Basketball Summer Camps


Camp 1: June 12-15 @ Irvine HS Gyms (Completed)
Camp 2: June 19-22 @ SCCCA Gym (Completed)
Camp 3: July 10-13 @ SCCCA Gym (Completed)
Camp 4: Aug. 7-10 @ SCCCA Gym (SOLD OUT)

Boys & Girls: Ages 5-14

Time: 9 AM to Noon
Early drop-off: 8:30 AM

Sold Out

SoCal Elite Seasonal Camps

SoCal Elite’s seasonal youth basketball camps are a great opportunity for your child to learn the game of basketball in a friendly atmosphere. Each camper is placed with his or her age group and skill level to ensure a positive environment and an overall fun experience!

All Skill Levels Welcome

Whether you child is just learning to play basketball or is an elite-level player, SoCal Elite’s camps are for all skill levels. Each player is fairly grouped with his or her age group and similar skill level to ensure an enjoyable experience.

Up To 12 Hours Of Training

SoCal Elite’s camps include up to 12 hours of engaged training and activities. Campers will stay active through a variety of drills, instructional sessions and games.

Professional Coaches

All of our coaches are former basketball players who have coached at a high school, college and/or professional level. Our coaches are trained to work with each age and skill level at the camps.

FREE SoCal Elite Giveaways

Each camp includes a FREE SoCal Elite t-shirt, FREE kids meal vouchers at local Irvine restaurants and a FREE Mikasa basketball*.
* Giveaways are subject to availability.

Local Gyms

All of our seasonal youth basketball camps are hosted at local indoor facilities such as Northwood HS, University HS & the SCCCA Gym.

Early Drop-Off

We offer an early drop-off time of 30 minutes before camp starts to help better accommodate your busy schedule.

Break-down of SoCal Elite Camps

Players are first separated by grade and then by skill.

Player’s will warm up for 30-45 minutes (ball handling – down and backs)

Player’s will get into teams and receive team jerseys to wear during the camp

Player’s will be with their coach and rotate to different stations to work on shooting, footwork, ball handling, or other skills for 45-60 minutes.

A game related to one of the skills learned during the camp that day will be played for 20-30 minutes.

Player’s will receive bottled water and a snack (Fruit Snacks) during the camp during their break.

Player’s will have 3-on-3 or 5-on-5 scrimmages for the final 30-45 minutes.