All levels welcome
Half day option only
June 17–28 (2 weeks), monday – friday
This program, available for one or two weeks, is an opportunity for recreational players to get a head start and begin focusing on technique, preparing for competition, and setting goals for making the most out of the summer season ahead. All levels welcome. Half day option only.
Full and Half Day Options
June 17–August 30 (11 weeks), Monday - Friday
From specialized U10 programs with orange and green dot balls designed for developing competitive tennis players, to our high-performance training with live ball drills and match play series for players entering middle and high school, this 10 week all-encompassing summer program is our most intense and complete junior tennis education offered. Players considering this program should be serious about their commitment to tennis, consistently practicing at least three days per week year-round. All training in each age and development level includes a daily fitness and match play component. Players can sign up for this weekly but space is limited. Tryout required (videos accepted). Boarding available certain weeks for grades 7 – 12 including an option to combine Academics and Tennis in our new Combination Program that allows you to be a student in the morning and an athlete in the afternoon.
Full Day (8:30 – 3pm)
Green and Yellow Ball
Our most intense summer tennis training program is for USTA/ITF junior players grades 5–12. The program is specially designed for a small group of players who are dedicated to intense training in preparation for regular weekly USTA tournaments. In addition to four hours of on-court group and private training, players undergo video comparison analysis and practice one hour of fitness daily. Program limited to 24 players. Tryout required.
HALF DAY (8:30AM – 12:30pm)
Orange and Green Ball
Specialized U10 training program designed for developing competitive tennis players entering grade 1– 4. All training uses orange and green dot balls and includes a daily fitness and match play component. Players must be able to serve and keep score. Program limited to 16 players. Tryout required.