Fall 2023 Boys & Girls Grades 3rd - 6th
Please use this link to register your player.
Grades 3/4 & 5/6 will be combined to form an In-House league.
Coaches are needed!
Registration Opens September 1st, 2023.
(Cost $150 per player / scholarships are available)
Mini-Camp: to be held October 9th through October 11th (Grand Rapids Middle School Gym)
(Girls 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM)
(Boys 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM)
Regular Practice: Begins the week of October 16th, 2023.
“Regular practice schedules will not be known, until conclusion of mini-camp when teams are formed.” “Practice times are also based on volunteer coach’s schedules / their time availability.”
Game Day Saturdays (Grand Rapids Middle School): October 28th (Also Picture Day), November 11th & 18th, December 2nd, 9th, & 16th
The In-House Season will conclude on December 16th, with a Playoff Tournament format.
Our mission is to create a fun, fair, and safe basketball environment that focuses on developing respect for others, self-confidence, leadership, teamwork, and basketball skills in our Grand Rapids Area student athletes. We strive to provide the best competition at all grade levels while maintaining the highest degree of participation and sportsmanship.
To promote, foster and perpetuate the game of basketball at the youth level.
Basketball should be a fun and rewarding experience for all: players, coaches, spectators, and referees.
I would like to welcome everyone to the Grand Rapids Area Basketball Association’s website. It is the GRABA board’s hope that this website will provide information that is useful and informative.
Since 1996, GRABA has proudly served all the children, grades K-6, who reside in the Grand Rapids School District. The primary goal of GRABA is to sponsor traveling teams in the GRABA Traveling League and administer the elementary school program in our grades K-2 and grades 3-6 House Leagues.
The GRABA board recognizes there are times when issues arise that may cause concerns. If at anytime any of our members have a concern, we urge them to communicate their concerns with a coach, board member, or the board of directors. The GRABA board meetings are open to the public and attendance is encouraged.
As an organization, we are committed to our children and I entrust that all adults who have a role in mentoring, whether a coach, volunteer, board member, or parent on the sideline, will strive to lead by example. GRABA also supports all athletics and activities in Grand Rapids, and encourages our athletes to play multiple sports. GRABA does not support sport specialization.
Lastly, I ask everyone to remember, winning is important, but it is secondary to our mission of striving to mold our children of today into the mentally sound and well-adjusted men and women of tomorrow.
- Currently masks are not required for athletes while playing or practicing
- Spectators may/may not be required to wear masks. This will be at the discretion of the facility/location.
- Requirements may change based on CDC, State or Local restrictions as the season progresses. GRABA will follow necessary rules in order for the athletes to stay safe and keep on the courts.