Last Updated: October 17, 2017
 

PRD Girls Basketball Camp

There will be two (2) separate weeks of PRD Girls Basketball Camp in 2017. Campers can register for either session, or both!

Both sessions are available to register for on 2/20/17

July 10 - 14 (Session 1) @ PHS
July 31 - August 4 (Session 2) @PHS

Open to Rising 5th - 9th Graders in Fall 2017
9 am - 3 pm daily + optional swimming @ CP Pool from 3 - 5 pm
 $128 for Princeton residents/$213 for nonresidents*


*Open to Princeton residents, Cranbury residents & nonresidents that attend school in Princeton. Other nonresidents will be put on a wait list and added later of space is available.
Registration will begin online February 20 at CommunityPass.net Click the link to be redirected to the CommunityPass site.


PRD Girls Summer Basketball League

The Girl’s Summer Basketball League is open to students entering grades 4-9 in September of 2017.  Residents of Princeton, Montgomery and Cranbury are eligible to participate.  Residents of other towns may be eligible to participate if they attend school in Princeton.  Games are played outdoors at Community Park courts, located directly behind Community Park School.  Games are played on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with Fridays reserved for game play as needed. Grades 4-6 play at 6 pm and grades 7-9 play at 6:55 pm.  In the case that there are not enough registrants to play in league format, this program will run as an instructional clinic. Program runs from June 22 – July 28.

 

Fee: $44 for Princeton residents and $86 for nonresidents.

Dates: June 22 - July 28
Days: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday(if necessary)

Registration: Online at CommunityPass online registration system. Registration will begin on February 20, 2017.

Fee: $44 for Princeton residents
Montgomery & Cranbury residents: $86
Nonresidents that attend school in Princeton: $86


Nonresidents (besides Montgomery & Cranbury) with no school affiliation will be put on a wait list and added later of space is available.

For additional information, please contact John Groeger at jgroeger@princetonnj.gov


Boys Summer BBall League Details

The Boy’s Summer Basketball League is open to students entering grades 4-9 in September of 2017.  Residents of Princeton, Montgomery and Cranbury are eligible to participate.  Residents of other towns may be eligible to participate if they attend school in Princeton.  Games are played outdoors at Community Park courts, located directly behind Community Park School.  Games are played on Mondays and Wednesdays, with Fridays reserved for game play as needed. Grades 4-6 play at 5:20 pm and grades 7-9 play at 6:15 pm.  In the case that there are not enough registrants to play in league format, this program will run as an instructional clinic. Program runs from June 23 – July 28.

 

Fee: $44 for Princeton residents and $86 for nonresidents.

Dates: June 23 - July 28

Days: Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Registration: Online at CommunityPass online registration system. Registration will begin on February 20, 2017.

Fee: $44 for Princeton residents
Montgomery & Cranbury residents: $86
Nonresidents that attend school in Princeton: $86


Nonresidents (besides Montgomery & Cranbury) with no school affiliation will be put on a wait list and added later of space is available.

For additional information, please contact John Groeger at jgroeger@princetonnj.gov


 

PRD Boys Basketball Camp

There will two weeks of PRD Boys Basketball Camp in 2017. Campers may register for either session or both!  Both sessions are available to register for on 2/20/17.

Session 1: June 26 - June 30 
Session 2:  July 17 - July 21 @ John Witherspoon MS


- Open to Rising 5th - 9th Graders in Fall 2017
- 9 am - 3 pm + optional swimming @ CP Pool from 3 - 5 pm

Session #1: $128 for Princeton residents/$213 for nonresidents*

Session #2: $128 for Princeton residents/$213 for nonresidents*

*Open to Princeton residents, Cranbury residents & nonresidents that attend school in Princeton. Other nonresidents will be put on a waiting list and added later if space is available.

Registration will begin online on February 20 at CommunityPass.net Click the link to be redirected to the CommunityPass site.

For additional information, please contact John Groeger at jgroeger@princetonnj.gov


 

Summer Hoops - FAQ's

1) Why is the girls program a partnership between Princeton & Montgomery recreation departments but the boy's program is not? The girls league began in 2001 as a partnered effort between the two towns. The boy's league began in 1993 as a Princeton rec. program. Since then, the rules have changed to allow Montgomery residents to participate (at the nonresident rate) but the Montgomery Recreation office is not involved in the operation of the program.

3) Can I request a specific teammate? Team (mate) requests are not met often in the summer programs. Kids of the same age almost always play at the same time so carpooling is possible in most cases.

4) Where are the Community Park Courts? The Community Park Courts are located on the grounds of Community Park School, near the Tennis Courts and Race Street Parking Lot .

5) What if I live outside of Princeton or Montgomery but I attend school in one of the towns?
Girls Skills Clinic: Nonresidents that attend school in Princeton or Montgomery may sign up immediately but you still do have to pay the nonresident rate.
Boys Summer League: Nonresidents that attend school in Princeton may sign up at any time and pay the nonresident rate.

6) What if I live in Cranbury? Cranbury residents may sign up for any of our youth summer basketball programs at the nonresident rate. 

7) I do not live in Princeton, Montgomery or Cranbury but I still want to play; what are my options? Nonresidents will be put on a waiting list until the program is set to begin. At that point the Program Supervisor will decide if there is room for additional players.

Additional questions? Please email John Groeger: jgroeger@princetonnj.gov


Nonresident Registration

Nonresidents interested in registering for youth summer basketball programs will be put on a waiting list until after the programs begin. If there is space available at that point, nonresidents will be added. To be added to the waiting list, please visit our CommunityPass.net online registration system, create your family account, & go through the steps of the registration process for the program. The system should recognize you as a nonresident and put you immediately to the waiting list. It will NOT ask you to pay for the program at this point.

Because our youth summer leagues are partnerships with Montgomery Recreation, Montgomery residents can sign up at any time. Montgomery residents must pay the nonresident rate for the boys' program (same rate as Princeton residents for girls program). In addition, Cranbury residents AND nonresidents that attend school in Princeton may sign up at any time but they must still pay the nonresident rate.