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  • Sunday 1pm-3pm - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29)

    Ages 12-17

    This class combines drills with competitive play-action games.  We have a 15 minute warm-up and then stroke development (technique) for the first 45 minutes and then move to 45 minutes of competitive game-based play.  Its design is for competitive players, ages 12-17, JV and Varsity players.  10-year-olds can also join if experienced players.  The play-action game-based games combine competitive play with team camaraderie and team building.
  • Saturday 10am-11am (4/23-5/21 no class May 14) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Sunday 10am-11am - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Sunday 12pm-1pm - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29)

    GREEN BALL - JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT (Ages 8-11)

    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Saturday 10am-11am (4/23-5/21 no class May 14) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Sunday 10am-11am - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Sunday 3pm-5pm - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29)

    GREEN - JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT (Ages 8-11)

    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Sunday 1pm-3pm - 6 WEEKS (9/11 - 10/23 no class Oct 9)

    Ages 12-17

    This class combines drills with competitive play-action games.  We have a 15 minute warm-up and then stroke development (technique) for the first 45 minutes and then move to 45 minutes of competitive game-based play.  Its design is for competitive players, ages 12-17, JV and Varsity players.  10-year-olds can also join if experienced players.  The play-action game-based games combine competitive play with team camaraderie and team building.
  • Sunday 12pm-1pm - 6 WEEKS (9/11 - 10/23 no class Oct 9)

    GREEN BALL - JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT (Ages 8-11)

    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Saturday 11am-12pm (4/23-5/21 no class May 14) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Saturday 11am-12pm (4/23-5/21 no class May 14) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Saturday 10am-11am (9/10 - 10/22 no class Oct 1) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Sunday 10am-11am - 6 WEEKS (9/11 - 10/23 no class Oct 9) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Saturday 10am-11am (9/10 - 10/22 no class Oct 1) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Tuesday 5pm-6pm - 6 WEEKS (9/13-10/18)
    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Sunday 12pm-1pm - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Sunday 11am-12pm - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29) Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Sunday 11am-12pm - 6 WEEKS (4/24-6/5 no class May 29) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Wednesday 4pm-5pm - 4 WEEKS (5/25-6/15)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Tuesday 4pm-5pm - 4 WEEKS (5/24-6/14)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Tuesday 4pm-5pm - 4 WEEKS (5/24-6/14) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Sunday 10am-11am - 6 WEEKS (9/11 - 10/23 no class Oct 9) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Friday 4pm-5pm - 4 WEEKS (5/27-6/17)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Friday 5pm-6pm - 6 WEEKS (9/16-10/21)
    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Tuesday 4pm-5pm - 6 WEEKS (9/13-10/18)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Wednesday 4pm-5pm - 6 WEEKS (9/14-10/19) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Sunday 3pm-5pm - 6 WEEKS (9/11 - 10/23 no class Oct 9)

    GREEN - JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT (Ages 8-11)

    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Wednesday 5pm-6:30pm - 4 WEEKS (5/25-6/15)
    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Saturday 3pm-5pm - 6 WEEKS (9/10 - 10/22 no class Oct 1)

    GREEN - JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT (Ages 8-11)

    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Friday 5pm-6pm - 6 WEEKS (9/16-10/21)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Friday 5pm-6:30pm - 4 WEEKS (5/27-6/17)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Wednesday 5pm-6pm - 6 WEEKS (9/14-10/19)
    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.
  • Tuesday 5pm-6pm - 6 WEEKS (9/13-10/18)
    Ages 6-9. 21-23-inch racquets are used with an orange ball that is lower compression that travels a little faster and farther than the red ball.  Students are taught proper technique for all strokes-focusing on groundstroke development, net play and serving.  We will also start to incorporate footwork and beginning level of basic strategy - how to keep score and rally (playing points).
  • Tuesday 4pm-5pm - 6 WEEKS (9/13-10/18) Ages 3-5. 19-inch racquets are used with red felt balls.  This means children can control the ball and racquet, develop proper swing technique and get a real sense of playing the game. 36 ‘ X 18’ court
  • Saturday 1pm-3pm - 6 WEEKS (9/10 - 10/22 no class Oct 1)

    Ages 12-17

    This class combines drills with competitive play-action games.  We have a 15 minute warm-up and then stroke development (technique) for the first 45 minutes and then move to 45 minutes of competitive game-based play.  Its design is for competitive players, ages 12-17, JV and Varsity players.  10-year-olds can also join if experienced players.  The play-action game-based games combine competitive play with team camaraderie and team building.
  • Saturday 12pm-1pm - 6 WEEKS (9/10 - 10/22 no class Oct 1)

    GREEN BALL - JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT (Ages 8-11)

    Ages 8-11.  25-26/27 inch racquets are used.  The green ball has less pressure than the standard yellow ball (75% pressure) and easier to hit.  This stage is for students that can rally, place the ball with intention, volley and beginning to understand strategy and tactics. Regulation size tennis court.

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