Programs at a Glance - updated info for summer 2020

Hello High Altitude Basketball Community!

We hope you have been healthy, staying safe and finding opportunities to keep active and enjoy life. Athletics play a big role not only in your child's physical activity but also in their health and well being. We are disheartened to know that we are not able to provide programming for you at this time. Amidst the restrictions by which we are all abiding by for the safety of ourselves and others, we know there is light at the end of the tunnel and we plan to be ready to proceed once allowed to do so.

The Director of Administration, the Recreational Program Coordinator and the Board of Directors have been working hard to figure out when and how to proceed so we can still fulfill our mission to provide basketball opportunities for all. Undoubtedly, the coronavirus pandemic will influence how we carry out our mission going forward but we want to let you know that we are doing all that we can to stay up to date and are prepared to make all the necessary changes.

We are still awaiting further guidance from the state and county, and unfortunately we are in a 'wait and see' position. We have been regularly checking the CDPHE website and making sure we are abiding by the Steamboat Springs County Restrictions with our plans to move forward. Under the state educational restrictions, all school gymnasiums are closed and there are to be no athletic or in-person co-curricular or extracurricular activities until the moratorium expires.

Our summer camps, that were scheduled to begin in just a few short weeks, have been cancelled. However, we are actively working on possible programs later on in the summer that we will be able to host while still complying with whatever restrictions come our way. Be on the lookout for updated information on potential summer programs!

Until we are able to get back into the gyms, you can find several at home workouts on Youtube provided by our partner, 970 Hoops. This week is expected to have fantastic spring weather and if your child has a basketball he/she can work on skills right outside the house! Check out the videos online HERE or you can go to the 970 Hoops website for more information about virtual training.

We are here for you amidst the changing lifestyles we are all facing and we look forward to seeing you out on the court soon.

 
Summer Camps

HAB Summer Basketball Camps

Are you looking for some additional basketball opportunities during the summer?

These June camps place emphasis on fun and player development. Plan on having your player move to the next level. From beginner to high school level and beyond.

Introduction to Basketball

This camp is designed to serve as an introduction to the game of basketball for boys and girls entering grades K-2. The campers will be put in a FUN environment while they learn the basics of basketball.
Important Dates

May 11 - Registration opens

June 10 - Registration Closes

Dates of Camp: June 8 - 11

Times: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Place: Steamboat Springs High School - Old Gym


Grades: K - 2
Gender: Boys & Girls

Cost: $135

What Do Campers Get?
- Four Day Camp (Three hours of court time per day)
- Prizes
- Learn Basic Fundamentals of Basketball
- Lots of FUN!

Youth Fundamental Camp
This camp is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of basketball in a fun and challenging environment. The camp is open to all boys and girls entering grades 3-6. All skill levels, beginner to advanced, are welcome.

Important Dates

May 11 - Registration Opens
June 17 - Registration Closes
Dates of Camp: June 15 - 18
Times: 8:00 am - 11:30 am: Grades 3 & 4
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm: Grades 5 & 6
Place: Steamboat Springs High School

Grades: 3/4, 5/6
Gender: Boys & Girls

Cost: $155

What do Campers Get?
- Four Day Camp (3.5 hours of court time per day)
- Prizes
- Learn and Improve the Basic Fundamentals of Basketball
- Lots of FUN!

Advanced Skill Camp

This camp is designed to prepare to basketball players for the next level of middle school or high school basketball. The campers will be challenged to get outside of their comfort zone and grow and improve their overall game. Campers will get 3.5 hours of court time daily. Campers will leave the camp with drills and new skills that will help them reach the next level of whatever basketball dreams they may have. The camp is open to all boys entering grades 6-8 and girls entering grades 6 -12 who are serious about improving their basketball skills and taking their game to the next level. This is not an entry level camp.


Important Dates

May 11 - Registration Opens
June 10 - Registration Closes
Dates : June 8 - 11
Times: 8:00 am - 11:30 am: Boys Grades 6-8
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm: Girls Grades 6-12
Place: Steamboat Springs High School

Cost: $195

What Campers get:

Individual Skill Development and breakdown

Play/game situation analysis

3.5 hours court time per day

Please register soon - This camp usually fills up quickly, as space is limited.

High Altitude Basketball Summer Camps are the only locally offered basketball camps for the youth of the Yampa Valley and are the best value for your money!

See you on the court!!!