The National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) originated in Kentucky and is geared toward target and 3D archery. There are over 12,200 schools in over 10 countries with over 2.1 million students that participate in this program. In Nova Scotia we currently have 31 schools participating in the program and are continuously looking for opportunities to grow this number and introduce more youth to the sport of archery.
AANS has been training some of its club members for certification in the NASP Basic Archery Instructor (BAI) program allowing them to be able to work within your schools, should you desire any assistance. AANS will also help arrange training for teachers or volunteers that may be interested in instructing your NASP program. If your school board needs additional persons trained, please let us know- we would love to help.
If you are interested in introducing the NASP program into your school please contact AANS. We will help guide you through what is needed for the program, costs associated, available funding, etc.
Please check out the link below to take a look at the outline for a NASP Course. If you are interested in taking part in a course or hosting for a small group please contact Ryan Francisand Don Lohnes.