessee’s Music City Center, as the top NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) archers from around the world employed their craft at the…
Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee was the place to be July 22-25 as the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) conducted its 2015 world tournament.
Try on these shoes: Imagine you are shooting five arrows for $20,000. You aren’t an adult professional archer, but a high school student.
Nashville, Tennessee, a.ka. Music City USA, home of The Country Music Hall of Fame and The Grand Ole Opry, will be pushing aside it’s cowboy boots and multi-gallon hats to make room for the 2015…
From Prince of Wales, Alaska to Washington DC, student archers, coaches, friends, and family descended upon Louisville’s Kentucky Exposition Center this past May 6-9.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to support and celebrate the first-ever National Archery Day set to take place on May 9, 2015.
This past March a home school teacher in Greenville, South Carolina, Colleen Pusateri contacted the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).
Kansas Archery in the Schools hosted its sixth annual state archery tournament, Saturday, March 28, at Clearwater High School.