Tennis Schedule – Junior

Junior Programs

Level I

Ages 4-8. Beginners. Learn traditional stroke technique, basic grips, foot – work and court etiquette. Small student/teacher ratio with an emphasis on technical instruction. “Fun & Fundamentals.”

Level I+

Ages 10 & up. Introduction to Tennis. Same as Level I, but restricted to pre-teen and teenage students.

Level II

Advanced beginner. Ages 9-10. Has completed Level I or the equivalent. Knows basic grips and can sustain a rally with directional aim. Hits accurately while on the run. Starting to serve overhand, but with an abbreviated motion. Often still learning the scoring system.

Level II+

Intermediate. Ages 10 & up. Same as general Level II, but restricted to pre-teen and teenage students.

Level III

Starting to use spin (top spin & slice) on ground strokes. Has good control and aim while hitting on the run. Accurate and consistent overhand serve with the correct grip. Understands the scoring system and has good fundamentals in all shot categories. Most students are attending junior high school.

Varsity IV

Has participated on a high school varsity team. Has competitive experience in sanctioned tournaments and/or junior interclub league. Knows grips and spins in all shot categories. Understands and can apply strategies and tactics.

Elite Junior Stars

By invitation only. Requires local (GCTA) ranking and/or extensive tourna – ment experience. Prepares players for district (OVTA) tournaments.


By invitation only. Requires significant success on a strong high school varsity team and a local GCTA ranking. Prepares students for sectional (Midwest) tournaments. Only for the most motivated players. **Requires 2 day attendance (Tues/Thurs).


For members actively participating in Level III and up; may not reserve courts ahead.


All sessions are a set price. If a child misses a class, they can do a make-up in another class during the same session. The make-up must be pre-arranged. Please email us to schedule.


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