The motivation that led to the creation of Sun Youth in 1954 was to allow disadvantaged youths residing in the St. Louis district in Montreal, to play sports. Today, almost all the young people who attend the organization play within one of our sports teams, summer camp or day camp.
Our Sports and Recreation Program offers football and basketball at the amateur level. All our teams operate under the name of the Sun Youth Hornets. The uniforms are identified by a logo of a hornet, symbolizing the bite to team spirit and love of the sport. The equipment is supplied, with the exception of shoes. Membership fees vary according to the activities and family income.
In addition to the games of the regular season, youth participate in training camps and tournaments at local and national levels and sometimes international. Our athletes aged 13 to 18 years old may also use the supervised weight room.
All activities take place after school hours and during weekends, as academic success is more important than simply having fun.
Contact us at:
Coordinator of Basketball
SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP
From June 26th to August 11th, Sun Youth will be running a summer basketball camp for boys and girls ages 8-12 years old. The camp will feature games along with drills designed to improve skill as well as fitness training and outside activities. The camp will also provide cold breakfast, lunch and snack for kids.
The registration cost is $450 for 7 weeks or $70 per week. Hurry, space is limited!
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (514) 842-6822.
Girls basketball classes
Looking to get your little girl into basketball? Sun Youth offers free basketball classes for girls aged between 8-12 years old on Thursdays from 5:30pm to 7pm and Saturdays from 12:30pm to 2pm. It’s a great way to put the fun in fundamentals and encourage healthy lifestyles.
Every weekday after school, the student-athletes are invited to do their homework in the study room under the volunteer supervision and guidance from student teachers and retired teachers. Access to computers connected to the Internet is provided.