Brooklyn's premier, community-driven youth sports organization.

In it for the long-haul.

We're there every step of the way for our kids as they grow up. Most join at 10 years old and stay involved in the BKYSC community through high school graduation, college and beyond. 


Prepared for the Future

Kids who graduate from our programs graduate high school. And then every single one enrolls in college. 


Setting the right foundation

We prepare kids for success by providing programs that build the academic skills needed to thrive in higher education

A 100% success rate

We don't leave a single kid behind. All two hundred of our graduates finish high school and then enroll into college.


$3M+ in athletic and academic scholarships

Often times, our graduates don't just go to college, they go for free. BKYSC alumni have earned over $3M in scholarships

Where we send our kids to college

Adelphi University, Allegheny College, ASA College(2), Baptist College, Bates College, BMCC, Brandeis College, Bridgeport University, Brooklyn College (3), Buffalo State, Canisius College, Central Connecticut University, Chapman University, Cincinnati Christian University, City College of New York, Clinton CC, Cloud, County CC (2), Cobbleskill CC, Colby CC, College of Staten Island, Dean College, Dodge City CC, Dowling College, Erie CC (2), Finger Lakes CC (2), Florida Gulf Coast University, Fulton Montgomery CC (5), Garden City CC, Garrett College, Genesee CC (4), George Washington University, Globe Institute, Grambling State University, Haverford College, Hobart College, Hofstra University, Holy Cross University, Hostos CC (3), Howard University, John Jay (2), Juniata College, Kings College Kingsborough CC, Kirkwood CC, Lawson State College, Lycoming College, McCook County CC, Mendocino CC, Mercy College, Middlebury College,, Mohawk Valley CC (6), Molloy College, Monroe College (2), Montrose Christian, Morehouse College (2), Morgan State University (2), Nassau CC, Navarro CC, Niagara CC (2), New Jersey Institute of Technology, Occidental College, Onondaga CC, Palm Beach CC, Penn State University, Pensacola CC, Post University, Queens College (2), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rutgers-Newark University, San Antonio CC, Seton Hall University, St. Francis College (3), St. Johns University, St. Josephs University, St. Thomas Aquinas, Sullivan CC (2), SUNY Binghamton (2), SUNY Brockport, SUNY Delhi (3), SUNY Potsdam (5), SUNY Geneseo, SUNY New Paltz, Syracuse University, Tennessee State University, Texas A & M International University (2), Texas State University, Tompkins Cortland CC (3), Trinity Valley CC, Tufts College, University of Albany (3), University of Connecticut, University of Massachusetts, University of Buffalo, University of Maine, University of Maryland-
Baltimore County, University of Rochester, University of South Carolina, University of Tennessee-Martin, USC Salkehatchie CC, Vanderbilt University, Western Oklahoma CC (3), West Virginia University, Wheeling Jesuit University