Now registering for the 2022-23 school year!
To register your child, please follow the steps outlined below.
Email us at email@example.com the following information:
- Name of student
- Age of student
- A brief summary of student’s basketball and athletic experience.
- Download the registration forms (info sheet, waiver), complete, and scan/return them back to us via email.
- Please make sure to mention that you would like to register in FireHeart Basketball School.
Upon receiving your email, a member of our staff will contact you to confirm your spot and to provide you with your welcome message complete with start-up details. If for any reasons spots are filled for the current year, you will be put on a waiting list in order of your registration.
Once you have received confirmation that your child has a spot in one of the classes, please pay the annual fee on the pay tuition page. The fee is $189 for an online payment, or $185 for Zelle and personal check payments.
NOTE: You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org any time to ask any questions you may have.
what parents and players are saying
Parent & player Testimonials
“If you are looking for a basketball school that encompasses sportsmanship, team work, skills, and ability; then you have found the right place! Coach Jackson is one of the best instructors in team sports! We have witnessed the FireHeart Basketball coaching staff guide young people through the bumps in life, using lessons that can only be learned on the basketball court. They work WITH the kids and are always prepared, positive, and ready to help their players achieve success both on AND off the court. Both of our sons train at FireHeart basketball and they are developing not only as highly trained competitive basketball players, but exceptional young men! You couldn’t ask for a better mentor than Coach Jackson!”
“Playing for coach Jackson and being a part of FireHeart was a great learning experience. Coach Jackson works hard to help all of his players become better athletes on and off the court. He takes a true interest in all of his players. FireHeart basketball is something I would suggest every student athlete to be a part of.”
“Coach Jackson coached my son, Brandon Burnett, in middle school. During that time their team won the league championship. Myself and my husband really appreciated Coach Jackson because what we saw was a coach that really was vested in the boys. Not only was he vested in the boys, Coach Jackson taught them how to work hard and provided them with life skills that Brandon could learn from and continue to use as he continued to grow into a young man. It was more than just basketball to Coach Jackson. Brandon went on to play high school basketball also Division-1 college basketball at Indiana State. Brandon has had many coaches throughout his career of basketball and the one coach that he still speaks of and has much respect for is Coach Jackson.
We as Brandon’s parents often say that it would have been nice to have a coach of Coach Jackson’s magnitude throughout his career. Coach Jackson was not just a great coach he also showed the boys values, lessons, teamwork, and taught them that hard work pays off.”
“Coach Jackson took his love and passion for the game of basketball and instilled it in me. He taught me the simple strategy and skillful fundamentals of the game, which lead me to great success on the court. He wasn’t just a coach for basketball- he was one for life as well. He stressed the importance of discipline, hard work, successes and failures, and how all are intertwined into not just wins and losses but developing who you are as a person. Whether it’s on the court or off, Coach Jackson will hold you accountable, responsible to not just yourself but your team. Coach Jackson is also always there to help/assist you along the way. He truly wants you to succeed in a game that’s bigger than basketball- the game of life. I highly recommend Coach Jackson to anyone dedicated to transforming into the best they can be, not just on the court, but off the court as well.”