Inspire Clay Target Sports Team
The Inspire High School Clay Target Team will participate in GAYESS – Georgia Youth Education in Shooting Sports, a part of USAYESS. The League is the independent provider of clay target shooting sports as an extracurricular co-ed and adaptive activity for high schools and students in grades 6 through 12.
Coach: Marvin Baskin, Sr and Kristy Short - email@example.com
Inspire Homeschool Academy: 678-675-7240 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $150 per year, includes team shirt and league fees.
Equipment: We rent firearms, ammunition is purchased at the gun club. Each student athlete will be responsible for the cost of their firearm rental, ammunition purchase, and shooter fee. This is not included in your registration. This cost is around $20 per week.
Registration Deadline Due: Friday, April 1 - FORMS AND FEES ARE DUE BY THIS DATE:
Forms may be dropped off in person at Inspire Homeschool Academy on Tuesdays.
AVOID THE LINE - scan and email to - email@example.com (subject line skeet) and payment made via credit card. An invoice will be sent once your registration for is received.
Try-Outs: There are no try-outs. All who register will make the team. You do not have to have prior gun or shooting knowledge to join the team. You will be taught by certified coaches from our team and at the gun club.
Certification: All student athletes must have a state-issued hunter education certificate or the League’s safety certification to participate. This link will be provided prior to our first shoot.
Uniforms: Shooters will be required to purchase ear and eye protection. Hunt vest suggested.
Practices Held: Monday 1pm at Atlanta Skeet Club - Tom Lowe Shooting Grounds - 3070 Merk Rd. SW, Atlanta, GA 30349 Due to gun safety - parents are required to stay during practices.
Matches: You do not need to travel for matches! We compete virtually!
Weekly matches are at practices, starting in April.
(Final Schedule TBA) Practices expected to be Mondays at 1pm - April and May
There may be a few slight alterations due to Spring Break or school play conflicts.