Helping Kids One Shot
at a Time!
Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) is a team-based clay target
shooting program that is changing the lives of grade, middle and
high school students nation-wide and in Iowa. Through
organized clay target shooting, kids are learning lifelong skills
such as gun safety, teamwork, respect for self and others, mental
focus and self-discipline.
in 2006, the Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program, Inc. is committed
to supporting organized youth, high school and colligate clay target
shooting programs across the state of Iowa. Please view the news
page for current support programs.
can make a difference by making a tax-deductible donation to the
Iowa Scholastic Clay Target Program, Inc. - a 501(c)(3), charitable
corporation. The average cost for one student to participate
in one shooting discipline throughout the spring shooting season is
>$500, not including equipment costs. Your generous
contribution will help offset costs and will provide funding for
youth, high school and colligate shooting programs in Iowa.
Please view the sponsorship packages page
to find out how you can help!
by the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation and the national
governing bodies of each sport, SCTP has >10,000 participants
nationwide annually. In Iowa, the Iowa High School and Scholastic Clay Target Program
have a spring shooting season for
organized trap, skeet and sporting clays. Starting in March,
teams are lead by certified coaches, practices are conducted, and
local matches are held with neighboring teams. All of these
league shoots lead up to the Iowa High School and SCTP Championships
each May and June. For more information on the program or
how to start a program, contact the Iowa
Department of Natural Resources.