The Scholastic Action Shooting Program is proud to auction the Michelle Viscusi Pro Shooting Signature Glock 34 pistol. Bidding is live now.
The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) recently donated $451,258.50 to Team Endowment Accounts at the MidwayUSA Foundation, providing assistance
Continuing the SSSF Scholarship Program, the 501(c)(3) foundation has awarded 150 graduating senior athletes with $500 scholarships for the 2019/2020 season.
SSSF is once again offering our scholarship program to reward deserving, graduating seniors in the SCTP and SASP with needed college assistance.
At this year’s SCTP National Championships, athletes from 31 states competed in the 2019 SCTP All-State Championship Competition in skeet, trap, and sporting clays.
Hodgdon powders has been a long-time sponsor of the Scholastic Clay Target Program and continues to do so again in 2019.
Gene Overstreet and Phil Murray have recently joined the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) Board of Directors.
Gracin Anderson, Erin Lokke, and AJ Nomina battled for four days through gusting winds, freezing rain, and falling snow.
Hunt with shotgun world record-holder Dave Miller and Wingshooting USA host Scott Linden, or win a shooting clinic. Share your sport, work as a team and win two ways.
The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Browning are pleased to announce the winner of the 2018 Browning Scholarship earned at the National Championships in Marengo, Ohio
Youth from 26 states participated in the eight-day event with 2,692 competitors putting over one million rounds down range.
Over 200 junior International Trap and Skeet athletes converged in Colorado Springs June 21-29 for the 2018 USA Shooting Junior Olympic National Championships.
Due to the large number of entries received, the SASP is in need of volunteer Safety Officers to help run the shooting event.
Scholastic Clay Target Program National Team member Maddy Bernau has only been shooting International Trap for a brief four years but her commitment to this sport was significantly rewarded last month
The May 24-28, 2018 SCTP JODC was a huge success seeing 25 athletes and 7 coaches from 17 states across the country!
Imagine being 19 years old and in a different country, standing on an awards podium flanked by two of the best skeet shooters in the world, watching the American flag rise while the national anthem
CZ-USA announced recently that they will sponsor the SCTP again as a Platinum Level ($20,000+) Sponsor for the 2018 shooting year!
300 6 through 12th graders comprising two dozen youth shotgun teams convened at Ellis County Sportsman’s Club just 20 miles away for the Scholastic Clay Target Program’s 2018 Texas State Shotgun Champ
The All Scholastic Team recognizes achievements of student athletes in the shooting sports for their accomplishments in the classroom, in their communities and on the range.
The SCTP would like to thank RIO ammunition for its continued support of our youth program!