Basketball Camps


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THE FUTURE STARS STORYGirls Basketball camps photos


It's great to have big dreams. We've all done it before. (Remember taking on the NBA pros in the driveway... and winning?) Achieving these dreams takes hard work. In the early 1970's, Cathy Rush had big dreams for a team from a tiny school in Pennsylvania. As head coach of Immaculata College in the 1970's, this Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame led her "Mighty Macs" to five national championship games, winning three consecutive national titles... an accomplishment still unsurpassed by any collegiate women's basketball coach! While stressing fundamentals and using game tactics labeled "way ahead of her time," Cathy compiled a record of 149-15, a winning-percentage of 91%! As a result, Cathy and the "Mighty Macs" from Immaculata College took the country by storm playing in the first nationally televised game and playing in front of over 12,000 fans at Madison Square Garden!

young girls playing basketball in our camp

Cathy Rush also had big dreams for young girls who wanted to compete in the sport of basketball. Using her advanced coaching style, Future Stars was created to provide opportunities for girls to develop their skills and be exposed to college scholarships. Entering its 40th year, over 100,000 campers have taken advantage of the Future Stars experience, and the tradition continues to grow. The success and longevity of the Future Stars program relies on a winning combination of individual instruction and team challenges held in a positive learning environment.
For a player to become the best, she has to learn from the best. With over a quarter century of experience and success, Cathy Rush's Future Stars is the best!

The Future Stars Staff reads like a Who's Who in the game of girls' basketball. Our Former Staff members have gone on to become the country's top coaches.

Geno Auriemma of the University of Conneticut, Theresa Grentz (Former Coach of University of Illinois), Muffet McGraw of Notre Dame, Tara Vanderveer of Stanford and the 1996 Gold Medal Winning Olympic Team were all once part of the coaching ranks at Cathy Rush's fine camps!

The current staff, comprised of high school coaches and top collegiate players, aspires to be the next generation of Who's Who!

girls resting in our basketball camp












2015 CAMP Sessions

  • July 19 - 23 FUTURE STARS
  • July 19 - 23 SHOOTING STARS
  • July 19 - 23 POINT GUARD CAMP
  • July 19 - 23 POST PLAYER CAMP


Overnight Camp Commuter Camp
$550 $325



Future Stars offers three programs to suit all needs:

  • OVERNIGHT: For ages 9-18
    COMMUTER: For ages 9-18, includes lunch and dinner.

*Upon receipt of your application, Future Stars will send you driving instructions
and a camp checklist with specific information regarding arrival and departure.

*Overnight campers choose their roommate at camp arrival.


Our overnight camps are located at Gwynedd-Mercy College. Gwynedd offers excellent Air-Conditioned facilities including modern dormitories, a superb cafeteria featuring nutritious meals with a salad bar, and extensive indoor courts -- so we play no matter what the weather!

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Winter Address: P.O. Box 2335 | Warminster, PA 18974-2335
215.674.0494 | FAX 215.674.0496 |