Basketball Tryouts and Fees Information

A Quick word About Us & Our Teams

Welcome Parents and Players to Impact. We are glad you are interested in learning more about our basketball tryouts and other important information needed to join our teams. The foundation of our program is teaching the fundamentals of basketball, and is the key reason our kids do well when participating on their various school teams. Through basketball, we help each kid empower themselves, build and enhance teamwork skills and develop self confidence. Impact Basketball is a non-for-profit organization designed to help boys and girls develop and improve their basketball skills.

Spring/Summer Team Tryouts

Basketball is what we do but it not who we are - Impact Culture

Boys Grades 5th - 6th 
Saturday, February 16th & 23rd
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Boys Grades 7th - 8th 
Saturday February 16th & 23rd
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Girls Grades 2nd - 8th
February 16th & 23rd
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Oak Park River Forest High School Gym 
3 South or 1 East. 201 N. Scoville Ave. Oak Park, IL
Boys Grades 2nd - 4th
Friday, March 1st & 8th
7:30pm to 8:45pm
River Forest Community Center
8020 Madison Street River Forest, IL
HIGH SCHOOL | Boys & Girls
Boys Grades 9th - 10th
March 2nd & 9th
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Girls Grades 9th - 10th
March 2nd & 9th
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Oak Park River Forest High School
3 South or 1 East. 201 N. Scoville Ave. Oak Park, IL

Fees, Parent Participation and Player Expectations for Team Participants

Fees for Joining the Team


  • Payment of all fees is expected within 10 days of notification that your player made the team.

How to Pay

  • We accept Website Payment, Credit cards, Money orders
  • Checks and Cash or Payment Plan is available, please ask.

What the Fees Cover

  • Fees cover costs for gym rental, league play, and tournament entrance fees.
  • Fees do not cover potential expenses for overnight/out of state travel.
  • There might be other expenses not included in fee schedule - TBD

Parent Participation is a Requirement

  • It is important to the entire team that you get your child to practice on time.
  • You are expected to have the player arrive 30 minutes before scheduled games.
  • You need to be ready to volunteer as a team leader, or assist as needed working the game clock or stat book.
  • There is a Mandatory attendance to the Parent Meeting for you or the player cannot be on the team.

Team Player Expectations

  • All players must be on time and participate fully in all practices.
  • Players must arrive 30 minutes before scheduled games.
  • You will be expected to contact the coach if you will be absent or late to any practice or game.
  • It is important to show respect to your teammates, coaches, referees, and competing teams.