Write on Sports

Inspiring Students to Write by Writing About Sports

Our Impact

Write on Sports helps middle school students from underserved communities develop reading and writing skills and build self-confidence using the lens of sports and the tools of journalism. Middle school students enhance their critical thinking and learn how to effectively tell stories at our tuition-free writing programs. Most of all, they learn that anything is possible with passion, effort, and the support of people who care.

Years of Success
Students Served
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Communities Served Nationwide
Teacher / Student Ratio
1 :1

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Corporate sponsorship of the Write on Sports’ many creative writing programs helps provide valuable opportunities for companies to support literacy skills for middle school students from underserved communities.

Change a student’s life, and give them a path to accomplish their dreams.

Great futures start here: YOU can make a difference!

Write on Sports works with at-risk middle school students to improve their creative writing skills by tapping into their passion for sports at our writing programs.

News & Events

The Student Experience

Student Work Spotlight

An Overview of How Snowboarding Affects Someone’s Everyday Life

By Earl H. III

Snowboarding is a wintertime sport that is rapidly growing in popularity. Snowboarding is an entertaining and enjoyable activity for everyone, and research states that it is really beneficial.

Team Players

The Write on Sports Literacy Ambassadors are professional journalists and athletes who interact with students and support the growth of the organization throughout the year.

Peter King Headshot

Peter King

NBC Sports

Harold Reynolds Headshot

Harold Reynolds

MLB Network

James Wagner Headshot

James Wagner

New York Times

Jamie Hersch Headshot

Jamie Hersch

NHL Network

Jenny Vrentas Headshot

Jenny Vrentas

Sports Illustrated

Chris Carlin Headshot

Chris Carlin

ESPN Radio

Dave Popkins Headshot

Dave Popkin

NCAA, Seton Hall University

Doug Doyle Headshot

Doug Doyle


Matt Loughlin Headshot

Matt Loughlin

New Jersey Devils

Kathryn Tappen Headshot

Kathryn Tappen

NBC Sports