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SUMMER CAMP

Get ready for Championship Friday!

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2024 SCHEDULE

Session
Date
Time
Grades
Boys/Girls
Description
Location
Cost
1
June 27-28 & July 1-2
9:00 - 2:00
K - 8
Boys & Girls
Tip-Off Session (4 days)
St. Philip Neri-Northport
$295
2
July 15-19
9:00 - 2:00
K - 10
Boys & Girls
Skills Week
Trinity Regional School-E. Northport
$300
3
July 22-26
9:00 - 1:00
K - 8
Boys & Girls
Multi Sport I
Trinity Regional School-E. Northport
$250
4
July 22-26
1:30 - 4:00
8 - 11
Boys only
Elite Player Development
Trinity Regional School-E. Northport
$250
5
Aug 5-9
9:00 - 1:00
K - 8
Boys & Girls
Multi Sport II
Trinity Regional School-E. Northport
$250
6
Summer Pass
-
K - 8
Boys & Girls
Attend any day, any week
*must meet age requirements
$1,000

THE BEST VALUE IN SUMMER CAMPS AROUND

Basketballs

SUMMER CAMP - DAILY SCHEDULE

(full day camp session)

  • 9:00 am  -  Arrive, Check-in & Shoot Around

  • Attendance & Stretching

  • Stations – Fundamentals

  • Special Activity

  • Morning Games

  • 12:00 pm – Lunch

  • Guest Speaker or Mini Lecture

  • Drill on Lecture

  • Special Activity

  • Afternoon Games

  • Announcements & Awards

  • 2:00 pm – Dismissal

TIP-OFF week
COMPETITIVE

Sessions 1

Our traditional and most popular camp program offers a full-day basketball experience, including 2 games a day along with drills, skill work and fun contests to keep the kids active! This is a 4-day program (Thursday/Friday, Monday/Tuesday)

SKILLS WEEK

Geared for players entering

Grades 5-10.  Younger players are welcome as well and will be grouped by age and ability.

MULTI-SPORT

Session 3 & 5

For any kid that loves recess and PE. class. Different types of playground games, sports, and contests--including Soccer, Kickball, Capture the Flag, Whiffle Ball & Basketball-- will provide a fun, action-packed week!

ELITE PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

Session 4

Boys only, entering grades 8-11.

Directed toward the highly-skilled and motivated player with focus on shooting technique, attack dribble moves, weak-hand ball handling, & on-ball and help-side defense. Games will enhance individual skills and player development. Improve your game!

FAQ's

When can I sign up?

Registration usually begins in February and is ongoing throughout the summer based on program availability. We ask that you register as early as possible for planning purposes.

 

What should I bring to Camp?

Bring a water bottle and wear sports attire (shorts, t-shirt, sneakers). Please apply sunscreen before camp and bring extra to re-apply. Part of the day will be spent outdoors, weather permitting. No need to bring a basketball--we have plenty!

Campers in grades K-3 are encouraged to bring a snack (no peanut products please).

 

Campers are also welcome to bring money to purchase items from the Camp Store. Items for sale include Gatorade and snacks.

 

What happens when it rains?

Depending on the conditions, we might remain outdoors if it is a light mist. If the forecast is for a full day of rain, we will adjust the schedule to optimize our indoor facilities.

 

Is lunch included?

Lunch can be purchased at an additional cost. See our Registration page for details.

 

Is water available?

Yes, multiple water stations are set up at camp. All campers should bring a water bottle as well.

 

What if it is really hot outside?

We always expect hot weather during our summer camp. However, in the case of an unusually hot day, water breaks and time out of the sun are increased, as well as time in the gym.

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