== == == == In most elementary schools, the gyms have hoops as of 10 ft., the regulation height of a Basketball hoop for the NBA. Outside on the blacktop, the hoops usually range from about 9ft. to the hoops that are too high at 11ft. Some of the hoops are put in awkwardly and end up being too tall or too short.
Generally in the school buildings the gyms have the hoops at 10 feet high which is the standard height of high school, college, and the NBA. However out on the playgrounds, you will see them at 8 or 9 feet high. Many times kids in 1st and 2nd grade will play games on a lower 8 foot hoop.
the answer is 10 ft
10 feet tall
The height of a junior high school basketball hoop is the same as any other hoop:10 feet
If you in high school, it is about 10 feet
A middle school basketball hoop is the same height as a professional hoop. A height of 10 feet is used for every level of basketball, except for some pee-wee/elementary leagues that use 8 feet.
All basketball hoops are 10' high, which is 120".
I play on a junior high basketball team. And its 10FT. same with middle school, (which includes 6th grade)
a basketball hoop is ten feet high
In Professional, College and High School basketball the hoop is 10 feet from the floor.
the hoop is ten feet tall from the floor to the rim of the basketball goal.
1mm off the floor.
An average basketball hoop is 10 ft
Little Tikes makes several different basketball hoop products. Their smallest hoop - the TotSports Basketball Set - is desinged for children as young as 1 and 1/2 years of age to five years of age. They also make an adjustable height basketball hoop for older children in elementary school.
High school, college and the NBA, all use 10 ft high basketball hoops.
It is measured from the center of the hoop.
in high school its 19 feet
The size of a high school basketball hoop is 18 inches across on the inside. The hoop or ring as it is called is made from 5/8 inch high tensile steel. The entire assembly, which includes a safety feature, in mounted so the top of the ring is 10 feet above the playing surface below.
for high school (jumior) 10 and a half feet (this does not address the question)
Throughout middle school, high school, college and professional basketball, the backboards are the same size. They are also the same distance off of the floor at 10 feet.