Summer Slugger is a fun, interactive, online course that uses the game of baseball to help kids ages 8 to 11 maintain their math and literacy skills during the summer months. Major League Baseball and EVERFI have teamed up to create a platform that keeps kids learning while they are out of school and avoid the “summer slide” that contributes to a long-term achievement gap.
The Kansas City Urban Youth Academy offers unique educational programs for students of all ages. Check out what is available now through their registration platform.
The club offers the Royals Scholastic Victory Program as an educational field trip for 2nd-5th grade classes. Currently, the program is being offered virtually.
In honor of Jackie Robinson Day each April 15, the Royals host a panel with a diverse mix of sports professionals for high school students called Club 42, presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City.
Students who have excelled in academics, attendance, service, and citizenship during the school year are honored by the Royals for their commitment to their education.
Evergy and the Kansas City Royals are partnering to bring Science of Sport to schools across the metro. Science of Sport is a STEM-based curriculum that can be taught in local elementary and middle schools. The program uses baseball and softball to teach concepts around field geometry, launch angles, and aerodynamics. The curriculum also includes lessons about carbon footprint and careers in STEM. Learn more about Evergy’s education initiatives and to learn more about the Science of Sport, email [email protected].