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Headfirst basketball camp dc


We understand scoring points is important, but to us, the end game is so much more than that. We find coachable moments that help your child realize his or her potential both on and off the court. Headfirst Basketball Camp is a supportive atmosphere for players of all abilities who enjoy positive coaching and healthy competition in an environment of fun and growth. Over the course of the week, campers work on and develop both individual and group skills and techniques, in order to develop and build upon the fundamentals of basketball through drills, games and exciting competition.

Under the guidance of St. Albans Varsity Basketball Coach OJ Johnson, Headfirst Basketball Camp emphasizes individual fundamentals and team play in an atmosphere of teamwork, development and fun competition. Coach OJ Johnson is a graduate of Georgetown University and is a former Hoya basketball and football player. While he was with Wise High School, the Washington Post named him Prince George’s County Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2011. He was also awarded the MSADA District 3 Athletic Director of the Year in 2011.

Headfirst Basketball Camp is split into four groups:

  • Basketball I – Rising K & 1st Grade
  • Basketball II – Rising 2nd & 3rd Grade
  • Basketball III – Rising 4th & 5th Grade
  • Basketball IV – Rising 6th & 7th Grade

To create the best possible experience and atmosphere of engagement and teamwork, campers are separated onto teams to encourage competitive balance within their age division. Enrollment for the program is easy: when you sign up your camper by age, they will be put into the age-appropriate division. 

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Fast Facts

  • Hours 9am–3pm
  • Ages Rising K to 7th Grade
  • Ratio 8:1 to 10:1

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