Friends School Basketball Clinic

Join us for our 2017-2018 Season 

Friends School of Baltimore is once again sponsoring a basketball clinic for boys and girls in grades 2 through 5 (typically ages 7 to 11).  Participants do not have to be Friends School students,  so tell your friends and neighbors! 

Sessions will be held Saturdays from 9-11 am in the Friends School gymnasium from January 6-March 3. 

Registration deadline is January 6.  
Please note the clinic will be canceled if there is insufficient
enrollment.

Our Mission: To emphasize skill development and fundamentals, teach basics of basketball principles, contests, and gameplay.
Participants will learn and practice:
  • Dribbling fundamentals
  • Shooting fundamentals
  • Passing fundamentals
  • Triple threat stance
  • Free throw shooting
  • Rebounding fundamentals
  • Defensive fundamentals
  • Team fundamentals
  • How to play the game
Registration and Payment Questions? 
Contact the AE Office 
Hours: Monday-Friday from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Phone: 410-649-3218
Fax: 410-649-3307 (for medical releases only)
Email: ae@friendsbalt.org

Basketball Clinic Facebook 

Meet our Coach

Lloyd McCleave, returning for his second season, is a member of Friends School’s Information Services department and is our assistant varsity basketball coach. Lloyd played basketball at Calvert Hall College High School. From there, he went on to play at Frostburg State University. He is excited to share his knowledge with young student-athletes to improve their skills and understanding of the game of basketball.

In the Event of Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, announcements will be made on the main Friends School website (www.friendsbalt.org) and on the Friends School Weather Information Line (410-649-3311). 


Friends School Basketball Clinic and Friends School of Baltimore, Inc. (the School) believes that a positive working relationship between the child and the child’s parents or guardians is essential. Therefore, the School reserves the right to dismiss or not re-enroll the child if the School concludes, in its sole discretion, that the actions of a parent or guardian make such a positive relationship unnecessarily difficult, interfere with the School’s operation, are not supportive of the School’s goals, or adversely affect the reputation of the School. The School reserves the right to dismiss or not re-enroll the child if the School concludes, in its sole discretion, that the needs or demands made by or on behalf of the child or the child’s parents or guardians place an undue burden on the resources of the School.
5114 North Charles Street | Baltimore, MD 21210 | 410-649-3200