The Right Way
Although winning is integral to the Magic tradition, we wholeheartedly believe in teaching basketball the right way. We prepare players to maximize their individual potential as well as focusing on key aspects such as teamwork and always working hard in practices and games. The lessons we teach go beyond basketball. We focus on developing young men and women on and off
Educated and Talented Coaches
Magic boasts the most qualified coaching staff in the region, with over 30 coaches that will not only help your son or daughter develop as a basketball player, but as a young leader as well. In total, Magic coaches have over 250 years of coaching experience, as well as numerous coaches that have played at the collegiate level. Many of our coaches coach at the interscholastic and collegiate levels as well.
Our communication is second to none. Parents are kept informed throughout the entire season beginning with parent meetings held during tryouts. Our website is always up to date with each season's information including weekly game schedules. Weekly updates are sent to parents throughout the season. There are also seasonal meetings to discuss and assist student-athletes in the college recruitment process.
The first hour of our weekly practices is focused solely on individual skill development to ensure every player continues to improve on a personal level. Coaches follow a progressive skill-based developmental program that focuses on ball handling, defense, footwork, passing, rebounding and shooting.
Magic player and team experiences, achievements and contributions, on and off the court, are documented and celebrated on various social media outlets. Full games are recorded for select teams so highlight and college videos can be easily created.
Top Notch Tournaments
In addition to our competitive regional schedule, our top level high school teams play in major tournaments during live periods. These teams often travel to tournaments in Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. In addition, every year two of our 8th grade teams attend the AAU World Championships at ESPN's Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida.