Breakaway Hoops Fall Youth After School Clinics

By: Breakaway Hoops

Our After School Clinics is an opportunity for students to receive basketball training as well as academic assistance through our Homework Help session time. After School Clinics are broken into two sessions, 4pm-6pm and 6pm-8pm. It is comprised of 1-hour of basketball and 1-hour of Homework Help Assistance. Both Male and Female participants ages 5-15 are eligible to participate in After School Clinics.

The basketball portion of After School is geared towards beginners, intermediate, and advanced level players looking for more personal instruction in a smaller group setting to better their basketball skills. Topics covered are such as proper shooting mechanics to more advanced topics such as reading and coming off a pick-n-roll properly. Drill work is heavily emphasized during all clinics. Participants will be under the watchful eye of pro, college, or high school coaches during clinics. Through proven techniques and training, participants will continuously see growth and confidence in their individual games.

The Homework Help Assistance portion offers a safe and learning environment in the subjects of Math, Reading, Writing, and Sciences. Students will receive homework assistance in a small classroom setting from advance degree tutors. Our tutors are thoroughly vetted and we only offer the best in NYC! Through proven support and teaching techniques, participants will continuously see growth and confidence in their individual subject matters.

LOCATIONOberia D. Dempsey Multi-Service Center (127 West 127th Street, NY, NY 10027), Gym is on the 3rd floor 
SESSION DAYS: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 

Early Bird Registration Ends: 9/9
Registration Deadline Deadlines: 9/9

Click Here to Register for Breakaway Hoops

Ages 6-17

Questions??  Contact our Office, 646.776.2021, Ext 0


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