More Than 10,000 Students Have Enrolled in the NASP Academic Archer Program

NASP Academic Archer Program Exceeds 10,000 Enrolled Students. NASP Academic Archer reaches all time high enrollment! Easton Technical Products, a long time supporter and manufacturer of the only approved NASP arrow, began discussions with NASP leadership about the success of the program. Easton quickly recognized the value of the AA recognition program and gladly jumped on board as its financial sponsor. Now in its second year, the academic recognition program has currently reached over 10,000 students in 39 jurisdictions for their success in the classroom and enrollments continue through April 30th. Roy Grimes, president of NASP® said, “We are so pleased that schools and educators continue to see NASP® as a tool to motivate their kids through AA. We are certainly excited, along with our partner, Easton Technical Products to be able to recognize our students with this type of recognition.” Dr. Tommy Floyd, NASP® Vice President and General Manager was elated that the numbers for AA have continued to climb. “Educators tell us that AA is a tool for them to motivate their student archers to succeed in the classroom. “ “Our next step with Academic Archer will be to help provide messaging to all NASP® participants on the importance of being prepared for College and Career. It is our intention to increasingly send the strongest of messages about how teaching archery as part of the in-school curriculum can be important to the mission of educators.

NASP Academic Archer reaches all time high enrollment!

The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) is an in-school archery curriculum that meets all education department standards.
National Archery in the Schools Program
National Archery in the Schools Program

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- In November of 2015, National National Archery in the Schools Program (NASO) leadership and a group of NASP educators and students met to discuss ways to further enhance the 15 year old program. One recommendation was to establish a uniform incentive and recognition format to recognize and promote academic achievement for participating NASP students.

The concept of a NASP Academic Archer was born. In its first year of implementation, AA finished with 8,517 students enrolled. Educators from 38 US states and two Canadian Provinces implemented the NASP Academic Archer Program with their students. Easton Technical Products, a long time supporter and manufacturer of the only approved NASP arrow, began discussions with NASP leadership about the success of the program. Easton quickly recognized the value of the AA recognition program and gladly jumped on board as its financial sponsor.

Now in its second year, the academic recognition program has currently reached over 10,000 students in 39 jurisdictions for their success in the classroom and enrollments continue…

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