The Woodvale Specialist Basketball Program gives students the opportunities to achieve success and reach their potential in the game of Basketball. The College provides elite level teaching and learning programs that allow each student to improve in all aspects of the game. The College teams consistently perform outstandingly at both State and National levels.
In this program students are given the opportunity to participate in Basketball camps, Champion Schools Competitions, strength and conditioning development, officiating programs, guest coach presentations and more.
The Woodvale Basketball student develops:
We partner with Mecca Sports to produce our Basketball uniforms. Students are required to purchase a jersey and shorts for the program.
We also partner with KOIX to produce Woodvale branded Basketball shoes.
Students accepting a place in the Specialist Basketball Program are expected to continue to study basketball to the end of Year 9 as a minimum.
Over the past two years, Ms Hedley has helped me significantly to improve as a basketball player and an aspiring athlete. In the program, we are exposed to a variety of drills, guest coaches and tournaments, which strongly assists with our growth. I am excited to work with the basketball specialist teachers, high performance coaches and trainers to continue to develop my skills. I look forward to the opportunities they provide over the next few years in pursuing excellence at an elite level.
Applications must be submitted in person to the College Front Office. Please ensure you bring all supporting documentation with you.
Postal applications will only be accepted if applicant resides outside of the Perth Metropolitan area in which case certified copies of proof of residency must be submitted.
Please note that no acknowledgement will be sent by the College on receipt of your application.
If you have any queries please contact the Enrolments Officer on 6207 2400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Documents required for applicants not currently enrolled in the College