Scholastic 3-D Archery – S3DA – Scoring: How it Works

Scholastic 3-D Archery – or S3DA, as it’s being called – is an off-shoot of the Scholastic Archery Association that’s dedicated to getting kids up through high school age involved in 3-D archery.

Chapters of S3DA are forming all across the country as more and more kids discover how challenging and fun 3-D archery can be.

In this video, Heather Pfeil, Lancaster Archery Academy’s program coordinator, talks about how the scoring works under S3DA. Pfeil explains the scoring system while standing next to a 3-D deer target that would be used at S3DA-sanctioned shoots.

Lancaster Archery Academy plans to host an S3DA basic instructor course in July, which will teach potential instructors about S3DA’s rules, practices and programs. If you’re interested in attending, sign up here.