More than a hundred students graduated after completing their respective courses at the Coach E Basketball School recently. The graduation was held at the Ateneo Covered Courts with students from different classes converging to play a one-day event pitted against each other in the Li’l Ones (4 to 7 years old), Rookies (8 to 11 years old) and All-Stars (12 to 16 years old) divisions.
“This is their chance to showcase what they’ve learned after attending completing eight sessions of training. This is also an opportunity for them to have fun, learn to play as a team and play the right way,” said Coach E founder Eric Altamirano.
Students from Coach E Ateneo, San Beda Alabang, Xavier School, The Zone and Clubsixfifty, among others, were divided into separate teams and competed against each other. Skills competitions were also played on the side for both students and parents.
Now celebrating its eighth anniversary, Coach E Basketball School resumes its classes beginning April 10 with its Summer FUN-damental Camp. The academy is expected to continuously provide high quality of service through its low coach-student ratio. The camp will be a perfect venue for parents hoping their kids to develop their game to a higher level.
Parents can call Coach-E Basketball School at tel. nos. 6684347 and 6311195 or mobile no. 09088846947 or e-mail at email@example.com. To know more about Coach-E Basketball School, interested parties can also visit their website at www.coach-e.com or follow on Facebook and Twitter.
The low coach-student ratio makes the whole camp experience personalized, with more practice time for essential drills that can strengthen their skills and teach them timeless values such as discipline, leadership, teamwork, perseverance, and sportsmanship.
The Summer FUN-damental will have a series of classes starting April 10 to 26 and from May 1 to 17 from 10 to 12 noon at the Maria Montessori in Merville, Paranque. Classes will be held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
On April 11 Monday, Wednesday and Friday classes will start at Xavier School, San Beda College in Alabang, and Ayala Alabang Village. Classes in Xavier and San Beda-Alabang will be held from 10 to 12 noon while sessions in Ayala Alabang Village is scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. Classes in Ateneo will also begin on the same date and will have its regular schedule from 2 to 4 p.m. every Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Classes in The Zone in Makati and Clubsixfifty in Libis, Quezon City will start on April 12 and will have the same schedule of Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10 to 12 noon.