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Below you will find some of our most Frequently Asked Questions:
- What shooting discipline does Scholastic Action Shooting Program use?
- What is needed to form a team?
- What are the requirements for becoming a head coach?
- How old does someone have to be to participate?
- How many shooters can be on our team?
Our discipline is speed shooting on steel targets, which is unique to our program, combining the best features of other disciplines to allow student athletes to practice and participate in exciting matches with less specialized equipment.
You need a head coach and a minimum of four athletes who want to form a team and be able to compete in matches that are held locally, by state, regionally, and nationally, plus a place where the athletes can practice their skills.
A head coach must be a qualified instructor and at least 21 years old.
Our Junior Division is for athletes 12 to 16 years old.
Our Senior Division is for athletes 17 to 20 years old.
Our Collegiate Division is for anyone who is enrolled as a full-time college student.
The minimum squad size is four (4) shooters. Teams must have at least one full squad to become an officially recognized SPP team. There is no upper limit to the number of members on a team and no limit to the number of squads a team may field.