Notre Dame's annual Basketball Academy registration is now is open to both girls and boys ages 8-14! The program is designed to provide sound instruction to kids that are looking to improve their skills. Our coaches have a wealth of experience helping kids of all experience and skill level, and we are committed to teaching the fundamentals of the game to each camper at their own pace.
Camp session dates are October 23rd, 30th, November 6th, and 13th from 2:00 PM-4:00 PM. Cost for the duration is $160.00 per camper. Price includes instruction from our coaching staff, the Varsity Teams, and an academy t-shirt.
Campers should bring water and snacks and be dressed in athletic clothing. You can register your child using the form below. Reach out to Coach Jonathan Adams with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jonathan Adams is entering his 6th season as the Head Boys’ basketball coach at Notre Dame. During his tenure as coach, the Fighting Irish have amassed 104 wins and 5 consecutive trips to the district tournament championship game. The team has made the state tournament in 4 of his previous 5 seasons and have made it to the State Quarterfinals in the last two seasons. Coach Adams has coached 20 players that have made the all-district team and 10 players that have made the all-region team. Former player Tim Vaughn was named the back-to-back district player of the year, and Coach Adams has received the District II-A Coach of the Year in 4 of his 5 seasons.
Prior to Notre Dame, Coach Adams was an assistant coach at McCallie School under John Shulman where they reached the Division II-AA State Tournament Championship game. Coach Adams also has experience coaching at the college level as a graduate assistant and Director of Basketball Operations for Coach John Shulman at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Adams played high School basketball at Baylor School where he was named the Times-Free Press City player of the year and was a 2-time runner up for the Division II Mr. Basketball Award. Adams played at the collegiate level at Old Dominion University where he was named the Colonial Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2007. He left Old Dominion as the school’s all-time leader in career games played.