Holy Trinity School Elite Basketball Programme

Why join the Holy Trinity School Elite Basketball Programme?

The programme is designed to allow students to develop their basketball skills, alongside studying for their A-Levels or BTECs

With more and more Universities in the UK and abroad offering sports scholarships, basketball is being used as a tool to gain up to £6000 in bursaries to aid with higher education

Whats a normal week at HTS?

1 x 2 Hour Extra-Curricular Team Training Session

2 x 1 hour individual positional session

1 x 1 Hour Ball Handling and Shooting Session

1x 1 Hour Walk Through Session

2x 1 Hour Shooting Session

1 x 1 hour Strength & Conditioning Session

1 x 1 Hour Video Analysis Session (Individual Skill and Game Footage Analysis)

1 x 1 hour Course delivery session (BE Level 1 Table Official, Referee & Coaching Awards

On court daily with two experienced full time Level 2 coaches

Schools Basketball History

Year 7 Jr. NBA Champions 2017

U15 & U16 2016 National Champions

U15 & U19 2015 National Champions

U14 2014 National Champions

U15 2011 National Champions

U15 Boys, U16 Girls & U18 Boys 2005 National Champions

U17 National Semi-Finalists 2017

U13, U14, U17 & U18 Boys 2015 National Semi-Finalists

U13 & U16 2014 National Semi-Finalists

U13 Boys, U15 Boys, U15 Girls, U17 Boys & U18 Boys 2013 National Semi-Finalists

U14 Boys & U16 Boys 2012 National Semi-Finalists


The 16-19 Academy compete in the Academy Basketball League (ABL)

The ABL is BasketballEngland's second highest Academy League, and is widely considered one of the most professional leagues in the country

With a dedicated website (www.eabl.org/abl) and social media outlets. Match reports, players spots lights and stats are broadcast weekly

The popularity of the competition has grown and has given recruiters a basis to see the talent on the UK Basketball scene


The 16-19 Academy also competes in the U17 & U19 Conference National Schools competitions


We will also be competing in the U19 AoC League & Cup

Video Analysis

We use Krossover to analyse our game footage and provide:

Shot Charts

Individual stats

Individual breakdowns

Which can then all be sent onto the players to be viewed via pc or on a mobile device

All games are recorded and krossover breaks down every action in the game into separate clips

These can be viewed to analyse or collated to create a highlight tape

Strength & Conditioning

S&C is focused around building basketball athleticism and is split into two parts; on court and in the gym

On Court S&C focuses on: flexibility, mobility, stability, posture, balance, strength, power, quickness, agility, hand / eye coordination, reaction, and conditioning level

Our partnership with K2 Crawley allows us to use their gym and track facilities for Strength & Conditioning sessions

Club Links

Strong links with Sevenoaks Suns Basketball club, with opportunities to train/play with their Division 2 & WBBL Women

Strong links with Sussex Storm Basketball Club, with opportunities to train/play with their U18 Premier National League team

For more information, or to book onto our Admissions Day contact us at: kyoungman2@holytrinitycrawley.org .uk

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