Urban Squash MOvement
First State Squash launched in September 2016 in partnership with the Squash + Education Alliance (SEA) — formerly the National Urban Squash & Education Association (NUSEA). The first urban squash program was founded in Boston in 1996, and today accredited urban squash programs operate in 23 cities and enroll year-round more than 2,000 elementary, middle, high school and college students. SEA’s 4 international affiliates enroll an additional 500 students. To be members of SEA, local programs are required to meet a range of criteria which demonstrate that they are organizationally sound and that they provide their students with long-term, intensive, year-round support.