Summer Basketball Camps 2019

Oak Hill Academy Coach Steve Smith’s Basketball Camps

Camp 6

For Boys 10-17

Session 1 – June 9-13, 2019

Session 2 – June 16-20, 2019

Session 3 – June 23-27, 2019

For a printable Registration Form, click HERE.

For more information, please email  Lisa Smith at



OHA Basketball Camp FAQs

Q: Can I pay online or over the phone?

A: Deposits and advance payments are accepted only via personal check, cashier’s check or money order. Please make your check payable to: Oak Hill Academy. Any remaining balance due on Registration Day may be paid on site in cash or with a debit/credit card.

Q: Are camp scholarships available?

A: No funds are available for camp scholarships.


Q: Is there a multiple camper discount?

A: No. However, there is a $20 discount if your camp tuition is paid in full by May 1st.


Q: I live outside of the USA. How do I make my payment?

A: You may make arrangements for a bank wire transfer or pay via credit card over the phone (additional fees apply). Please email for instructions.


Q: Does my deposit guarantee my camper a spot?

A: Yes. Camp is simply first-come, first-served.


Q: Who is eligible to attend camp?

A: Boys only, ages 10-17 for all sessions.


Q: What is the skill level?

A: Boys attending camp are at various levels in their development. However, most play on either their school team, AAU team or both.


Q: Who are the coaches and speakers at camp?

A: OHA Head Coach Steve Smith runs Sessions 1 & 2, aided by his assistant coaches and strength coach. Various former players and coaches return to help instruct and supervise for all sessions. Please Note: Session 3 is run by the OHA assistant coaches and strength coach. Coach Smith leads one lecture during Session 3.


Q: What is taught during camp?

  • Individual stations emphasizing fundamentals
  • Team and individual drills to improve strength and conditioning
  • Individual skill competitions
  • 3×3 and 5×5 team play is competitively coached


Q: How are roommates assigned?

A: Boys of the same age are assigned together, at random. However, campers can make a roommate request on their registration form.


Q: What should I pack for my camper?

  • Campers may bring snacks to keep in their dorm room, but please keep in mind that individual rooms do not have refrigerators.
  • Bedding for a twin-xl size bed is needed (including pillow).
  • Towels, workout apparel, shoes and toiletry items are must-haves.
  • Other items to consider: fan, swimming trunks, alarm clock, sunscreen.


Q: Do I need to bring cash to pay for any meals/snacks?

A: Three meals per day (all you can eat) are provided daily in the campus dining hall. No cash is needed. However, the Campus Store is open each day. Apparel and snacks are available for purchase, if desired.


Q: Is there wi-fi? Are electronic devices permitted?

A: Wi-fi is available in some areas. The password will be issued at registration. Phones and other devices are not prohibited, but are not encouraged. Phones are not permitted during camp instruction or in the dining hall at mealtimes. OHA is not responsible for any damaged or lost electronic devices.


Q: What time does camp begin on Registration Day?

A: Camp begins Sunday evening immediately after dinner at 6:00 pm.


Q: When do I drop off and pick up my camper?

A: All campers should be dropped off on Sunday between 2:00-5:00 pm and picked up by 12 noon on Thursday. Day campers should be dropped off each morning at 8:00 am and picked up each evening between 8:00-8:30 pm. Parents/Guardians are welcome to stay and watch competitions at any time.


Q: Is there any difference in the three sessions?

A: The daily schedule is relatively the same for each session. Each week brings a different group of campers and a couple of coaching changes. Please Note: Session 3 is run by the OHA assistant coaches and strength coach. Coach Smith leads one lecture during Session 3.