Please complete your Parental Consent Form before coming to the clinic.  No player will be able to participate without this form. This form is good for 1 year.


Basketball Deadline: November 1, 2020
Please contact Melia Vankat to register after this date.

Please complete all forms on the right and you will be directed to PayPal to submit your registration fees.  Registration will not be accepted without payment.

Players will not be permitted to practice without a parental consent form.

PLEASE NOTE:  It takes many hands to run a program.  Therefore, it is expected that every family will donate 10 hours of volunteer time.

MY SON OR DAUGHTER MEETS THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: “Homeschooling” is defined to mean that a student’s education is parent-directed. As such, the parents shall be involved in their child’s education by assuming the role of principal or headmaster, thereby (1) setting the date and requirements for high school graduation; (2) selecting and approving course materials and study schedules; and (3) selecting tutors, correspondence courses, videos, computer courses, and similar resources for their child’s education. HomeSchooling would also include a the person of legal responsibility* of the student filling the role of a parent. To be eligible for participation in the National Christian HomeSchool Basketball Championships, a player must be homeschooled continuously & begin playing on their team before the teams 1st game. Any players joining the team after the 1st game must follow the next step listed below, each unique situation is dealt with on case by case basis. Age & Gender Requirements A player’s age group is determined by his/her age on September 1, of the current school year. For example, a player who is 16 on September 1, but turns 17 on October 5th is considered eligible to play in the 16-and-under age group at NCHC events. Players may play in a higher age group, if desired. In basketball we offer 10u, 12u, 14u, 16u, & 18u age groups. In volleyball we offer 12u, 14u, 16u & 18u age groups.