Through our basketball program, we aim to instill a sense of discipline, teamwork, and sportsmanship in our student-athletes.
We believe that these values are essential for success both on and off the court, and we are committed to helping our students develop the skills and mindset they need to excel in all aspects of their lives. Overall, Southern California Academy is dedicated to provide a comprehensive educational and athletic experience that helps our student-athletes thrive academically, athletically, and personally.
We are passionate about creating a positive impact in our community by providing opportunities for underprivileged children to reach their full potential and become valuable members of society.
SCA Student Athletes attend to Pathways Private School in Orlando Florida.
6:30am-7:30am (High School, Middle School & Postgrad)
9:00am-11:00am (Only Postgrad)
8:00am-1:30pm (Postgrad student athletes will be on how many credits are needed)
Life Skills, Team Practices, Strength & Conditioning
Team Core GPA: 3.3 in the last 3yrs
Ranked Top 5 in the country
Post Grad team 2022-2023
3-0 against NBA Academy
22 players ranked in the top 150 in the last 3 years
Top 25 National Team,
30+ Division 1 players in 3 years
John Wall Invitational Champions, St James Invitational Champions
Ranked top 5 team in the country and #1 in
California 2021-2022 season
Yaru Harvey: Portland
Skyler Wilson: Portland
Dreshaun Doyne: Arkansas Pine Bluff
Anthony Swift: Southern Utah
Jalen Weaver: Nevada
Jaylen Thompson: Stanford University
Oziyah Sellers: USC
Vincent Iwuchukwu: USC
Jaxon Kohler: Michigan St. University
Dior Johnson: Pittsburgh University
Robert Cowherd: Ole Miss University
Amaree Abram: Ole Miss University
Davis Ambuehl: Ole Miss University
Denim Dawson: Nebraska University
Miles Keeffe: Vanderbilt University
Taeshaud Jackson: VMI
Luke Murphy: Colorado St. University
Jarin Edwards- University of Hawaii – Hilo
Jed Miller: Montana St. University
Jalen Reed: LSU
AJ Johnson: Texas University
Isaiah Miranda: NC State University
Drew Fielder: Georgetown University
Garwey Dual: Providence University
Donovan Santoro: Providence University
Will Heimbrodt: Seattle University
James Jewell: Manhattan
Makaih Williams: Wyoming University
Braelon Green: Arizona St. University
Devin Curtis: Cal
Robert Davis: UMass
With multiple teams within the program, including National, Varsity, Junior National, Middle School, and Post-Graduate. SCA basketball provides the nation’s most effective training environment for student-athletes.
SCA’s National Team competes against some of the nation’s top programs while earning unparalleled exposure during showcases and national televised games and tournaments. Student-athletes within this team aspire to compete for top D1 programs or at the NBA and professional levels. Training consists of intensive workouts and team development that mirrors that of an elite collegiate program.
SCA offers several Varsity teams to accommodate student-athletes at various levels.
Varsity teams compete against regional and national programs and also take on a challenging seasonal schedule. Varsity student-athletes have an opportunity to gain collegiate exposure during showcases and tournaments.
SCA’s Junior National Team provides 9th and 10th graders with an opportunity to compete at a high level against top Varsity and Junior Varsity teams locally and regionally. This team prepares student athletes for the Varsity and National team through a full competition, schedule, internal scrimmages, position-specific instruction, developmental opportunities, and more. Junior National student athletes also begin to understand the college recruitment process in preparation for their next steps.
SCA Academy’s Middle School basketball teams provide student-athletes with the chance to develop and prepare for their progression towards the National, Varsity, and Junior National teams. Middle school student-athletes will be exposed to high-level skill development and training that building a foundation for incremental growth.
SCA’s dedicated post-graduate teams competes against national competition at various tournaments and showcase events, allowing them to gain unprecedented exposure. Post graduate players do not jeopardize their NCAA eligibility while preparing for their next steps at the collegiate level both on the court as well as with a college placement advisor and academic staff. Post-graduates will develop through position-specific training while benefitting from an extra season to increase physicality as well as mental toughness and maturity.