BPSC is a 4-day shooting intense basketball camp mirrored after all the camps Brandy Perryman attended and enjoyed the most as a kid. He has taken those camps with his combined playing experience and created an upbeat, positive experience for Austin area youth. All camps include 32 hours of instruction, which is approximately the same amount of time as a month of practice in Middle School or a full season of a youth league. Daily team competitions are the highlight of the week, allowing kids to be a part of a team with no pressure and to have fun. To promote self-esteem and self-discipline, BPSC includes individualized drills and competitions throughout the camp that all campers have an opportunity to excel at and improve their shooting skills. An average camper shoots over 1,000 shots over 4 days at BPSC. The 10:1 camper to coach ratio allows campers to develop skills in a small group. These coaches include head coaches, assistant coaches, collegiates, and former players that all share the knowledge and enthusiasm required to be a BPSC camp instructor.
Goal and Purpose:
Shooters are developed, not born. We take great pride in developing campers to their fullest potential. We strive to do this by providing a postive upbeat experience that provides positive competition while promoting self-esteem, repetition, team concepts, selfdiscipline, and most importantly FUN. We have provided instruction to over 13,200 campers over the past 19 summers and our track record for returning campers and word of mouth publicity has helped us grow each summer.
Eligibility and Physical:
Any boy or girl between the ages of 7 and 16 is eligible for camp. BPSC is perfectly suited for all skill levels from the beginner to the aspiring college basketball player. Each camp is arranged in groups according to age, size, and ability.
Camp runs 8:45am - 4:45pm except Monday in which check-in begins at 7:30am. All camps include 32 hours of instruction which is approximately the same amount of time as a month of practice in Middle School or a full season of a youth league. One week of BPSC is a great way to improve your skills in a short period of time. There is supervision starting at 7:45 am and as late as 5:15 pm for free shooting, early drop-off and late-pick-up.
We have over 60 coaches that include head coaches, assistant coaches, collegiates, and former players that all share the knowledge and enthusiasm required to be a BPSC camp instructor. We pride ourselves in maintaining a 10-1 camper to coach ratio so everyone can be developed on an individual basis.
Registration prior to camp is highly recommended since previous camps have filled.
There are two ways to register:
1. Register on-line with a credit card.
2. Fill out application and send in with a $75.00 deposit or full payment.
The cost of each session of camp is $225 prior to May 31st, after May 31st cost is $245. There are ways to reduce this payment by using a team discount or referring another person to camp. A $75.00 deposit or full payment is due when the application is sent.
Any 5 people that register together, such as friends, neighbors, or family members will receive $25.00 off each of their tuition. These 5 do not have to be the same age or gender, just simply register with the same team name. NOTE: The team name and/or names of your referrals must be submitted prior to Day 1 of camp via email or phone call (512) 799-8891.
If you refer someone to camp, such as a friend, neighbor, or team member, you will receive $25.00 off your tuition for each person you refer. The person you refer still pays the full tuition price. NOTE: The referral name/names must be submitted prior to Day 1 of camp via email or phone call (512) 799-8891.
Lunch orders will be taken every morning for that day’s lunch. Lunch choices may include Chick-Fil-A, Pizza Hut Pizza, Thunder Cloud Subs and Poke-E-Jo’s BBQ. If you wish, you may bring a sack lunch or go home for lunch. Lunch will cost $5.00 per day and will be served from 12-1 pm.
There will be a Camp Store in which campers may purchase drinks and snacks. Money can be stored at the camp store to prevent campers form losing it during the week.
All campers must have their own medical insurance coverage. Staff will be on hand for the duration of the camp to attend to minor injuries.
There will be an awards ceremony at 4:30 p.m. on the final day of camp. Campers will compete in such contests as Free Throw Shooting, Hot Shot, 21, 3-point, 3 on 3 and 5 on 5 league and tournament championships. There will also be special awards given and everyone will take home a participation award.
No refunds will be made unless we are notified in writing 2 weeks in advance of the camp you are attending.