Best Private High School Basketball Programs in Michigan
Posted On: 10/27/18 12:33 PM
Here are the top private high schools basketball programs in Michigan. This list includes teams that have excelled in the past and will continue to ball out in the future. These are in no particular order.
GRAND RAPIDS CHRISTIAN – OK CONFERENCE (GOLD DIV.)
The Eagles have made 12 State tournaments and won two state Championships.
In 2017, the Cubs won an unprecedented fifth straight CHSL title, District and Regional titles for the fourth consecutive year, and came within three seconds of making their fourth straight trip to the MHSAA Final Four.
DETROIT CATHOLIC CENTRAL – (CHSL)
The Shamrocks compete in the Central Division of the Catholic High School League and in Class A/Division I (largest schools) of the Michigan High School Athletic Association and have won two state championships. They are contiuously sending their players to the next level.
FLINT POWERS CATHOLIC – SAGINAW VALLEY ASSOCIATION
The Chargers are in the Michigan High School Athletic Association, as members of the Saginaw Valley League. Powers had made multiple trips to the Breslin Center only adding to how rich Flint is in basketball.
DETROIT EDISON PUBLIC SCHOOL ACADEMY – INDEPENDENT
A new entry to the list coming off a Class C state championship and PSL confererence title, this charter school is surely going to attract more and more talent in the years to come.
DETROIT COUNTRY DAY – INDEPENDENT
Detroit Country Day School’s Athletics program is first class. With 6 state championships to it’s name they look to continue their dominance for years to come.
SOUTHFIELD CHRISTIAN – MICHIGAN INDEPENDENT ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (BLUE DIV.)
With 4 state championships under it’s belt and the cupboard always being full, the Eagles compete year in and year out challenging even bigger schools and winning.
Kalamazoo Christian, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Muskegon West Michigan Christian, Grand Rapids South Christian