Teen Tennis

Tennis is, without doubt, good for the mind and body. Playing tennis regularly has many physical and psychological health benefits associated with it.These health benefits are particularly important for a child’s physical, emotional and mental development. Not only will your teen advance in their technical skills, but they will focus on learning sportsmanship, teamwork, implementation of strategy, mistake management, and develop their overall work ethic while having fun!


Teen Tennis 101 (ages 13 - 17)

Designed for those picking up a racquet for the first time.

  • Teaches proper grips, techniques and formation of basic strokes in a fun, competitive environment
  • Features plenty of instruction, games and activities
  • Focuses on all the fundamentals
  • 6:1 student to pro ratio

Contenders (ages 13 - 17)

For players that complete Teen Tennis 101 or are already have experience on the court.

  • Improves footwork, groundstrokes, volleys, serving, strategies for both singles and double
  • Prepares players for matches through hitting drills, games, and exercises
  • 6:1 student to pro ratio

High School Aces (ages 13 - 17)

Designed to improve the game of Junior Varsity high school players, or those looking to start for their Varsity team.

  • Focuses on instruction, hitting drills, and games
  • Player must be placed by staff
  • 6:1 student to pro ratio




Futures (ages 9 - 12)


For the advanced player under the age of 13, who has developed all basic strokes, plays matches, and wants to play tournaments

  • Introduces alternate stances and footwork, advanced strategies, fitness and shot-making
  • Incorporates hitting drills, games, and practice points
  • Player must be placed by staff
  • 4:1 student to pro ratio

Invitational (ages 13- 17)


Highest level junior program for standout players competing in – and earning rankings in – their district or USTA section

  • 4:1 student to pro ratio