WHAT IS 4 QUARTERS?
The Game Plan:
1st Q: ACADEMICS:
Teaching kids the importance of education through our classroom simulated workshops. We have teachers on staff who will guide student athletes on how to achieve the necessary grades to make it to the next level.
3rd Q: LIFE SKILLS:
We will educate and expose student athletes to other opportunities within the world of sports such as Sports Physicians, Coaches, Trainers etc. We will discuss life after ball, and have Engineers, Financial Service Representatives, Motivational Speakers and other career endeavors that life presents outside of sports.
2nd Q: HEALTH & WELLNESS:
By having a nutritionist on staff we will educate (in a fun, interactive way) student athletes on the proper diet that can support an active and healthy career.
4th Q: BASKETBALL SKILLS:
Student athletes will spend the week undergoing training drills with Division 1 Athletes and Sports Trainers. The week's activity culminates in an exciting "March Madness" style basketball tournament.
4 Quarters is a Basketball Camp aimed at providing guidance & opportunities for our youth through sports.
Our team believes that participation in basketball provides our youth a chance to build self-confidence, a strong work ethic, and teamwork principles.
Participants of 4 Quarters will have the experience of a lifetime. These individuals will be exposed to basketball skills training, life skills, health and wellness information and the importance of academics.
These are all factors critical to nurturing a basketball career, whether in high school, college or professionally.
The 4 Quarters experience is more than just a basketball camp, it is a movement to shift the minds of our young men and instill core values such as leadership, dedication and perseverance they can take with them long after their playing days are over.
* Non-Profit Organization 501(c)3
TEACHING KIDS TO EXCEL BOTH ON AND OFF THE COURT
Physical activity, and sports in particular, can positively affect aspects of personal development among young people.
High school athletes are more likely than non-athletes to attend college.
Regular physical activity benefits health in many ways.