Players in our program are mentored and taught to utilize and enhance their basketball and life skills, build self-confidence, and experience a team approach to winning. We provide the opportunity for players to compete against other talented players and teams on a local and national level.
Building leadership skills thru teamwork
Reducing delinquency thru Athletes
Reducing childhood Obesity through Activity
Promoting family and community involvement
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Currently the Junior Varsity Basketball Coach at Santa Ana High School. Coached at Estancia High School in Costa Mesa during the 2011-2012 seasons. Was a member of the 2007 CIF Championship coaching staff at Corona Del Mar High School. He served four years as Head Sophomore, Head Junior Varsity, and Assistant Varsity Coach. Served as Head Junior Varsity Coach at Spirit Academy School.
In 1999 was named freshmen boys’ coach at Morningside High School in Los Angeles. Coach Hall implemented a buddy system for development of academic focus for the team. This system partnered AP students with underachieving students providing a much-needed unity amongst students of all levels. He coached under the legendary Morningside Coach Carl Franklin.
Coach Hall has coached for 14 years with the National Junior Basketball League. He coached All-Stars and All-Net.
Coach Hall is known throughout the basketball circles for his strong commitment to student-athletes, his positive influence and his dedication to the game and the players that surround it.
With a strong and passionate philosophy of working hard and an acute to attention to all details, Coach Hall channels a dynamic coaching style and fosters the development of all basketball student-athletes on and off the court.
As a very respected and innovate teacher of the game, Coach Hall continues to learn new training ideas to help improve each member in his academy by coaching each summer at the prestigious Five-Star Basketball Camps.
Single Lesson $50 per hour
Five - Eight Lessons $40 per hour
Ten Lessons - $35 per hour
My oldest son exptessed interest in basketball 20 years ago and I began volunteering, then certifying through Positive Coaches Alliance, AAU, CIF-SS California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section and Junior College Associations
NFHS (National Federation of State High School Associations),
I have worked with Elementary, Middle School and High School Athletes with associations to AAU(Amateur Athletic Union), NJB (National Jr. Basketball), CIF-SS California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section and Junior College Associations
Most fond of Providing an opportunity for 4th-8th grade boys that reside in a local School District to participate in a competitive basketball program.
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