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  • Writer's pictureEddie O'Leary

2023 Community Squash Report Card

Updated: Sep 26, 2023

125 Student Participants; 36 active volunteer coaches, 14 coaches achieved their Virginia Community Squash Level I Coach Certification, of which 8 are women coaches


Our Approach

Virginia Community Squash programs remove barriers to participation by offering transportation, equipment, high quality coaching, results and impact measurement and more. We use our squash programs to help participants develop fitness and life success skills at little to no cost to any participant or partner organization.

Virginia Community Squash Programs

We offered a range of programs over the year that reached area youths typically ranging in age from 3rd grade to rising high school seniors. Our students learned the sport of squash, got real exercise, and learned life success skills such as concentration, cooperation, communication and confidence. Virginia Community Squash prepared and enabled our volunteer coaches to develop their own coaching and mentoring skills growth and to take advantage of our squash programs to become competent program and community leaders.

What We Did

125 Virginia Community Squash Program Students

95 Program Sessions 1,160 On-court Per Person Program Hours

VCS Programs

77 Squash & Skills for Girls Program Students 34 Program Sessions 599 On-court Per Person Program Hours

20 SquashRocks! Program Students 48 Program Sessions 447 On-court Per Person Program Hours 13 B&G Club Summer Squash Camp Students 6 Program Sessions 54 On-court Per Person Program Hours 15 Community Squash of Fredericksburg Students 7 Program Sessions 60 On-court Per Person Program Hours

Student Demographics

Youths of Color 92, about 75% of our students Women/Girls 97, over 75% of our participants Economic Needs 59, exceeding 45% of our students


STUDENT SURVEYS The student Surveys results that we receive at the end of a VCS program period largely fall in the top or next to top tier response in the following categories:

  • Fun

  • Feel Safe with the coaches

  • Exercise

  • Learned how to play squash

  • Respect for others and the coaches

  • Other's and coach's respect for you

Virginia Community Squash Committee Members

John Patton President, Certified Coach

Ami Sethi Program Director, Certified Coach

Aanika Sethi Program Director, Certified Coach

Justin Shields Program Director, Certified Coach

Russ Sterling Program Director, Certified Coach

Will Allen Volunteer and Committee Member


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