Jermel President
Power of a Student Athlete

Jermel President is a former College of Charleston basketball point guard and Hall of Famer who went on to a pro basketball career under The Great Rick Barry. And now he's sharing his expertise with student athletes around the Lowcountry!

Posted by Lowcountry Live WCIV on Thursday, August 9, 2018

– Upcoming Events –

4:00 pm
When: Sunday, February 17th from 4 to 5 pm Where: Burke High School 244 President Street Charleston, SC 29403 Player evaluations are important for a player’s development. It is also important to know where you are as a player to determine your path of development. After your evaluation, you will be advised on what level and division you should consider. Evaluations by appointment ONLY! No walk-ins To set up a free consultation contact Jermel President at | (843)330-3191 Other dates & times are available by appointment. Powered by President Training Systems
Burke High School
Mar 3 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
10:00 am
Jermel President will be participating as a Non-Profit Exhibitor at the 2019 Charleston KidsFair! We will have a booth set up and will be offering basketball events and raffles. Charleston KidsFair is presented by the Charleston Jewish Community Center Without Walls in partnership with the City of Charleston and the Charleston County School District. For more information about KidsFair, contact Carol Berlin Email: | Phone: 843.568.4450 More information can be found on the KidsFair Facebook event. Click here to view the event! The best way to celebrate children is to have a day and a festival dedicated exclusively to fun and learning. KidsFair has over 100 exciting educational, hands on, activities and exhibits for kids and families to enjoy. KidsFair includes stages with great entertainment throughout the day. It is a wonderful opportunity for children and families to connect with schools, local businesses, and organizations supporting children and families in the area. Today, in it’s 31st year, KidsFair boasts an annual attendance of over 10,000 people and growing.
Charleston Gaillard Center