Would you like to join our cause and help our children see a brighter future? Fill out an application to become a St. Louis Warrior! There is no greater gratitude than knowing you helped a child see future successes.

          Being a Member of St. Louis Warrior is beneficial to the serious wrestler and young people that just want to try something exciting. For the serious wrestler, we offer three important components needed for producing championship caliber wrestlers. We offer experienced coaching staff, diversity, and very discipline structure. This program also includes a high intensity and extremely competitive practice room and schedule that allow us to travel and compete.

There is a $100 fee which covers the wrestling season from November to March. The club fees support the miscellaneous responsibilities of the club such as transportation, lodging, gas, community service projects, food and supporting members that may need financial help. Members will receive AAU card and St Louis Warrior t shirt.

    New members must complete a registration form and have it signed by a parent or guardian.
REGISTER IN PERSON
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  • Print Out THIS FORM
  • Fill by hand, then CONTACT us for methods of turning it in.
  • Save THIS FORM to your computer
  • Fill in with PDFill or Adobe Acrobat.
  • E-Mail completed PDF form to jguyton@stlwarrior.org.
  • Coaches


    We strive to provide St Louis communities with a first class team that utilizes the sport of wrestling and emphasizes a family culture in order to teach life lessons and grow character. So, we are looking for coaches with or without wrestling experience.
  • Build positive relationships
  • Assist head coach in leading groups of wrestlers

    Mentors


    Our peer mentoring programs match an adult with a student in one-on-one relationships to provide guidance for the children. Through this special relationship, peer mentors provide advice and support and serve as role models for younger people who need help. Challenges facing those being mentored include problems with schoolwork, social issues, family problems or tension, and other typical difficulties of growing up.

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