NBC Basketball Varsity Academy at Riverside Christian High School Yakima, Washington
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NBC Varsity Academy offers fall and spring basketball training for athletes ages 13-18 (Division One) and for boys and girls ages 9-12 (Division Two). Located in Yakima, Washington, Varsity Academy is designed to help you elevate your skills and hold you accountable for your basketball and life goals.
Varsity Academy Yakima is now open for registrations
The Varsity Academy is a division of NBC Camps which offers basketball training throughout the school year. Varsity Academy is designed to provide the same excellent basketball and life skills training that has made NBC one of the top camps in the country for 40 years. Varsity Academy trains athletes to win in sport and in life.
VARSITY ACADEMY D2 TRAINING
Designed for ages 9-12, we divide athletes into training stations based on skill level and ability.
It is worth the investment to learn basketball skills correctly during the formative years. We take pride in making sure athletes can execute skills correctly. Each athlete is important to us and we want to help you reach your basketball and life dreams and goals.
VARSITY ACADEMY D1 HIGH SCHOOL
Designed for the older and more experienced player (athletes ages 13-18). This group focuses on preparing athletes for the High School and Middle School Basketball Season. We combine fundamental instruction with live-action drills and games to help players get into basketball ready shape and mentality.
NBC Camps will be using Riverside Christian High School for Varsity Academy in Yakima.Meet your coaching staff
Tony Fritz was the head coach of the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBA’s D League for 2 years and also coached with the Yakima Sun Kings. He has also coached many teams ranging from 3rd grade to high school varsity.
Will Gaethle has worked NBC Summer Camps and is currently the head boys basketball coach at Riverside Christian. He has coached several youth basketball teams and is also a certified football and basketball official.
Jake DePell grew up attending NBC Camps and Varsity Academy. He played ball at Freeman High School near Spokane and went on to play at Wenatchee Valley College. He has worked NBC summer camps as a coach and master teacher. He is currently an assistant coach with the Riverside Christian Boys Basketball team.
Each athlete in the Varisty Academy will be given a VA t-shirt. All athletes are expected to provide their own basketball, water bottle, indoor shoes and hoop gear.
On the first day of VA, please bring a signed copy of the Medical Release Waiver and the Washington Concussion Waiver.Read camper reviews