Archery

Email questions to eaglesnestarchery@yahoo.com 

2016 Fall class registration begins June 25th at Round Up.  If there are additional spots open, registration will continue through August 1st. If the class is full at Round Up, we will begin a wait list.  We do not provide refunds, if you decide to drop the class.

After Round Up, there will be a message posted to let you know if there are still spots open and how to send in your registration.

Two five week classes will be offered in the fall:

Archery 1 and Archery 2

Students must complete Archery 1 and 2 to join the Eagles Nest Archery Team.  However, students can take both classes and not join the team or just take Archery 1, if no plans to join the team.

basic archery instruction

Instructors: Rodger and Darla Garrison, Tammy Porch, Dustin Koritko, all NASP Certified Basic Archery Instructors

Location: Heatherwood Baptist Church Gym

Class Dates and Times:

Archery 1-Introductory Archery Class.  Students learn the 11 Steps to Archery and eventually shoot at the 10m distance.

Aug 25th, 3:30pm-5:30pm  *note additional time needed
Sept 1st, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Sept 8th, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Sept 15th, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Sept 22nd, 3:30pm-4:30pm

Archery 2-Advanced Archery Class *students must have completed Archery 1.  Students begin shooting from the 15m.

Sept 29th, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Oct 6th-break, no archery class
Oct 13th, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Oct 20th, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Oct 27th, 3:30pm-4:30pm
Nov 3rd, 3:30pm-4:30pm

Credit: Physical Education – this may count towards a PE credit for HS aged students.

Students: Min 10-Max. 20 students per class, 4th-12th grade

Archery lessons are presented in a sequence that promotes safety and the learning of sound archery basics. Before learning to shoot a bow, the student will first learn how to maintain archery’s impeccable safety record. The new archer will learn the basics of form as taught by the String Bow and Eleven Steps to Archery Success. The student is guided through a demonstration of how a safe archery range is operated and how to properly shoot an arrow. For more information about NASP, visit www.archeryintheschools.org.

*All students who desire to compete on the Eagles Nest Archery Team and in NASP sanctioned tournaments must complete this course to be eligible.

Materials Provided: Only one bow is used in NASP, the universal-fit Genesis compound, and one type of arrow, the full-length Eastern Genesis aluminum arrow. Sights, release aids, and stabilizers are kept out of NASP. Equipment will be provided by the instructors.

Total Class Fee: Archery 1 class– $60.  IF taking both Archery 1 & 2 Classes – $100 for all classes. Classes include use of all materials and equipment.  Make checks payable to ENCHEA.  Make sure to write Archery 1 & 2 or just Archery 1 on your payment slip with the amount.

Instructor Fee:  None

Requirements:  must be a member of EN and wear closed toed shoes to practice.

***We will not offer a winter class.

(Eluminatus/Bridge registration not needed for this program. Register for Eluminatus or Bridge classes separately from Archery)