High School Bowling Club
Since 1998 proprietors and coaches have made the Wisconsin HS Bowling Club a success. With over 2,300 high school bowlers and 185 high schools competing last year; bowling centers, coaches and volunteers provide bowlers a chance to grow their skills.
Teams compete in district competition in hopes of bowling in the WI High School Bowling Club State Championships.
The FREE Bowler’s Ed curriculum adheres to common core educational standards, includes cross-curriculum activities for grades K-8 and offers a lifetime activity for students!
The Bowler’s Ed program accommodates students irrespective of gender, physical or natural ability.
Middle School Bowling Club
Since 2010 and with over 650 middle school bowlers in grades 6 - 8 competing last year; bowling centers, coaches & volunteers provide bowlers a chance to grow their skills.
Teams compete in district competition in hopes of bowling in the WI Middle School Bowling Club State Championships.
PEPSI USBC Tournament
USBC certified youth bowlers compete in divisions based on age and gender, advancing to the Pepsi State Championship Tournament.
All bowlers who advance from their league qualifying to a regional tournament have a chance to earn scholarships and awards. Bowlers in the older age divisions will advance from regional competition to the Pepsi USBC State Youth Championship Tournament.
BCAW provides over $30,000 in scholarships annually to youth bowlers in Wisconsin! What other youth sport provides students with such opportunities?
While some of our scholarships reward athletic ability, others reward citizenship and academic accomplishment. We also provide scholarships to bowlers while simply participating in their local youth bowling program.