Frequently Asked Questions
What are the camp hours?
The Camp begins at 9:00 am (children can be dropped off no earlier then 8:55am). All camp programs end at 4:00pm.
Is there extended care?
All locations offer early drop off at 7:30am (additional fee $30.00/week) and most locations offer after care up to 5:00pm (additional $40 per week) or $50 for both. Please visit our registration page to see which sites offer afternoon extended care.
What should my child bring to camp?
Please ensure your child brings the following:
active clothing (basketball shorts and a breathable t-shirt ... no jeans!). *Youth Camp* Please provide an extra set of clothes in case of an accident.
water bottle (labeled with name)
basketball (optional but recommended.. please label with child's name!)
lunch + 2 snacks (nut free and sesame seed free camp)
What will my child be doing at camp?
We have a variety of camp programs outlined under Programs --> Camps. Click below for details.
How will my child be safe during camp?
All camps take place in an indoor closed facility that the public does not have access to (doors locked from 9:30am - 3:30pm). Please make prior arrangements with staff members if you would like to pick up your child before camp ends as the facility will be locked. All activities will take place in the gymnasium or Cafeteria. Youth campers will go for washroom breaks in pairs (buddy system) and are accompanied by a coach. We follow Ontario standards for child care ratios. Staff to athlete ratios are as follows: 1:10 for athletes 9 and up and 1:5 for athletes 8 and under.
How many people are signed up for camp?
Register your athlete early to secure your child's spot and to avoid disappointment.
How will my child be separated from other kids who are older or not as skilled?
Primarily, children will be separated based on age. Following the first day of camp they will be separated based on skill level. If we feel your child is not in the proper program we will move him/her as we see fit, just speak to one of our staff members on site.
My child has an Epipen or any other serious allergy/medication/problem. What do I do?
Please indicate your child’s allergy on the registration form, on the first day of camp you will be provided with an additional form to complete based on this allergy if you have not filled it out online. To ensure the safety of your child we must be notified of ANY medical condition that may impact your child during camp. All medications are taken home daily.
Who are the Coaches?
Our coaches are all local CIS/NCAA athletes whom play basketball across Canada and the United States as well as European Professionals. All coaches have camp experience, with an expertise in basketball camp. Please look at the “ ABOUT” tab for more information. All instructors have completed criminal record check. All instructors s have CPR/First Aid, all instructors have (at least) their National Coaching Certification Program Level 1 (NCCP) (many coaches have level 3 certifications).
Where is the location?
We have multiple locations in Brampton and one location in Edmonton. Please look in the “Locations” tab for maps and addresses as well as programs available.
When will I get my receipt?
Within 24 hours of completing registration. The receipt is sent via email please check your junk mail if it is not received.
No refunds after June 15th of every summer for absenteeism or scheduling conflicts. Prior to June 15th, registration fees will be refunded less a $50 administration fee.
A prorated credit may be given for documented illness or injury with a letter from a physician. Credit is based on a fee less $25 admin fee less prorated number of camp days from receipt of physician letter, and will be valid for one year.
Absolutely no refunds for campers who demonstrate poor or unacceptable behaviour and are removed from camp.
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