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WHY US HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL?

Playing high school basketball in the US can be an incredible experience that is also an effective platform to propel your basketball career forward.

There are varying opportunities available out there and we can help connect you with a school that may fit what you are looking for.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

There are many full or partial scholarship opportunities available for high school.

COLLEGE EXPOSURE

Be in the US where college coaches can see you at any time of the year.

CULTURAL EXPERIENCE

Spend your high school years in another country, experiencing American culture.

Play everyday against the best high school talent in the world.

COMPETITION LEVEL

While it may take many coaches and people to produce a successful sportsman or sportswoman, it does take courage to follow a less travelled but shorter route to reach the same destination.

Thank you to AUSA Hoops for helping my son to experience yet a different way to embark on his journey, a drive that will certainly not be easy but possible with the right mind set, mentorship, determination and focus.

Parents whose kids want to play college basketball should seriously consider AUSA Hoops programs.

ALPHONSE RUTAYSIRE

Father of Aime

He ate, drank and slept basketball for two years, studied hard and challenged himself to be the best he could – in all aspects of his life.  

Simply put, you can get better anywhere, but if you want to be the best you can be, then you have to play against the best talent you can find.  So, if you want to play college ball in the States, you simply have to go there. 

The sacrifice is enormous – financially and otherwise. But, the payoff lasts forever.  No regrets was Cameron’s mantra, and now he has 4-5 years of free education and a life experience staring him right in the face!

MIKE HEALY

Father of Cam - Monteverde

But this is not just about academia and basketball. He has also gained so much personally.

Our son has received worldly knowledge we couldn’t give him at home and has learnt to cope for himself in a safe environment.


This is a once in a lifetime opportunity! Don’t think twice - if the opportunity arises, grab it with both hands and go for it. You will not be disappointed.
 I cannot thank AUSA Hoops enough for what they have done for us. They work tirelessly to ensure our son achieves his goals.

ANTHONY GOLDRICK

Father of Daniel - La Lumiere

WHAT AUSA PARENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT US HIGH SCHOOL

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5 AUSA HOOPS PLAYERS IN THE 
2017 US HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

When the 2017 Dick's  Championship game tipped off, 5 AUSA Hoops players found themselves competing for a national championship.

 La Lumiere featuring Jacob Epperson (VIC), James Anderson (VIC), Ramon Singh (NSW) and Daniel Goldrick (NSW) defeated Monteverde with Cam Healy (NSW).

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HOW CAN AUSA HOOPS HELP ME?

AUSA Hoops was created in 2013 to help create a pathway for more Australians to play in the US.

We have taken more than 100 Aussie players over to the US and helped players attend high school in many states including California, Florida, Indiana, Nebraska, Minnesota and more.

 After reading through the information booklet, if you are interested in continuing your search for a US high school, you will need to fill out an online application form.

Once you complete that form, we will be able to start helping you find a high school.

WHAT'S IN THE INFORMATION BOOKLET?


This booklet is designed to get you on the right path and help you figure out the basics of what is out there. Find answers to questions like:

When is the best time to go to the US?

How do you find the right school for you?

What are the scholarship opportunities?

And much more.



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Finishing high school this year? No stress - you can always head over to the US to attend a Prep school.

We recommend going to a prep school immediately after you complete your Year 12 final exams (usually early November).

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