Archery in the Schools

  • Many Walmart stores will begin to carry the NASP®-approved Genesis bow, and 2,100 stores across the country will establish a NASP®-approved archery section within their sporting goods department. Walmart will carry archery accessories including Easton arrows, flipper arrow rests, quivers, fletching and soft bow cases. Maurice Sporting Goods, a 45-year sporting goods vendor partner with Walmart, is supplying Walmart stores with this exciting new lineup of NASP®-approved Easton/Genesis Youth Archery accessories.  These items are just now being brought into select locations, and in early 2016 a significant number of Walmart stores across the country will begin to carry them year-round!

  • What NASP Is About The Archery in the Schools Program is designed to introduce target archery in 4th thru 12th grade physical education classes during the school day. To date, over 500 schools representing 78 counties statewide have adopted the program. Nationwide millions of students have safely participated in the program. Find out how your school can get involved today!
  • Why Join the Program? PDF iconArchery is a sport nearly everyone can be successful at regardless of age, size or physical ability. Statistics show that school archery programs engage more students in the educational process, improve classroom performance and reduce drop out rates.
  • State Tournament Information Click on the link above for more information about the annual State Championship NASP Tournament, including details about registration, rules, and forms for ordering t-shirts, banners and scorecards.
  • NASP Testimonials Learn how NASP has impacted the lives of students, teachers and parents
  • line of students with bows and arrows in front of targets, ready to shoot for archery tournament Archery in the schools program 'just keeps growing' More than 600 students participated in the 2015 statewide archery tournament for youngsters in the National Archery in the Schools Program. The program is designed for students in fourth through 12th grades. It's about archery as a recreational activity, a sport and a learning experience. According to the teams' coaches, it's succeeding on all those levels.

How to Get Started


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    If you would like to Adopt-A-School, please contact DNR Archery Education Coordinator Kathy Garland at 313-396-6871 or