House Basketball League Grades 9-12 (Registration Opens Nov. 13th)
$100 through November 28th. $115 on or after November 29.
Income-based fee reductions are available to qualified individuals for all Arlington County programs. Children who receive reduced lunch pay 50% of the basketball registration fee; children who receive free lunch pay 25%. Children eligible for fee reductions can register online but please do NOT complete the payment section and contact your league commissioner to make payment arrangements at the discounted rate. Individuals requesting fee reductions also may register in person at the Arlington Sports Office, or via mail. You can find more information about fee reductions here.
Walk-up registration is also available at the registration office which is located at 3700 S. Four Mile Run Dr. during business hours, Monday-Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Basketball League Rules:
Arlington County House Basketball League Rules can be found here: 2017-18 Youth Basketball Rules
Summary of Rules specific to 9-12th grades:
Everyone involved in our program should be familiar with and uphold the Code of Conduct, officials, coaches, parents and players all have a hand in promoting this code and reporting violations.
Practice will begin no later than the week of January 9. Players will be notified by their coach prior to the first practice. Teams will practice one night per week through the end of the season. The majority of practices will be held in the later weeknight time slots and on weekends.
Game play begins January 6, 2017. Games will be played primarily on Saturday and Sunday with some weeknight games.
Any returning players on 2016-17 rosters who wish to remain on last year’s team are given priority on 2017-18 rosters until 8:00 PM on November 28th, 2017. This is a no-cut program. All players will be placed on a team. Players rostered on Arlington High School or Private High School (JV or Freshman) teams are eligible to participate in the Arlington House League Program. However, each of the house teams will be limited to a maximum of one (1) such player, and each may play a maximum of two quarters in a game.
**Important: Players rostered on a varsity high school basketball team are not eligible to participate in Arlington House Basketball.**
Games WILL be played on holiday weekends (January 13-14 and February 17-18), so please plan accordingly.
To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) developed the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The Heads Up initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion. We suggest that parents take this opportunity to educate themselves on the symptoms of concussions and the appropriate way to monitor them. You will be surprised as to how many signs there are that most take for granted or simply miss. Click HERE for more helpful information.