What is the calendar for Virginia PostGrad?
Virginia PostGrad typically begins on the Tuesday after Labor Day, and ends at the end of February, unless tournament/game obligations last longer.
What is a typical daily schedule?
The Virginia Postgrad day runs from 8:30 am-3 pm. A typical daily schedule includes four components: Strength training (2-3x weekly), Evolution Basketball Skill Training (2-3x weekly), Team Practice (daily), Flex time (daily). Flex time may consist of online learning time, basketball video work, guest speakers, team building activities, etc. Coaching staff. Evolution staff and strength training staff will collaborate to build the optimal schedule.
9:00-10:15 STRENGTH TRAINING
10:15-11:15 SKILL TRAINING
12:00-1:15 FLEX TIME (ONLINE LEARNING, GUEST SPEAKERS, FILM STUDY, MEETINGS)
9:00-10:15 SKILL TRAINING
12:30-1:30 FLEX TIME (ONLINE LEARNING; GUEST SPEAKERS, FILM STUDY; MEETINGS)
1:45-3:00 STRENGTH TRAINING
10:30-11:30 SKILL TRAINING
12:15-1:15 FLEX TIME (ONLINE LEARNING; GUEST SPEAKERS; FILM STUDY; MEETINGS)
1:30-2:45 STRENGTH TRAINING
What does the game schedule look like?
Virginia PostGrad aims to play at least 25 games. The team will travel regionally, as well as host games at the CYA Fieldhouse. VPA will compete against other Post-grad/Prep school programs, Community College/Junior Colleges, Four-year college JV teams.
What is the cost of Virginia PostGrad?
Virginia PostGrad aims to run a first-class program with the best in basketball coaching, skill development and strength training at a great facility. Additionally, we plan to play quality competition. The goal is to do so at a cost substantially lower than the typical prep-school program.
What does the cost cover?
CYA Fieldhouse court time
Evolution Basketball Training
Will I get a scholarship if I play for VPA?
There are no guarantees of a scholarship. The goal of VPA is to give student-athletes preparation to play on the college level through high level skill development, strength training, practice and game experience, and exposure. Playing time in games must be earned, and college playing opportunities are ultimately decided by college coaches.