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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

 

The Youth Development program is for players ages 11-17 who are new to tennis, players wanting to play high school tennis, and for those players who are on a performance pathway to play competitive tournaments. This program offers a wide range of classes that will focus on the development of the athlete, the tennis player, and the person. Players will be guided and informed of team and individual competitive opportunities during the session. Classes will be available during the daytime, after-school, and on the weekend.

 

LEVEL PLACEMENT:  Players who do not participate in our program throughout the year must contact us to determine your player's rating level prior to registration.    Once placement has been determined, online registration will be available for the player. Please have your account created in our registration portal prior to contacting our team for placement. Have available important player information: Tournament levels, UTR, ranking information, ball color, etc. 

 

 

**NEW!** Click here to view our Fall 2 (October 18th - December 19th) Program Offerings & Prices.

 

Register for Youth Development Programs

Fall 2 2021 Youth Development Programs - OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!

Fall 2 2021 Registration

Dates: October 18th - December 19th 

 

For a detailed list of our Youth Development program offerings, please scroll to the bottom of the page. 

 

For questions regarding the level or program placement of your player, please contact Head Teaching Professional Tim Pleasant at Tim.Pleasant@usta.com

Makeup Class Policies - Updated for Fall 2021

NATIONAL CAMPUS 2021 MAKEUP POLICY

Make-up policy: Due to the limited class sizes offered, players who have registered for full session programs will not be offered in-class makeups for missed classes. We will now offer the student to participate in a "Makeup Program" scheduled on a day at the end of the session. Students who miss a class must email the Programming Office in writing to register for this 1-day makeup opportunity. Spaces are limited. Credits, refunds, or carryovers will not be offered if you are unable to attend the makeup opportunity given or miss more than 1 class. Limit of 1 make-up opportunity per player regardless of the number of classes registered for. 

CLASSES CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR MAKEUP OPPORTUNITIES. Rain credits are applied to your account throughout the session and may be applied towards future booking payments.

PROGRAM POLICIES & RAIN INFORMATION

Contact:  NationalCampusPrograms@usta.com

Fall 2 2021 Makeup Class Information:  

The designated make-up day for Fall Family Zone Programming will be announced shortly - stay tuned for updates!

OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2021! 

**NEW** Click here to view our Fall 2 (October 18th - December 19th) Program Offerings & Prices.
 
LEVEL PLACEMENT:  Players who do not participate in our program throughout the year must contact us to determine your player's rating level prior to registration.    Once placement has been determined, online registration will be available for the player. Please have your account created in our registration portal prior to contacting our team for placement. Have available important player information: Tournament levels, UTR, ranking information, ball color, etc.  For any questions regarding level placement contact Head Teaching Professional Tim Pleasant at tim.pleasant@usta.com

 

Campus Youth 1

  • Middle School (Ages 11-13)/High School (ages 14+)
  • For players of middle and high school age who are at a beginner level and have not taken more than two sessions of our Campus Youth class or have never taken a group or private lesson before. The focus will be on stroke mechanics, footwork, and the athletic skills needed to play the sport. Players will learn how to keep score, sustain a rally, and learn to play quickly. 

    Register Here
     

Campus Youth 2

  • Middle School (Ages 11-13)/High School (ages 14+)
  • This program is for players who have advanced from our Campus Youth I class and are working to further develop their fundamentals to begin to play competitive tennis. The curriculum will be more rally and match play-based with an emphasis on stroke mechanics, strategic philosophies, and the athletic skills needed to play the sport. Players will be able to play a match with an understanding of the rules of the sport.

    Register Here

 

Campus Youth Varsity

  • Middle School (Ages 11-13)/High School (ages 14+)
  • This program is for players who aspire to play on their middle or high school team and for those who play Junior Team Tennis and USTA Junior Circuit and Level 7 tournaments. Players will focus on developing more sophisticated shot selections, tactics and strategies, as they continue to learn with a rally and match play curriculum. Players will refine their footwork and athletic skills needed to play at a competitive middle/high school level. 

    Register Here

 

Campus Youth Performance

  • Middle School (Ages 11-13)/High School (Ages 14+)
  • The Youth Performance training program will focus on a long-term development plan which requires passion, discipline, and patience from players, coaches and parents. Practices will feature appropriate player progressions, athletic development, and proper technique to help players achieve their personal performance, outcome goals, and to be independent competitors and problem solvers during match play. The program will include tournament preparation, scheduling, and evaluations for players who compete in USTA Junior Circuit and Level 5-7 tournaments. To participate in this program, players must obtain approval from the Youth Development Head Professional (Tim Pleasant). 

    Register Here

 

Match Play Opportunities 

 

Junior Circuit Match Play

  • Junior Circuit Match Play is designed for players who play green and orange ball and for students who are enrolled in Campus Youth 1, Campus Youth 2, FZ Performance, and Orange Ball Club classes. This program will help players gain confidence in playing matches and prepare students to compete in USTA FL Junior Circuit tournaments. 

    Register Here

 

Campus Youth Friday Match Play

  • Players will compete in competitive matches with opponents of similar age and ability with yellow balls. These practice matches will complement students' daily training program and are available to players who participate in Campus Youth Varsity and Campus Youth Performance programs at the USTA National Campus and for players who compete in USTA tournaments and for their high school teams.  
  • Note: There will be no Friday Match Play on September 10th or October 1st due to a UTR event. It is recommended that players in this program register for the UTR Event.  

    Register Here
     

  

For additional information please contact us at nationalcampusprograms@usta.com or call 407-675-2504.