Write on Sports
Inspiring Students to Write by Writing About Sports
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.
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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.
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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
Double-play for literacy: Write on Sports broadens its impact with arts-focused summer camp debuting in July 2024
New program champions literacy for middle school students from underserved communities through the powerful lens of arts and the tools of journalism.
Network Sportscasters, N.J. Educator and Student Will be Recognized for Their Support and Participation with the Nonprofit Organization August 18,
The Write on Sports Alumni Panel Event at Montclair State University has been featured in the news on TAPinto.net West Orange.
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.
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.
New York Times
NCAA, Seton Hall University
New Jersey Devils