Reno Youth Bridge, a 501.C.3 non-profit corporation, was organized in 2008 to teach a selected number of Reno schools to play the game of bridge. After a very successful year during 2009-2010, the Directors of Reno Youth Bridge and the Washoe County School District decided to expand the program to include 14 total middle schools or their equivalent.
Teaching students of Reno how to play BridgeHelping to develop critical learning skills for the young people of Washoe County
WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN AND PLAY BRIDGE. Bridge is a partnership game using a standard deck of 52 cards dealt equally among four players. The players bid in a coded language to describe the strength of their hands to their partners in order to determine how many tricks they should be able to take. Generally, one suit is determin...Learn More
December 17, 2016: Sarah Macharg and Matt Oakley of Davidson Academy just edged out Andrew Wischer and Jamie Cohen of the Galena High School Bridge Club by one match point to win the Washoe County School District-Reno Youth Bridge’s Mid-Winter Duplicate Bridge Tournament. The winner’s score was a strong 68.58% and yet only one half percent […]Learn More