Summer Basketball Camps

Full Day Camps

July 19-23 
Boys & Girls age 5-14
July 26-30
Boys and Girls age 5-14

Half Day Camps

July 19-23
Boys and Girls age 5-14
July 26-30
Boys and Girls age 5-14

Schedule

49th Annual Peninsula Basketball Camp
@ Palos Verdes High School in P.V.E.

Full Day Camp
P.V. High School
July 19-23

9 am – 4 pm

Boys age 5-14
Girls age 5-14

Full Day Camp
P.V. High School
July 26-30

9 am – 4 pm

Boys age 5-14
Girls age 5-14

Half Day Camp
P.V. High School
July 19-23

9 am – Noon

Boys age 5-14
Girls age 5-14

Half Day Camp
P.V. High School
July 26-30

9 am – Noon

Boys age 5-14
Girls age 5-14

Camp Features

P.V. High School Full and Half Day:
• Daily Instruction, Lectures, Demonstrations
• Emphasis on Fundamentals
• Outstanding Coaching Staff
• Full Court Games – Everyone Plays
• Certificate of Participation, Camp Color Photo (full day only)
• Camp T-Shirt
• Awards, Films
• Player Profile Evaluation
• Free Throw Contest
• Swimming Daily
• Spot Shooting Contest
• Guest Speakers
• 10 and 8 Foot Baskets

All Girls Section
The Peninsula Basketball Camp offers an all girl’s section July 19-23 and July 26-30. Outstanding coaches help these young athletes build confidence, skill and knowledge of the game. The girls will play against each other.

Sample Day Schedule

9:00 Warm-ups. Conditioning
9:30 Stations: Drills on Individual Skills, Dribbling, Passing, Shooting, Rebounding, Defense
11:00 Demonstration by Guest Speakers or Team Practice, Games
12:00 Lunch, Relax
1:00 Full Court League Games, Swimming, Individual Instruction, Films, Nutrition Break
4:00 Daily Awards & Dismissal

What to Bring
Each player is expected to arrive at the camp on time, dressed in proper basketball attire (shirt, shorts, socks, and basketball shoes.) A Camp T-Shirt will be provided. You might also like to bring a swim suit and towel as the pool will be available in the afternoon.

Head Coach, Basketball
Tom Maier 


Tom is the most prominent coaches in the South Bay with over 730 wins and four CIF-SS Championships while the varsity boys coach at Chadwick School (27 years) and Redondo Union High School (12 years) and the varsity girls coach at Palos Verdes (5 years). He is currently retired. He was named CIF Division 1A Coach of the Year in 2007 and named the Coach of the Year by the Daily Breeze, Los Angeles Times and the California State Coach of the Year Division 2 by Cal Hi Sports.

Plus Other Outstanding Coaches