Summer Basketball Camp

Breaking Down The Basics 

Our camps and clinics are designed to help athletes understand the “WHY” of the game. Learning correct principles is critical to an athletes success. We believe that understanding your craft is the foundation needed to build confidence. 

 

Confidence Building

When it comes to an athletes success, confidence is the most important ingredient. Our drills are designed to help athletes grasp and retain proper technique. All Instruction is provided in a fun, zero-pressure, environment that encourages self accomplishment.  

 

Application

After each session, athletes participate in a scrimmage game to apply their newly learned skills. This process enhances an athletes ability to think critically while making precise decisions in a game situation.  

 

Camp Details

Kinder – 1st Grade

  • Registration Fee: $50
  • Dates: June 13th – 17th (Spots are limited)
  • Time: 8AM – 9AM 
  • Location: Benjamin Franklin Charter School Crismon Campus (Click for Location)
  • Focus: Intro to Basketball
  • Note: Please bring appropriate age sized basketball (Size 25.5) and Water Bottle each day of camp. Gym shoes and shorts are recommended.  

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2nd – 3rd Grade

  • Registration Fee: $50
  • Dates: June 13th – 17th (Spots are limited)
  • Time: 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM 
  • Location: Benjamin Franklin Charter School | Crismon Campus (Click for Location)
  • Focus: Dribbling, Shooting & Defense
  • Note: Please bring appropriate age sized basketball (Size 27.5) and Water Bottle each day of camp. Gym shoes and shorts are recommended.  

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4th – 6th Grade

  • Registration Fee: $50
  • Dates: June 13th – 17th (Spots are limited)
  • Time: 11AM – 12:20 PM 
  • Location: Benjamin Franklin Charter School | Power Campus (Click for Location)
  • Focus: Ball Handling, Shooting, Defense Technique
  • Note: Please bring appropriate age sized basketball (Size 28.5) and Water Bottle each day to camp. Gym shoes and shorts are recommended.  

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– John Wooden