Tee IT Up In Gym Class

In elementary schools in our community and across the United States, many students are teeing off for the first time thanks to The First Tee National School Program, bringing our curriculum to your child’s gym during physical education class. By teaching elementary students The First Tee’s Nine Core Values and Nine Healthy Habits, we’re putting them on the course to a healthy and active lifestyle.

Program Objectives

  • Create a safe introduction to golf for today’s students and teachers.
  • Ensure that golf education meets the same national standards developed by the Society for Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE).
  • Help students build character and confidence through the positive personal and social values associated with the game.
  • Show students that golf can be a great part of a healthy and active lifestyle.
  • Make the positive values of golf a part of the classroom and students’ everyday lives.

Participating Schools

Allen Ellender Elementary
Alice M. Birney Elementary
Capdau Elementary
Cherbonnier/Rillieux Elementary
Lawrence Crocker College Prep
Eisenhower Academy
Fischer Academy
Gretna Academy #2
Hynes Charter School
JC Ellis Elementary
Phillis Wheatley Community School
Johnson Gretna Park Elementary
McDonogh 32 School
Medard Nelson Charter School
Metairie Park Country Day School
William Hart Elementary
Success Prep Academy
Belle Chasse Academy
Akili Academy
St. Michael Special School
Langston Hughes Academy
Alice Harte Charter School
KIPP Central City Academy
Bricolage Academy
Lake Forest Charter School
Lycee Francaise
Audubon Charter School
International School LA
Pine View Middle School
Coghill Elementary
Behrman Charter School
Kenner Discovery Health Science Academy
Homer Plessy Community School
Green Charter School
Lusher Charter School
Educare Early Childhood Education
ReNew Schaumberg
ReNew Sci Tech
James Singleton Dryades Charter
KIPP Morial
St. Charles Borromeo School

To learn more about the National School Program or for more information about how you can bring the NSP to your school, click HERE!