Charlotte Basketball Academy is proud to announce the acceptance of international students for admissions to its Post Graduate Program. Charlotte Basketball Academy is a stated to be a great choice for international students based on their aggressive basketball game schedule, skill & development training and course academic rigor per Tom Raptor, Director of Pro Hoops. CBA is getting more and more praise for the 1 on 1 commitment offered to each student and the elite platform used as a springboard to showcase student's talents. It's exciting news that the academy has extended its services international post graduate students. This will afford the academy, the ability to rise to the level of competition the Post Graduate game schedule is currently on. With one of the most aggressive game schedules in the country, competing against programs such as; Hargrave Academy, Brewster Academy, and Fork Union Academy. CBA is undoubtedly on the rise to becoming a global contender as a premier Sports Academy for student athletes. CBA offers a warm and welcoming community. an excellent springboard into English proficiency, American culture, and the building of relationships and contacts that will last a lifetime. Academy has very recently hosted students from China, Russia, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, South Korea, Thailand, Canada, Italy, Ecuador, Cuba, Germany, Austria, and other nations. International studentsare easily integrated into all aspects of the Academy Experience: athletics, fine arts, clubs, and academic life. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), prep assistance to take the TOEFL test, classes help students to develop increased proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in English. Their outstandingCollege Counselingprogramis a very important component of each student's high school experience, and international students are no exception to this rule. All of Charlotte Basketball Academy's international students live at CBA's state of the art residential facility. Partaking in aggressive 2 a day training workouts between 2 hours each training session. Students are immersed in college style dormitory living with a host of fun and exciting off campus activities. For more information regarding Charlotte Basketball Academy visit school website at www.charlottebasketballacademy.net
CBA is lead by 2017 6'7 SF Akeem white 21ppg 10rpg offers From: Utep, New Mexico sty, NC A&T, 9 Junior college offers 2017 6'1 PG Jeremy Marte 12ppg 7apg Interest: Northern Arizona, Omaha, Delaware st 2017 6'8 PF Lydell Greffered 16ppg 16rpg Interest: Delaware st Maryland Eastern shore, Grambling univ Lincoln PA 2017 6'0 PG Juvante Hayes 14ppg 9apg Interest: Northern Arizona, Omaha, Delaware st Offer: Southern Wesleyan 2017 6'4 SF Marcus Wesley 18ppg 8rpg Interest: Delaware st Maryland Eastern shore, Grambling unit
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