Welcome to Towson High Sports Boosters
Who are the Towson
Sports Boosters?

We are a group of parent volunteers who are dedicated to improving the athletic experience at Towson High School.

Baltimore County pays for a limited amount of the school’s athletic program, including coaches' salaries, official's compensation and bus transportation to away games. All other expenses associated with the athletic program must be funded by the individual school. This revenue comes from sources such as gate receipts, concession stands, and Sports Boosters.

Why Join?

Sports Boosters invests in the Towson High School athletic program each year in areas such as:

New Uniforms
Team Equipment
Playing Fields
These purchases and improvements would NOT occur without your support.

Joining Sports Boosters is not just about writing a check. We want every member to feel that they are contributing to their child’s athletic experience, not just on a monetary level, but also through involvement in the organization.

We would love to have more parent volunteers sharing their expertise, connections or just a small amount of time. Consider getting involved with:
Spirit Wear
Souvenir Program

Visit our Contact section to email a committee chair.

In order to give our students an outstanding athletic experience, we need 100% membership participation in Sports Boosters.

Join today to make a difference in your student's team!

Upcoming Events

April 16, 2016 7:00 PM (EDT) • The Country Club of Maryland

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Dear Members,

The road to college for athletes is no longer lined with traditional mile markers. It used to be that batting averages, points per game or yards per carry paved the way for sports stars.  Nowadays, one more percentage is carrying more and more weight. It’s called the grade point average.

The days of athletes dreaming to “Be Like Mike” and parents’ dreams of having it pay for an education and a lucrative future for their child-student-athlete have vastly changed over the last generation or so. In fact, there is a lot more work to hitting a home run than just hitting home runs.

A seminar to prepare parents and athletes for the recruiting road ahead — complete with all its bumps — will be held on 
Wednesday, November, 11th at 7:30 pm in the Towson High School Auditorium. 

“Guiding the College-Bound Athlete” will provide information and topics for every student-athlete in middle and high school and their parents to educate and prepare them for opportunities and careers after graduation.  Many student-athletes who aspire to play at the college level are not familiar with the ins and outs of academic requirements and eligibility as they need to be in order to pursue their goals.

“Guiding the College-Bound Athlete,” a program designed by Rick Wire, President of Dynamite Sports, a Pennsylvania-based corporation, is the father of 9 year NFL veteran Coy Wire.  This seminar will provide families with information about the availability of athletic scholarships and the realities of the college recruiting process.

According to his press release, Rick Wire found himself looking for answers when his then 8-year-old son, Coy, started talking about being a college football star. Wire hadn’t attended college himself and decided he had better start preparing for the future.  He questioned other parents who had been through the process, looking for pros and cons and ways to prepare financially.  In the end, his son Coy earned his scholarship to play football at Stanford University.  Then in 2002, Coy was drafted in the 3rd round of the NFL draft by the Buffalo Bills where he played for 6 seasons and then finished his career for the past 3 seasons as a captain and player rep with the Atlanta Falcons.

Rick used his study to become a speaker and expert in college athletics and its recruiting process.  Then he created the Dynamite Sports Educational Recruiting System, which combines academic preparation and athletic training with marketing and recruiting strategies to navigate through the process.  The plan provides direction to high school athletes and parents, and staff development training and resources to high school coaches and counselors to help all parties make knowledgeable choices and decisions in college athletics and recruiting.

Our speaker will present an hour-long seminar starting at 7:30 pm in Towson High auditorium. Interested participants are asked to come early, if possible, to receive a number of handouts and watch a powerful pre-program video.
 Attendees will receive a FREE SAT/ACT Prep DVD valued at $250!

I look forward to seeing you there.

Justin L. Nash, CAA

Athletic Director, Towson High School

The mission of the THS Sports Boosters is to support and promote all THS athletic teams in order to provide an athletic program reflective of the overall excellence of Towson High School. In order to provide financial support, we conduct fundraising events and collect membership dues from parents, alumni, local businesses and the community. Our volunteers provide time, energy and creativity to deliver the best possible experience to our student athletes. Through our initiatives we hope to contribute to the pride, spirit and enthusiasm of all Towson students and the greater Towson community.

This web site is not affiliated in any way with Baltimore County Public Schools. It is solely owned and managed by Towson High School Sports Boosters.

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