154 teams will compete across two Championship divisions, three Under-15 boys divisions, two Under-15 girls divisions, three Under-17 boys divisions, two Under-17 girls divisions, four Under-20 men divisions and an Under-20 division for women.
In total, there will be 535 games contested across five days.
The games will be held at the State Basketball Centre in Wantirna South, Fairhills High School in Ferntree Gully, Knox Basketball Stadium in Boronia and Nunawading Stadium in Burwood East.
The Championship Division teams were named earlier this month with Lake Ginninderra (ACT), Newington College (NSW), Hillcrest Christian College (QLD), Sacred Heart College (SA), Don College (TAS), Marcellin College (VIC), Willetton Senior High (WA) and Trinity College (SA – wildcard) set to compete for the men's title.
Westfield Sports High (NSW), Brisbane State High (QLD), Tenison Woods College (SA), Rowville Sports Academy (VIC), Willetton Senior High (WA), St Peters (QLD – wildcard), Box Hill SSC (VIC – wildcard) and Maribyrnong College (VIC – appointed) will compete for the women's title.
The schedules, results and ladders will also be available online via the Basketball Australia website here.
The Australian School Championships are open to all high schools and Basketball Australia will host the event in Melbourne until 2018.