Basketball Camp Goals
- Each camper will leave with a positive attitude.
- Each camper will leave the camp closer to reaching their full potential on the basketball court.
- Each camper will learn the proper fundamentals and develop the confidence in their abilities so they can utilize the skills they learned in the camp.
- Each camper will learn how to appreciate and love the game of basketball.
- Each camper will be exposed to how to conduct themselves on and off the court through sportsmanship, competition, and learning how to deal with winning and losing.
- Each camper will learn that to be successful he or she will need to find the dedication, desire, and discipline to be successful in basketball and, most importantly, in life.
|Basketball Camp Sessions|
(Coed, 7th-12th grades)
|Girls K-5th grades
|Girls 6th-12th grades
|Boys K-4th grades
|Boys 5th-10th grades
|July 29-Aug. 2
- Air-conditioned arena
- Camp t-shirt
- Motivational booklet
- Daily refreshments
- Special guest speakers
- Family atmosphere
- Certified licensed trainer
- Camp basketball
- Camp certificate
Typical Camp Day
- 08:00 – 08:15 Warm up, stretching, and easy running
- 08:15 – 08:30 Pistol Pete ball-handling routine
- 08:30 – 09:40 Station work
- 09:40 – 10:00 Break time
- 10:10 – 10:15 Mikan layups
- 10:15 – 10:40 Hot shot shooting competition
- 10:40 – 11:00 Freethrow shooting
- 11:00 – 12:00 Lunch (bring money or a lunch)
- 12:00 – 01:00 3-on-3 games
All camps will be conducted in the Lee College Sports Arena. The arena was built in 2003 and has the capacity to seat 1,500 screaming fans. The arena also boasts a wellness center, multiple locker rooms, a training room, film room, and two regulation basketball courts.
Campers should report each day wearing basketball shoes, athletic socks, shorts, and camp t-shirt. No caps, watches, or jewelry will be permitted, PLEASE!
An awards ceremony will conclude each week of camp. The ceremony will be conducted at 11:50 each week with awards for each age group for the following categories:
- Mikan layups
- Hot shot shooting
- Freethrow shooting
- 3-on-3 competition
In addition, every camper will receive a certificate of merit for participation in the camp.
The camp store will be open for business each day after camp concludes. Runnin’ Rebel merchandise and other items will be available for purchase. Lee College will provide a camp bank so campers can store their money without the fear of losing or misplacing it.
Cost: All Camps – $95 per session (includes camp basketball and t-shirt). Discounts for children in the same family. First child pays $95. Each additional family member (brother or sister) pays $50.
Registration begins May 1, 2018. Because of the overwhelming interest in these camps, only a limited number of applicants per session will be accepted. Each session will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
How to Register
- On the registration form, fill in the sections “Ways to Register” and “Permission/Emergency Form.”
- Return the completed form, with payment, in person or by fax or mail to the Community Education department. Kids at College Permission/Emergency Form must be completed, signed by parent and turned into the Community Education Dept. when registering for the summer athletic camps. Registration for kids camps will not be accepted unless accompanied by the Permission/Emergency form.
For more information, call 281.425.6311.
Registration fees are to be deposited into the Lee College Runnin’ Rebels fund-raising account and will help to fund future needs for the Runnin’ Rebels program. Please make all checks payable to Lee College.
- In Person: 909 Decker Dr.
- Fax: 281.425.6855 (Visa/MC/Discover)
- Mail: Lee College Community Education, P.O. Box 818, Baytown, TX 77522-0818
Camp Directed by Roy Champagne, head coach at Lee College for 24 years
- For the first time in school history, led 2012-2013 Runnin’ Rebels to Region XIV Champions and “Sweet 16” appearance at NJCAA national tournament
- AAU coach for over 10 years
- Led his AAU team to a National Championship in 1991
- Coached 10 players who have gone on to play professional basketball