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WAYS TO GET STARTED

Whether you join an existing club, start your own, or participate as a family, Stoa equips families and leaders with the training and resources needed to prepare students for success.

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JOIN A CLUB

There are hundreds of local Stoa clubs located all across the country. No two clubs are exactly alike. Each has the flexibility to determine their own time, day, length, and place of meeting. Club parents take an active role in supporting club activities as well as serving at local tournaments.

Additionally, there are online clubs where students can participate from their homes. Clubs are small communities, where coaches, parents, and alumni work together to train students toward the goal of Speaking Boldly and Changing the World for Christ.

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START A CLUB

Perhaps you live in an area without a Stoa club nearby. Don’t worry, we can help you start your own. When your family becomes a Stoa member you receive access to a trove of training materials. Our Club in a Box resource features lesson plans, activities, and resources to effectively train students. In addition, we can connect you with a mentor to help walk you through the process of starting a club step by step.

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PARTICIPATE AS A FAMILY

Depending on personal needs, it might make sense for students to train at home and participate as a family. Stoa gives you the freedom to do just that. When your family becomes a member of Stoa you receive access to all of our training resources. The good news is you will still have the same opportunity to build lifelong relationships as you attend and compete at Stoa tournaments.

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