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​​What are the camp hours?
The Camp starts at 9:00 am sharp to display the importance of punctuality, and discipline. Children can be dropped off no earlier than 8:45 am. The camp ends at 3:00 pm and we start getting are campers ready for their departure by 2:45 pm.

How can you ensure my child’s safety?
We have access to the Gymnasium, Cafeteria, Change room and Bathroom all have emergency exits, all other doors within the school will be closed, and the doors that we will be using as an entrance will be closed at 9:30 sharp. We have sign in sheets to keep track of our campers.  Our male campers will be accompanied by a coach, volunteer, or a fellow camper to the restroom. We are required to follow Ontario standards for child care ratios.

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:10 for athletes ages 9 and up & 1:6 for athletes 8 and under.


What does my child need to bring to camp?
Please ensure your child brings the following: (please bring and extra pair of shirt and shorts in case of an accident)

  • Basketball shoes (preferably with grip soles)
  • Shirt (cut-off shirts are also acceptable)
  • Shorts.
  • Wrist band, headbands, knee sleeves, elbow sleeve are all also acceptable.
  • Basketball (optional) please ensure a name is written on it to avoid any confusion.
  • Lunch + snacks (please nothing is allowed that contains nuts)
  • Water Bottle

Water will be provided!!

How can I ensure that my child will receive quality trainer if he/she is better than their age group?
Initially players will be separated by age, but as the camp goes on our coaches will continue to observe, and if they notice a child is more developed within their age group the parent will be informed first that we can move he/she up and age group if we see it will be more beneficial in their development.
What types of activities and training will my child be doing?
Your child will be receiving fundamental and team based basketball skills such as:

  • Shooting
  • Ball handling
  • Passing
  • Defensive footwork
  • Leadership building games
  • Team-building.
  • Competitive tournaments.

Who are the Camp Coaches?

The coaches consist of players whom have played in a wide variety of places all over the world. Some have played in the CIS, NCAA, European League, and Fiba Nationals. All our coaches have experience in the youth camp setting, are familiar with basic training strategies, and excel within the basketball genre. All our coaches and volunteers have done a criminal background, as well as there will be a CPR/first aid certified instructor on location at all times.

What do you mean by "develop basketball IQ"?

How we develop basketball IQ is training players in different scenario's that may happen within a game. We break down possible options to be taken and teach different styles of offence and defence, we teach timing on timeouts taken, and the rules of basketball at all levels.

How do you improve mental toughness?

How we improve mental toughness is by forcibly putting players into tough situation, purposely making bad calls or the wrong call, creating unfair teams in order to force one team to lose, and/or sitting players on the bench for a long period of time... All situations that can possibly happen during a basketball game. After enduring the adversity placed upon them, we coach on how to handle such situations in the future, and grooming more  positive outlooks if faced with such situations again.

My child has an serious allergy/medication/problem. What do I do?
On our registration form, there is a specific box indicated to list your child allergies, if they have an Epi-pen, medical bracelet, inhaler or any other information that is important regarding your child’s condition.  In case of a severe emergency an ambulance will be called (paid for by the camp), accompanied by a coach and the parents will be notified as soon as possible.

What if my child gets injured?
Depending on the severity of the injury there will always be an incident report taken reporting the details of the injury. In some cases, the injury may require ice and rest, and in other cases the child may be taken to the hospital (Ambulance paid for by the camp) accompanied with a coach. With that said everything will be written down in detailed and parents/guardian will be notified as soon as possible.

How many Campers are signed up for camp?
Due to the size of the gym, and fire regulations we have a capacity of 45 campers. However, spots are surprisingly filling up rather quickly, so the faster you sign up the less there is a chance of disappointment. Seeing that this is the first official year of the TYO Pro Camps people are curious and intrigued about the camp.

Is the staff members First-Aid and CPR registered?

Yes! there will always be a certified member at all locations.

What method of payment is acceptable? /will I receive a receipt?

We accept E-mail Transfers, Money orders,  and cheque all payments should be made before the first day of camp. A receipt will be provided within 24 hours of payment.

Cash will no longer be accepted!!

Refund Policy
When signing up you have up to 1 week before the start of camp to receive a full refund, anytime after that no refund will be given unless accompanied with a doctors note.