Sixers Math Hoops

Sixers Math Hoops

Sixers Math Hoops is an exciting, fast-paced, basketball-themed board game and curriculum that teaches students fundamental life skills such as sportsmanship, teamwork and problem-solving while also fostering their math literacy and appreciation skills. Students have the opportunity to “draft” their favorite Sixers and other NBA and WNBA players while improving not only their math skills and understanding of statistics, but also their ability to collaborate more effectively with their peers.

More than 1,300 students participated in Math Hoops across Philadelphia and Camden during the 2017-2018 academic year.

Math Hoops Program Partners

Learn Fresh Education Company
Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (University of Pennsylvania)
Board Member of note: Dr. Howard C. Stevenson, University of Pennsylvania

2017-18 Sixers Math Hoops Sites


Cooper’s Poynt School
201 State Street, Camden, NJ 08102
Henry H. Davis Family School
3425 Cramer Street Camden, NJ 08105
Kroc Kids
1865 Harrison Avenue Camden, NJ 08105
Mastery Charter Cramer Hill Upper
1001 N. 17th Street Camden, NJ 08105
Octavius V. Catto Community School
3100 Westfield Avenue Camden, NJ 08105
Thomas H. Dudley School
2250 Berwick Street, Camden, NJ 08105


ACLAMO Family Centers
512 W. Marshall St., Norristown, PA 19401
AMY at James Martin
3380 Richmond Street Philaelphia, PA 19134
Blankenburg Elementary School
4600 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
Chester A. Arthur School
2000 Catharine Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
Cook-Wissahickon Elementary School
201 E. Salaignac Street Philadelphia, PA 19128
Eliza B. Kirkbride School
1501 S. 7th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
Emlen School
6501 Chew Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19119
Francis D. Pastorius Elementary Mastery Charter School
5650 Sprague Street Philadelphia, PA 19138
H&S Learning Center
1530 N. 11th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
John B. Kelly Elementary School
5116 Pulaski Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
John F. Hartranft School
720 W. Cumberland Street Philadelphia, PA 19133
John F. McCloskey Elementary School
8500 Pickering Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19150
Kenderton Elementary School
1500 W. Ontario Street Philadelphia, PA 19140
KIPP West Philadelphia Prepatory Charter School
5900 Baltimore Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
Laura W. Waring School
1801 Green Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
Mayfair School
3001 Princeton Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19149
Morton McMichael School
3543 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104
Philly Tutors
2931 Poplar Street Philadelphia, PA 19130
S. Weir Mitchell Elementary
5500 Kingsessing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19143
Southwark School
1835 S. 9th Street Philadelphia, PA 19148
Sullivan Boys & Girls Club
2901 Bridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
Universal Daroff Charter School
5604 Vine Street Philadelphia, PA 19139
Universal Vare Charter School
613 Valley Road Havertown, PA 19083
Wagner Middle School
1701 Chelten Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19126
Warren G. Harding Middle School
2000 Wakeling Street Philadelphia, PA 19124
William D. Kelley STEM Academy
1601 N. 28th Street hiladelphia, PA 19121
Zhang Sah Bainbridge
530 Bainbridge Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
Zhang Sah Martial Arts
6110 Wissahickon Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144

2018-19 Sixers Math Hoops Sites

Coming Soon


  • The Sixers Youth Foundation recently celebrated Gianni Steele and Miguel Gregory’s selection to the 2018 Math Hoops National Championship. Steele, a sixth-grade student at Camden’s Mastery Schools of Camden – Cramer Upper Hill, and Gregory, a seventh-grade student at Philadelphia’s Southwark Middle School, were chosen......

  • After three rounds of competitive, yet fun and friendly Sixers Math Hoops play, the duo of Ricardo and T.J. from South Philadelphia’s Eliza B. Kirkbride School were crowned the 2018 Sixers Math Hoops Champions....

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation got in the holiday spirit by hosting special Coaching Café holiday parties at Philadelphia’s Emlen Elementary School and Warren G. Harding Middle School. In addition to each school’s already-scheduled Coaching Café program, the Sixers Youth Foundation helped spread holiday cheer by providing all students, parents and caregivers in attendance a special dinner and Q&A session with Philadelphia 76ers alumni Jumaine Jones. ...

  • 37 members of the Emlen Elementary community came together on November 16 all in the name of family fun as part of the Sixers Youth Foundation’s Coaching Café program. This program brings students and their families together bi-weekly for 30 – 60 minutes of physical......

  • Aye Aye, a local seventh-grade student from Southwark School in Philadelphia, battled head-to-head with some of the nation’s most-promising, young mathletes in the 2017 Math Hoops National Tournament at Stanford University on June 2-4. Once the dust settled, Aye Aye found herself in the Final......

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation hosted the inaugural Math Hoops Tournament on Thursday, April 6 prior to the Sixers game vs. the Chicago Bulls. The tournament consisted of 48 students from 13 middle schools across Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J. The tournament was tipped off by......

  • The Sixers Youth Foundation in partnership with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Civic Engagement & Volunteer Service launched a new after-school program at Warren G. Harding Middle School. This is an early evening program modeled after Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Cities of Service initiative called the......

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