The House of Sports is excited to announce our new Learn to Play Homegrown Athlete training program. Our well established Learn to Play class program will now transition into a subscription-based sports program that allows children ages 2 to 8 years old the opportunity to have consistent, structured sports training in weekly classes. This will allow of consistent training with achievable benchmarks without the hassle of continually re-registering for programming. The initial commitment is 3-months, and after that, children will continue month-to-month with their weekly training as they build and grow as an athlete. We registering multiple siblings, a 5% discount will be applied to the Monthly fee.
Training programs are offered several days throughout the week and are divided by age, sport and level. For example, if your five-year-old is interested in soccer, you would find a day that fits your schedule and register in a 5-year-old soccer clinic. From there, your child will continue with that specific clinic (same day and time) and grow with that group of other children and coaching through the program. From week to week and month to month, children will participate in a benchmark-based clinic curriculum that includes skill building and competition. As children improve, they will move up in class ages and levels. The culmination of the program is to take children and teach them the skills where they can excel in organized team sports when they become old enough to participate. The program will kickoff March 4, 2022 and registration is open now!
In addition to your weekly sports classes, those enrolled in the Homegrown Athlete Learn to Play Program with also receive exclusive benefits and access at the House of Sports including:
Children ages 2 to 5 will learn the basic fundamentals of soccer, baseball, basketball and other sports. Each class focuses on one sport at a time to let children learn a variety of sports. (2 year old classes are parent participation.)
Soccer (House Kickers)
Children ages 2 through 8 will be instructed to focus on developing soccer skills. This introduction to the sport will focus on fundamental ball skills and exposing participants to social interaction with children of a similar age.
Baseball (House Hitters)
Children ages 3 to 7 will be instructed on the proper way to throw, catch, running the bases and hitting. We teach children the basic rules in a safe, friendly environment with age-appropriate drills.
Basketball (House Hoopers)
Children ages 3 to 7 will be taught the fundamentals of shooting, passing, dribbling and game-play.
Children ages 5 to 7 will develop a broad base of introductory skills including how to cradle, scoop, pass, catch and shoot. This class strictly focus on skills and there is no contact or checking.
-Summer Learn to Volley (JUNE - AUG)
-Private Small-Group Basketball Clinics!
-Learn to Play Birthday Parties!
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Little kid birthday parties are always the toughest to plan, but not anymore! Our newly renovated Learn to Play sports area now includes both turf and court, and in the upcoming weeks will also have a game room that includes ping-pong, foosball, pop-a-shot, and a video gaming area. Now that we are equipped with this awesome new space, it's the perfect spot for your little one's birthday party. For $400 you will have exclusive access to this area for 90 minutes along with equipment and a HOS coach. Food (4 pizzas), juice boxes, and paper products are also included!
For more information please contact Youth Sports Director: Liz Millan (email@example.com)
Check out our new small group basketball facility located in the renovated 5,000 sq. ft. Learn to Play sports area on the Mezzanine level of the House of Sports. This basketball training space is perfect for children ages 3 to 7 years old that are looking to learn the sport. The area can accommodate groups up to 5 or 6 children. Be sure to round up a few friends and reach out to our Youth Sports Director Elizabeth Millan to set up your private group training sessions today.
Youth Sports Director
Learn to Play Supervisor