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We care about the community, our youth, the game of basketball.

CTAB (cee-tab) is a non-profit organization that has as its primary mission, to inspire, motivate, and thoroughly enhance the talents of each individual player enrolled in the program. This is accomplished by instructing them, individually, on how to excel and be the best person and basketball player possible. CTAB has a specialized program of advanced drills, teaching techniques, and life skill lessons. 


CTAB provides a comprehensive program for athletes of all ages and skill levels by using research-based programs and training to improve the athletes’ fundamental basketball knowledge.  CTAB intends to educate athletes as well as provide an intense and enthusiastic environment where commitment, determination, and preparation will create opportunities for success. Our trainers will continually evaluate a player’s game skills and then offer precise and specific suggestions for modifications of the players skill set so that the athlete will grow and see tangible results when it is time to put their individual talents to the test in a game.


CTAB will provide affordable training for all youth, as well as provide subsidized scholarships, to the extent possible, for those students that may not be able to attend otherwise due to costs. 


CTAB follows the scripture:


1 Peter 4:10 (NIV)

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”


We are here to support and help discover unseen abilities and flourish youth potential. Many of the youth in today's society, outside of their home, have lack of support and no extra tools to help equip them for life.


Life skills and mentoring is almost non-existent in the sports world. It prepares our youth on how to respond in positive manners throughout various situations on and off the court. We are proud to have the ability to utilize our God given talents and share our knowledge with our student-athletes, as well as their families.

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