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Royals Scholastic Victory Program

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Hit a homerun with a unique learning experience in the Royals Hall of Fame at Kauffman Stadium sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The Royals Scholastic Victory Program combines the game of baseball with school curriculum and hands-on activities. Experience math, science, history and grammar through the National Pastime.

We will begin accepting reservations for RSVP for the 2013-2014 school year on Tuesday, September 3 at 10 a.m.. Call 816-504-4298 to reserve your date.

The Game Plan

  • Enter stadium at Gate A (west side)
  • Courses are 25 minutes
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Reservations required and must be made at least 14 days in advance


Triple Play Package

$8.00 per student includes 2 courses units plus 1 hour stadium tour (maximum 96 students or four natural classes).

Super Ticket

$10.00 per student includes 3 course units plus 1 hour stadium tour.

You will be billed 20% of your total IF:

  • You do not cancel within 48 hours of the scheduled date
  • You do not come on scheduled date
  • You will NOT be charged if school is canceled due to inclement weather
Strikeout Hunger

The Royals Hall of Fame has already donated over 2,000 pounds of food to Harvester's during the 2012-2013 school year thanks to the generous donations of the students. We are pleased to offer this special discount again in both January and February:

  • Bring 1 can of food per student and receive a $1 off the Triple Play Package
  • Bring 2 cans of food per student and receive $2 off the Super Ticket

Course Descriptions

Armchair GM
Mathematics Grades 7-12
Missouri: Math: 1
Kansas: Math: 1.1; 1.2; 1.4; 2.4; 4.1; 4.2
Create your fantasy baseball team as the General Manager of a new team!
Bats, Balls, and Bases
Mathematics Grades 1-6
Missouri: Math: 1; 2
Kansas: Math: 1.4; 3.2
Learn why baseball is truly a game of inches by measuring baseball equipment and calculating key field distances.
Brains and Brawn
Health, Physical Education Grades K-6 Missouri: Physical Education: 1; 3
Health: 1
Kansas: Physical Education: 3.1
Health: 1.1; 2.1; 6.1
Learn the muscles of the human body through light physical activity and labeling.
Diamond Detectives
Science Grades 3-8
Missouri: Math: 3
Science: 7
Kansas: Math: 4.1
Science: 1.1; 1.2
Use scientific inquiry skills to conduct an investigation of the most exciting collision in baseball ... bat and ball!
Diversity University
Social Studies Grades 7-12
Missouri: Social Studies: 2; 6
Kansas: History: 1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 4.1
Follow the path to the Major Leagues through the eyes of a minority player before 1947.
Eat. Run. Achive.
Health Grades K-12
Missouri: Health: 2
Kansas: Health: 3.1; 3.2
Science: 6.1
Good nutrition is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Create a colorful plate in this activity designed for all grades.
Equipment Evolution
History K-6
Missouri: History: 3
Kansas: History: 1; 4
Explore the evolution of baseball equipment from the Civil War to today.
FANtastic Facts
Mathematics Grades 1-8
Missouri: Math: 1; 3; 4
Kansas: Math: 1.1; 1.2; 1.4; 2.1; 2.2; 4.2
Use Royals Hall of Famer Frank White's baseball card to gather and analyze his career statistics.
Grammatically Baseball
Communication Arts Grades 1-8
Missouri: Communication Arts: 1
Kansas: Reading: 1.3; 1.4
Spell, fill in the blank, and unscramble the sentences to make your way around the diamond in this unique grammar lesson!
Kraft Korner
History, Art Grades K-2
Missouri: Art 1; 2
History: 3
Kansas: Art: 1.1, 1.3
History: 1
Baseballs have changed since the game's inception. Students design their own baseballs in this creative activity.
Geography Grades 1-6
Missouri: Social Studies: 5; 7
Kansas: Geography: 1.1; 1.2; 1.5
Learn where your favorite Royals were born by locating their home states on a map.
Team Travels
Geography, Mathematics Grades 7-12
Missouri: Social Studies: 4, 5
Kansas: Geography: 1
Math: 4.1
Travel the country when you create a one month home/away schedule for the Royals.
True Blue
Character Education Grades 3-8
Explore important character traits such as honesty and integrity by learning more about Hall of Fame broadcaster Denny Matthews.


At least one adult school-employee chaperone is required. The number of additional adults (non-school employees) is determined by the chart below:

# Students Additional Adults
10-24 2
25-48 4
49-72 6
73-96 8

An adult Code of Conduct will be sent with your confirmation letter. Please share with all adults attending RSVP. Failure to comply by ANY adult will result in removal from the stadium.

For booking information or questions please call 816-504-4298 or e-mail