Prep School Basketball
Enhance Your Chances Of Being Recruited
Students can attend a prep school to either finish their high school education, or for the immediate year following high school graduation.
With the high standard of basketball in America, basketball scholarships are extremely competitive. It can be hard for international students to attract the interest of U.S. coaches due to the large number of talented players already in the U.S. An international basketball recruit would need to demonstrate that they significantly stronger than any potential domestic recruit that a U.S. coach could pursue.
One way in which students can look to overcome this is by moving to a prep school in the U.S.
Participate in daily team practices, strength and conditioning, as well as competing against U.S. teams, helping to prove their ability in the American game.
Students can attend a prep school to either finish their high school education, or for the immediate year following high school graduation. A year playing basketball in America, would greatly enhance the chances of being recruited to play at the college level.
If you feel that you have what it takes to play prep school basketball in America, please submit your information via our online application form today.