COMMUNITY PARTNERS

The National Academy of Athletics aims to develop mutually benefiting relationships with community partners. Through these partnerships, cities, schools and leagues are able to offer youth sports programs while maintaining or reducing their expenses and balancing budgets.

We provide local expertise and resources through a single point of contact for City Officials, Schools and Leagues to administer top quality youth sports programs.

We know demand for youth sports programs are increasing while City budgets and resources continue to decrease. We offer a solution.

FIGHTING CHILDHOOD OBESITY

• More than 12 million U.S. children are obese — one out of every six children.
• Obese children have an increased risk of developing a range of health problems, including high blood pressure and high cholesterol, which are both risk factors for heart disease.
• Obesity can also cause sleep apnea, bone and joint problems, and chronic health conditions such as asthma and type 2 diabetes.
• Obese children are at increased risk of being bullied and suffering from depression, while a healthy diet and physical activity in childhood is associated with better mental health.
• More than 200,000 youth under the age of 20 have type 2 diabetes, and many more are at risk for developing diabetes.
• Obese children are also likely to grow up to be obese adults, at risk for all health problems associated with obesity.

WE MAKE KIDS SMILE

When The NAofA community partners with Schools, City Rec Centers and Leagues, everybody wins!

KEEPING KIDS PLAYING SPORTS

• Children are being too pressured instead of encouraged.
• Children want to quit sports because their coaches push too hard and they are not having fun.
• Leagues need to be available to kids of all skill levels.

BUDGET CUTS IN SCHOOLS AND YOUTH CENTERS

• Schools no longer can afford a full time PE teacher. To meet their PE criteria their English or Science teacher is forced to stand outside while kids just sit around.
• Recreation Centers have had their budgets cut and have had to reduce their staff and therefore their programs. Partnering with the NAofA allows these facilities to offer the youth in their communities more affordable and professional youth sports programs.
• To have a truly awesome experience for your child when joining a League, allow the NAofA to provide the preseason training for all that are involved. We train coaches, parent volunteers, referees and give the kids an orientation of what their season will hold. This gets everyone on the same page and ensures fun for for everyone.

BRING THE NAofA TO YOUR COMMUNITY

If you are looking for a solution to keep quality Youth Sports Programs available for your community, get in touch today.

BECOME A COMMUNITY PARTNER

If you are a parent looking for a solution to keep quality Youth Sports Programs available for your children, get in touch today.

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OUR PREMIUM BENEFITS

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  • Local Area Captain to Manage Your Programs

  • 12 Different Team Sports to Choose From

  • Year Round Flexible Programming, Scheduling and Tuitions

  • NAofA Certified, Trained and Fingerprinted Coaching Staff

  • In House Design & Marketing Support Team to Increase Your Marketing Efforts

  • Full Administrative Services from a Team of Professionals

  • Integration into Local Leagues & Other Youth Organizations

  • Complete Registration & Accounting Capability

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Our Community Partners

The National Academy of Athletics partners with City Municipalities, Youth Leagues and Schools to provide organizations with professional trained Youth Coaches to ensure our Youth are provided with proper Physical Education Instruction.

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Chula Vista Rec
City of Watsonville Parks & Community Services
Rocklin Recreation
Tracy Parks & Recreation
City of San Marcos Park & Recreation
Orangevale Parks & Recreation District
City of Palo Alto Parks & Recreation
City of Morgan Hill
Los Gatos Recreation
City of San Leandro Parks & Recreation
Highland Parks & Recreation
City of Fairfield
Novato Little League North
St. Vincent de Paul High School
Mill Valley Recreation
Escondido Community Services
Alameda Recreation & Parks Department
City of Benicia Parks & Community Services
Burlingame Parks & Recreation
City of San Bruno Community Services

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