FAQs

 


About HSBCamps:

What types of camps do you offer?

Morning Clinics
Morning Clinics, challenge boys and girls at the elementary school level both physically and mentally, with a curriculum of fundamental drills, organized team competitions, and contests, all under the direction of our world-class staff of collegiate and professional players and coaches.

Day Camps
Day Camps, challenge boys and girls at the upper elementary, middle, and high school level with an extensive curriculum of fundamental drills and team competitions to include intense one-on-one individualized training with the pros.

What if I’m just a beginner?

HSBCAMPS Morning Clinics and Days Camps are available to any athlete looking to elevate their game. Our staff is trained to accommodate every skill level and ability to ensure that everyone leaves camp with a sense of accomplishment.

Are your camps co-ed?

All HSBCAMPS sessions are co-educational. We open our sessions to both boys and girls as our main focus is on individual skill building and basketball development, not just playing games.

How is HSBCAMPS different?

HSBCAMPS consistently offers superior training and world-class instruction for a fraction of the price of similar programs. We instill the HSBCAMPS spirit in all of our young athletes, encouraging them not only to pursue their own dreams and ambitions but also to serve and give back to their communities. We strive to equip every participant with the power, confidence, and knowledge to make a lasting impact both on and off the court.



Registration & Payment Information:

How do I register my child for camp?

All registration for HSBCAMPS summer sessions can be completed online. Click here to begin. If you have any further questions or are unable to register online please e-mail us or give us a call (208) 720-1904.

Is there a registration deadline?

Although there is no specific registration deadline for any of our camps, we encourage participants to register as soon as possible. Camps are limited to the first 100 applications (unless otherwise posted) — no exceptions. Visit individual camp pages for more information.

Are discounts or scholarships available?

Discounts and scholarships are available to those in need. To see if you qualify for financial assistance, please fill out our online scholarship request form. No one has ever been turned away for financial reasons.

What is your refund / cancellation policy?

Cancellations of any kind for any reason will result in a camp credit for all camp fees paid excluding a non-refundable $20 registration fee. The credit is valid for any HSBCAMP offered through the following year and is transferable to any family member or friend. Cash refunds will only be distributed with the purchase of Registration Insurance.

What is registration insurance?

Registration Insurance protection is available for all HSBCAMPS sessions for $15. This service entitles every registrant to a full cash refund, minus the non-refundable fees ($20 registration fee / $15 Registration Insurance). HSBCAMPS must be notified of all cancellations in writing or by phone three weeks prior to the start of camp or a credit will be issued for the following year. As always, the camp credit is available for all HSBCAMPS sessions the following year and is transferable to any family member or friend.

If I use the deposit method, when is my balance due?

When using the deposit method 50% of the total amount due must be paid no later than May 1, 2015. The remaining 50% is due 30 days prior to the beginning of the event.

What is the registration fee?

Included in the every participant’s tuition is a $20 registration fee. This is a one-time annual fee due at the time of registration and is non-refundable.

Are there payment options available?

Payment options are available on all 2015 HSBCAMPS events. A Deposit Method is available during registration checkout. When using this option, 50% of the amount due must be paid on all accounts no later than May 1, 2015. The remaining balances will be due 30 days prior to the event.

How do I make a partial payment on my registration?

To make a partial payment, login directly to your account via our online registration system by clicking here.

Can I request that my child and his friend be put on the same team?

Yes and we will try our very best to accommodate all of these requests. Please e-mail all of your requests to info@hsbcamps.com.

Want to earn $15 off your registration?

Refer a friend and receive $15 when they register for any HSBCAMPS 2015 Day Camp session or $7.50 when registered in one of our Morning Clinics. Referral must be for enrollment and participation in a 2015 HSBCAMPS summer program to qualify. Only one referring player can receive reward for referring a friend. If more than one player refers the same friend, discount will be given based on time and date of the first submission. Referrals can be used towards camp dues, camp store purchases, discounts on future programs, or in certain cases as cash back. For businesses, clubs, schools, or other organizations wanting to take advantage of this program, please contact info@hsbcamps.com.



Staff & Pricing Information:

How are HSBCAMPS sessions priced?

HSBCAMPS sessions are priced hourly. Each HSBCAMPS session costs roughly $10/hour, plus a registration fee.

How does HSBCAMPS select their coaching staff?

HSBCAMPS staff is comprised of current and former NBA, NBADL, CBA, International, and NCAA coaches and players. They are a wealth of knowledge, hand-selected from all over the country and around the world, to provide every participant with the highest level of education possible. Their commitment to the game and to this program allows campers to leave with a truly unique experience.

*Not all coaches will be in attendance at every camp. As many of our coaches are still actively playing, location staff will be determined by availability.

What is the staff to player ratio?

HSBCAMPS prides itself on its commitment to quality. To ensure all campers receive the most from their experience, we try to provide one coach for every eight players.

Is this a “meet and greet” camp?

Many basketball camps use the power of high profile names to drive registrations. These so-called “meet and greet” camps are organized autograph sessions where the highlighted speaker or celebrity name spends limited time if any at the actual event. At HSBCAMPS we do things differently. Our All-Star staff of collegiate and professional coaches and players spends countless hours working one-on-one with every player in attendance.



At Camp:

Are meals provided?

Participants are required to bring their own lunch to camp. Pizza will be provided for campers free of charge on the final day of every session (Day Camp ONLY).

What do I need to bring to camp?

Participants are encouraged to bring comfortable athletic clothing as well as basketball appropriate footwear. Water and sports drinks will be readily available from our sponsors throughout the day. Although participants may bring extra water or sports drinks, please leave all personal basketballs at home. We have plenty of basketballs for everyone in attendance and will not be responsible for lost or stolen personal balls.



Other:

How can I bring HSBCamps to my area?

Preparations are already underway for the summer of 2015. Although we have several locations on the radar screen, HSBCAMPS is always looking for new areas and new opportunities. If you would like to see an HSBCAMP in your area please feel free to submit your recommendation to info@hsbcamps.com.