Tennis is the ideal sport to help achieve the health and wellness goals of schools, and the USTA is the ideal partner to help you bring it to your students.
Every day, the USTA and its partners help kids learn not just a sport, but self-confidence, sportsmanship and the habits of a healthy, active lifestyle. We are committed to making sure that all kids have an opportunity to play and learn from this lifetime sport. When you bring tennis into your school, whether at the elementary, middle, or high school level, the benefits transcend the boundaries of the court.
Bringing tennis to your school is easier than ever. The following USTA resources help to grow tennis involvement in school aged children.
- Training - School Teacher In-Services, Recreational QuickStart Workshops and Recreational Coach Workshops.
- Curriculum - An easy to follow way to bring tennis to physical education.
- Equipment Assistance - New equipment that is age appropriate and easy to use is available through discounted programs and grants for qualifying schools.
- Staff Support - Technical expertise for program start-up, along with recommendations for converting play areas for tennis.
- Coach Recognition - Recognition for coaches who offer No-Cut programs.
Kids' Tennis Clubs
- A Kids' Tennis Club is a program that allows kids to sample tennis through supervised play and interactive activities. This program is a great way for kids to be introduced to tennis in a safe, open-play setting at local schools, youth centers and tennis facilities. These "clubs" offer kids the opportunity to have fun, gain confidence and meet new friends.
Still have questions? Contact Kasey Connors at email@example.com or 610-935-5000 ext. 231.