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The Hoop Factory Summer Training and Development Camp (Toronto)
The Hoop Factory's annual summer training and development camp is back for its 8th year! Each year our program has grown in both size and popularity as players and parents begin to see the value and need for training. Our training and coaching staff includes current and former collegiate and professional players, ensuring the highest level of instruction from teachers with real life experience. Parents, let's make The Hoop Factory the only place for your son and daugther this summer.
Open to: Boys and Girls, 5 and up.
Early Regiatration ends June 1st: $225.00
After June 1st: $250.00
Development Camp (Ages 5-12): Extended Care available until 5pm inquire for details.
July 9th-Aug 24th Time: 9am-12pm Monday Thru Friday
Elite Camp (Ages 13-18):
July 9th-Aug 24th Time: 12pm-2:30pm Monday Thru Friday
All Girls Camp:
July 16th-July 20th Time: 3pm-5pm Monday thru Friday
July 23rd-July 27th Time: 3pm-5pm Monday Thru Friday
Aug 6th-Aug 10th Time: 3pm-5pm Monday Thru Friday
SPACES ARE LIMITED TO THE FIRST 40 PLAYERS SO REGISTER NOW.
To register call 888-557-7085 ext 610 or email
for more information.
Location: Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School. 1107 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario M5N 3B1
If this is the first time you are hearing about our training program we encourage you to check out the videos below to see what makes our program unique..
"The Hoop Factory is doing a great job of teaching basketball the way it should be, from the ground up with a strong focus on fundamentals. The talent being developed in their camps will be better prepared for post secondary basketball and beyond"
Roy Rana, Canadian Cadet National Team Head Coach, Head Coach Ryerson University
"The Hoop Factory has had a positive impact on my son in so many ways. He is better at basketball and he is a better athlete generally. What is really important is that Hoop Factory has reinforced some crucial life skills and lessons: it has awakened a responsibility around leadership, which manifests itself when he plays on other teams and in the classroom; he has become more responsible, working harder and listening to his coaches, teachers and parents (building on the lessons at The Hoop Factory to be coachable, and he has benefited from the diversity of the group that he interacts with at The Hoop Factory. Treating young men with respect and in an honest way, and challenging them to raise their own expectations and performance, is a welcome benefit from what I originally thought was going to be a well-run basketball program. As my son makes clear, he will be a regular participant in Hoop Factory."
Participants will spend significant time working on the following: