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Who are we?


Stallions Basketball is part of GCAA (Greater Cabarrus Athletic Association - www.gcaastallions.com) which is a member of NCHEAC (North Carolina Home Educators Athletic Conference - www.ncheac.com). We have a proud history over the past 16 years of providing competitive basketball teams for the homeschool athlete during the traditional school season (November-March). We are a non-profit Christian organization that serves families from Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly counties and the cities of Concord, Charlotte, Kannapolis, Salisbury, Huntersville, Harrisburg and many more. We strive to create an environment that is both challenging and encouraging athletically while acknowledging the more important role athletics plays in developing a young person’s character and faith. 


Who is eligible?


  1. All players must be homeschooled and their family homeschool must be registered with the NC Dept of Non-Public Education (www.ncdnpe.org).

  2. Players may not have reached, as of Aug 1st, 2020

  • Their 19th birthday for varsity competition

  • Their 17th birthday for junior varsity competition

  • Their 14th birthday for middle school boys and 15th birthday for middle school girls


Where are you located?


Our home gym is centrally located and easily accessible off Hwy 73 right off I85 at exit 55. 

The address is:
Annie Streater Center
New Life Baptist Church
1281 Biscayne Dr, Concord, NC, 28027


We also use Carolina Courts for some practices (mostly JV and Middle School)

The address is:
Carolina Courts
24 Spring St SW, Concord, NC, 28025


Who do we play?


Stallions basketball participates in the Western conference of the NCHEAC and enjoys some great, long standing rivalries with other homeschool organizations. We also play local public, private and charter schools to fill out the schedule. Game, practice, tryout and pre-season open gym schedules will be posted under the relevant tabs on the home page of the website


What does the season look like?

Please note - this season (2020-2021) will likely look different because of Covid and possible 

Pre-season open gyms start in October, tryouts are the first week of November, games start in the middle of November and conference post-season ends at the end of February if teams make it all the way to state finals. Our varsity and junior varsity teams also go to the National homeschool tournament at Liberty University in the middle of March.

Varsity teams: 24-30 regular season games, post-season playoffs, Liberty tournament. Practice or games four times a week

JV team: 20-24 regular season games, post-season playoffs, Liberty tournament. Practice or games three to four times a week

Middle School teams: 16-20 regular season games, post-season playoffs. Practice or games two to three times a week.


What does it cost?


The Stallions program is non-profit, run by volunteers, including the coaches who donate their time and effort. We endeavor to keep costs as low as possible and they include gym rentals for practices and games, basketball equipment, insurance, referees, league fees, tournament entry fees and uniforms. Costs vary from year to year depending on the actual expenses, and the total number of players in the organization, but the following could be used as a general guideline:

Varsity - $500-600/year

JV - $400-500/year

Middle school boys - $350-450/year

Middle school girls - $350-450/year

We understand that this is a lot of money for most families and we do our best to minimize costs. The season represents more games and practices than any rec program and most high school programs. There are payment plans available, the possibility of some scholarship based on extraordinary need and fundraising options available to minimize the amount of out-of-pocket money. DO NOT let finances be a reason to not join with us !


How can I register my player?

All players must register prior to tryouts by completing a short online form with basic information. This will be made available in October. If the player makes the team, then full registration documents will be made available to them to be completed along with payment. A sports physical is also required of every player, every year.

How can I connect and stay informed?


Watch the website for updates: www.gcaabasketball.com

Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/stallionsbasketball/

Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/gcaabasketball/

Email [email protected] and ask to be added to the distribution list.

Contact Us

GCAA Stallions Homeschool Basketball

1138 Riding Trail Ln 
Concord, North Carolina 28027

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 704-345-5112
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