- Hall's Arrow schedules classes for beginners and national champions alike.
- All class sizes are kept at the maximum of twelve students.
- We offer ten and twelve week sessions during the fall, winter and spring seasons.
- In the spring we schedule a ten week leagues indoors, and a ten week training outdoors for advanced students who wish to develop their outdoor tournament skills.
- Our class are made up of two different skill levels, starting with our "beginner" classes, followed by our "advanced" training program.
Under no circumstance is any student pushed into competition. We progress at our own pace, in our own time. Archery is an individual sport and there is no pressure to go into compeition. Shooting archery is its own reward. However, all of our students are coached by the most qualified archery instructors to be found anywhere. Roxanne Reimann, who is our range manager and lead JOAD coach, started her journey in archery when she was nine years old, under the guidance of Tricia Hall who held many national titles, and two world championships. Over the next ten years Roxanne assisted Tricia in our JOAD programes and went on to win her 1st outdoor title in 1995, and in doing so established all but on national record. She was a member of the U.S.A. archery team for eight consecutive years, winning national titles along the way, including a silver medal at the 2000 World Team Championships. The tournament success of Hall's Arrow JOAD students has been well documented over the years by winning major tournaments where ever they compete. In the past fifteen years our students have won more than 300 first place championships in state, regional and national competitions. In addition, four Hall's Arrow students were part of the U.S. World Archery Team and one student, Karen Scavato, was on the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team.