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Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

Does anyone know their program's tuition for next season 2016/17?
If you do know can you post it. Tired of guessing who I going to shell out money too next season. Also how much development and ice the program offers, do not care about flash new uniforms/bags.

Re: Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

It depends what birth year you are talking about

Re: Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

Sorry 04'/03' age group. Thanks

Re: Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

Hello,

Our tuition program is broken up across 3 programs.

Ten Steps Skills (2 hours a week) - $4,000 for 28 weeks (non-Stars player)
Boston Stars Teams (includes uniforms/bags, 2-50 minutes sessions, 1 skills session)- ($3,300) - ** We have a very good 2004 team here and a good 2003 team as well **
Max Pro Jets (includes 2 weekly 1.5 hour sessions + 2 hours a week of Ten Steps + 3 Tournaments) - $6,000 (Most of these teams are full and are only offered at 2003, 2005 and 2007)

We offer flexible payment plans and sibling discounts as well. We aren't the cheapest but we provide a lot for what you get, particularly our skills. Most of our kids are Tier II kids trying to make Tier 1 (or for the older kids) who eventually will make their High School teams.

I hope this answers your question. If you have direct questions please contact me at tryouts@bostonstarshockey.com.

Dennis Franczak, General Manager

Re: Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

Top EHF/E9 team at pee wee bantam age. $3,500. 3 practices a week , unis, 3 tourneys. All are pretty standard.

Re: Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

In our organization, it costs more than the 3500.00 and we sell golf balls. We are not there anymore.

Re: Select Hockey tuitions 17/18

Thank You DB Administrator for encouraging programs to post their information.
The DB Administrator is correct people do request real/positive feedback!
Thank you for those who did positively respond.