Since February 2010, BAS has been open every single school day and has been offering life skills and holiday activities as well.

BAS has been helping the children to improve their school marks and several of them have won awards and certificates for their school performances.
Most of our secondary school learners are in school leadership and captains of classes or school teams.
Several BAS players have been part of the Namibian U17 and U20 national teams, although they are usually much younger. BAS teams have won countless games in Namibia, including games against much older opponents.One of them have travelled to countries like Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.


1 BAS player went to the Special Olympics World Games in Athens/Greece in August 2011 as member of the Namibian Unified Basketball Team.
BAS won several 1st places at the International FIBA 3×3 Tournament in 2011.


BAS girls won the Khomas High School League in 2012, although all girls were still in primary school. Since then various high schools benefit from the BAS players and usually win the first places with their high school teams.
4 BAS players went to Germany in 2012 for a high-performance training camp.
BAS was nominated “Development Program of the Year” at the Namibian Sports Awards in 2012.


In July 2014, BAS celebrated the ground-breaking ceremony for its first own building, which was inaugurated on the 25th October 2014.
2 BAS players went to Turkey in 2014 for an international basketball camp.


4 BAS players went to the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles (USA) in August 2015 as members of the Namibian Unified Basketball Team.
BAS won gold, silver and bronze at the first Khomas Primary School Basketball League 2015 with its 3 schools Mandume, A.I. Steenkamp and People’s. BAS players also won the individual awards of the league, like Most Valuable Player, Best Defensive Player and Best Free Throw Shooter.
14 BAS boys and girls were selected for the U17 junior national teams in August 2015.
In December 2015, more than 90% of the BAS seniors passed grade 10, compared to only 50% countrywide.
In December 2015, 100% of the 17 BAS Juniors passed grade 7 and went to high school.


Since 2016, a voluntary Saturday program is offered every week.
In February 2016, BAS inaugurated its Street ball Court (FIBA 3×3), funded by the International Basketball Foundation (IBF), the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the German Basketball Federation (DBB).
In July 2016, Ramah Mumba became Director, Malakia Matias Coordinator and Lucia Mokomele Operations Manager of BAS.
In October 2016, the BAS Falcons girls crowned their first season in the KBA women’s league with the Bronze medal and numerous personal awards for players.


In August 2017, 11 BAS players were selected for the U17 National Teams.
8 BAS players represented Namibia under 18 boys and girls national team for the first ever IBF 3×3 Southern African Youngs Lions Cup Tournament December 2017 in Botswana, the girls got Silver and boys got 6 place out of 9 countries.


In January 2018, BAS awarded 4 of our grade 12 who passed in 2017 and now in university with scholarships that pays for their tuitions and equipment such as textbooks and lab material.