2017-2018 SCVAA Basketball Registration

Registration for 2017-2018 Basketball (2nd.-12th. Grade) opens in September

To inquire about any possible remaining open roster spots, contact the Basketball Commissioner at: basketball@scvaa.org

There will be a $20 late fee assessed to all 2-12th grade registrations received after the deadlines.  Late registrants may also be placed on teams on a space-available basis. Late registrants will only be accepted if there is room on a team.

2016-2017 VAA Registration Fees

K/1st. Grade - $65

2nd. Grade - $85

3rd.-6th. Grade - $140

7th.-8th. Grade - $165


Registration Deadlines:

K/1---Jan. TBD, 2018

2nd - 8th Grade---Oct. TBD, 2017

9th.-12th. Grade---Nov. TBD, 2017

Late registrations may be placed on teams on a space-available basis. A late fee of $20 will be added to all late registrations.

Online registration is the preferred method of enrolling athletes in SCVAA sports programs.  
 Watch for info in the September ebackpack from School District 834.








Late Registration Policy:
There will be a $20.00 late fee assessed to all grades 2nd. - 8th. registrations received after the Oct. TBD standard registration has closed. Late registrants may be placed on teams on a space-available basis. Late Registrants will be placed on teams only if there is room. Registration for grades 9th.-12th. will remain open until Nov. TBD.  Registration for K/1 will remain open until December.

Questions?

Please contact the SCVAA Basketball Commissioner via email, and we will reply to your inquiry as soon as possible.

email:
basketball@scvaa.org

As usual, we attempt to place students from the same school together wherever possible. This year we are limiting teams to a maximum of 12 players. This will make it more common to have teams comprised of students from multiple schools. We do take geographic locations into account when forming combined teams. On-time registrations will be given priority when assigning players to the team of their choice.

We strongly urge parents to be open minded about allowing their children to play with students from other schools. Many strong relationships have been created by these situations, if not immediately, often in later grades.