Archive Programs

For over 17 years P.H.A.S.E. 1 Youth Association created and implemented community events, leagues training programs, showcases, workshops, and galas to support the goals of youth in our global community.  P.H.A.S.E. 1 would like to thank all the youth, parents and volunteers that made P.H.A.S.E. 1’s services possible. Many of our volunteers have been youth from our after-school programs receiving volunteer hours towards graduation and valuable work experience.  Our services were uniquely designed to assist youth in the following areas; academic assistance to pursue higher education, obtaining athletic and academic scholarships, character development, and local and international community outreach. While staying true to our mission of empowering youth to become leaders for the next generation.  

Work Shops & After School Programs

2000-2012

The P.H.A.S.E. 1 after school program has been the foundation for tutoring, mentorship, volunteering, step dance and the development of P.H.A.S.E. 1’s community initiatives and events. P.H.A.S.E. 1's international outreach was designed to give students an opportunity to travel and volunteer in communities around the world. P.H.A.S.E. 1 facilitated members of our step team to take a trip to perform outreach in Nairobi Kenya and take a team of inner-city basketball players to Duoi France. Current projects include the supporting Calabar Basic School in Trelawny, Jamaica and the development of a Jamaican youth training facility.

All Canada Classic

2000-2012

The All Canada Classic National High School All-Star Basketball Celebration run by P.H.A.S.E. 1 still stands as Canada’s 1st and longest run national high school all-star celebration. From 2001-2012, the All Canada Classic consistently featured the biggest names in Canadian boy’s and girl’s high school basketball under the same roof for competition receiving awards. The All Canada Classic alumni consists of over 30 players (ACC Top 30) that have appeared on NBA/WNBA rosters, hundreds of NCAA D1 players, hundreds of International Pros, over 50 Canadian Sr. National Team Members, and many of Canada’s only Male and Female Olympians in the 21st Century.

Rumble in the T-Dot

2000-2012

Canada’s longest run national high school all-star game. The final 3 years the event was held at the Air Canada Center in Toronto ON in front of thousands of fans live and on t.v. Past events featured the best and biggest name male and female Canadian high school basketball players including Canadian NBA Draft picks Anthony Bennett-Canada’s First #1 Overall Pick Cleveland Cavaliers, Andrew Nicholson– Orlando Magic, Nik Stauskas– Sacramento Kings, Tyler Ennis– Phoenix Suns, Sim Bhullar – Sacramento Kings. Olivier Hanlan– Utah Jazz, Kelly Olynyk– Boston Celtics,  Tristan Thompson–Cleveland Cavaliers,  Cory Joseph– San Antonio Spurs, Kris Joseph– Boston Celtics and Denham Brown – Seattle Super Sonics. On the female side Canadian Senior Women’s National team members Alisha Tathamand Kalisha Keane (WNBA – San Antonio San Antonio Silver Stars ushered in the first evergirls “All Canada Classic”. Recent female stars that have participated includesWNBA stars Natalie Achonwa– Indiana Fever, WNBA Rookie of the Year and WNBA All Star, Miranda Ayim– Tulsa Shock, Kayla Alexander  - San Antonio Silver Stars

Rising Stars Showcase

2001-2012

The Rising Stars Showcase for boys and girls grade 7-11 was created to identify and encourage the young players that will become the future of Canadian basketball. At the showcase, athletes were introduced to P.H.A.S.E. 1’s proven training system while offering an opportunity for and to display their talent against some of the top players in the country. The assembly of coaches and mentors helped these athletes expand their basketball skills, build friendships in the basketball community and grow as student athletes through life skills sessions and workshops.

 

The Rising Stars Showcase has introduced to the world top Canadian players, such as Kris Joseph, Tyler Ennis, Corey Joseph, Junior Cadougan, Jevohn Shepherd, Kalisha Keane, Kayla Alexander, Wumi Agunbiade, Nathalie Achonwa and more. These budding stars all developed into future “All Canada Classic” alumni and current Canadian National team stars.

P.H.A.S.E. 1 Journey Awards

2004-2012

The annual P.H.A.S.E. 1 All Canada Classic traditionally starting with a semi-formal awards banquet recognizing and awarding the efforts of dedicated members in our basketball community. On this special evening, all the participants in the All Canada Classic were in attendance at the awards for Mr. and Miss Basketball, Coach of the Year, and many more were presented. Past and present all-stars will had the opportunity to meet and encourage each other and a number of celebrities and guest presenters were in attendance to help enhance the evening.

All Canada Prospect Camp

2002-2014

As a partner event to the “Rumble in the T-Dot”, the All Canada Prospect Camp afforded Canadian athletes an opportunity to compete against familiar competition with the comfort of being home in Canada. This successful formula enabled many of our athletes to earn full basketball and academic scholarships because of the advantage they have gained.

All Canada Prospect Camp has been visited by representatives of over 300 North American post-secondary institutions and has directly contributed to more than 500 student-athletes moving on to post-secondary education in Canada or on scholarship to the United States.

P.H.A.S.E. 1 Basketball

2000-2012

Lead Trainer For P.H.A.S.E. 1, Wayne Dawkins was the former Head Coach of the Seneca College Men’s Basketball Team and West Hills C.I. Wayne's years of developing some of Canada’s most successful basketball players also involved coaching and running American Athletic Union (AAU) youth basketball teams. His passion is for training athletes and finding better ways to maximize their bodies in order to reach their individual goals became the foundation for P.H.A.S.E. 1 Athletics. From the inactive to the physically gifted, P.H.A.S.E. 1 strives to help people discover the athlete within, enjoy how their body moves and to be inspired enough to dedicate time each day to improve their physical tools.

Rising Stars Camp

2005

P.H.A.S.E. 1 Rising Stars Basketball Camp was held at Centennial College, where some of the most skilled coaches and players shared their expertise on the game of basketball. Canada’s Senior Men’s Basketball Coach, Leo Rautins, is one of many who provided instructional assistance as well as feedback.

 

In addition, Steve Nash, point guard for the Phoenix Suns, and winner of the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award for 2005 helped instruct with the campers. The whole Rising Stars camp, had the privilege of attending the Steve Nash Charity game.

P.H.A.S.E. 1 Academies

2010-2016

P.H.A.S.E.1 entered into prep basketball in 2009 as one of Canada's first prep basketball programs operating in partnership with Vaughn Road Academy in Toronto, Canada. In 2013 P.HA.S.E. 1 became the first and only Canadian prep basketball academy to operate in United States, when we opened our program in Phoenix, Arizona. The alumni of P.H.A.S.E. 1's Academies includes many NCAA and CIS stars and current professional and national team players.

National Prep School Athletic Association

2010-2012

The P.H.A.S.E. 1 Step Dance program was created for young women to participate in as a means of directing energy into a positive outlet. For the young women involved, being a part of the team became a life-changing experience. It not only introduced them to the history and discipline of the unique dance form, but also was a vehicle used to encourage academic excellence, community involvement, develop discipline, and motivate youth to be confident individuals, as well as provide training in the art form.

Elite 1's Men's Pro Development League

2011-2012

The P.H.A.S.E. 1 Step Dance program was created for young women to participate in as a means of directing energy into a positive outlet. For the young women involved, being a part of the team became a life-changing experience. It not only introduced them to the history and discipline of the unique dance form, but also was a vehicle used to encourage academic excellence, community involvement, develop discipline, and motivate youth to be confident individuals, as well as provide training in the art form.

Metro Hoops Showcase

2009

On November 27th 2006, four teams from the GTA competed in two exhibition games on the floor of the Air Canada Centre in front of friends, family and thousands of basketball fans. This historic marked the first time ever high school basketball team competed in the Air Canada Centre.

 

Metro PHASE 1 and Eastern Commerce Collegiate presented the “METRO HOOPS SHOWCASE”, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for all the participants to experience basketball at the professional level. 

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