The Papago Archery Association (PAA) JUNIOR OLYMPIC ARCHERY DEVELOPMENT (JOAD) program offers both recurve and compound archers the opportunity to learn range safety and proper shooting technique in an environment that also fosters focus, increased self-confidence, and team building skills. The Papago JOAD is open to any youth archer aged 8 to 20 and is designed to grow with the youth archer.
Similar in scope to the JOAD program, the Adult Archery Achievement Program (AAP) is a logical “next step” for adult archers pursuing this lifetime sport. In addition to receiving clear instruction and coaching, membership in the Adult Archery Program provides unique benefits to adults, including the opportunity to make new friends, a great upper-body workout, and the chance to build self-confidence, and learn team-building skills.
Whether your interest in archery is purely recreational, or an Olympic, Paralympic or World Championship dream, the Papago JOAD & Adult Archery Programs are designed to help you pursue all that archery has to offer.
The JOAD Achievement & Adult Archery Achievement Program rewards excellence and provides incentive, by allowing students the opportunity to earn awards for their scores, which become progressively more challenging as the archer’s skill level increases. Each archer can advance at his or her own pace. Success at each level is dependent on the individual’s skill and willingness to apply themselves through repetition. The Star Pins, Lanyards & Olympian Awards are available for both JOAD & Adult Archery Program participants.
The JOAD & Adult Archery Achievement Program is an effort to provide a basic organizational guide for both youth & adult archery activities. The United States Archery Association (USAA) is the guiding force for these potential Olympic and international archery contestants. These programs are also intended to provide the necessary guidance for the recreational archer who is interested in archery purely for the enjoyment of shooting a bow and arrow.
USA ARCHERY ACHIEVEMENT MATRICES (updated 2017)
Kevin Ikegami – Head Coach
Brooke Rosania – Assistant Coach
Lindsay Langston – Assistant Coach
Kelsey Lard – Assistant Coach
JOAD & ADULT ARCHERY PROGRAM FEES
Papago offers 2 different levels of JOAD/AAP participation. The cost (and family discount) for participation in the JOAD & Adult Archery Program* for a 6 month period, including Papago Archery Association Membership is as follows::
1 family member… $342.50
2 family members… $620.00 (20% off each addt’l JOAD fee)
3 Family Members…$890.00 (20% off each addt’l JOAD fee)
COMPETITIVE TEAM JOAD/AAP (Sunday Mornings 7-9 AM)
1 family member… $467.50
2 family members… $845.00 (20% off each addt’l JOAD fee)
3 Family Members…$1215.00 (20% off each addt’l JOAD fee)
*All JOAD & Adult Archery Program members are required to be members of PAA. This fee is included in the total above.*
Payments are due at the time of joining the JOAD/AAP and again at the 6 month renewal date. Purchasing a team shirt and being a member of USA Archery are requirements for the program. (Membership requirements).
Payment Options Include::
Cash or check payable to ‘Papago Archery Association’ is accepted for renewals. New members, please sign up online by clicking the button below.
For families with more than 4 members that will be participating in the JOAD and/or Adult Achievement Programs, please contact us for online payment assistance.
Please be ready to shoot by your session start time! This means you come early to setup your bows and targets. Be sure to setup at the far (west) side of the range if you are participating.
If you have any questions please contact: