Getting Started

Welcome to the sport of a lifetime.

Why Tennis?

With so many extracurricular options out there these days, we are glad you are considering tennis for your child. Tennis has been scientifically proven to have physical, emotional, mental, and social benefits. Take a look at some of them below.

  • Improves cardiovascular, muscular, and bone health.

  • Burns calories and fat.

  • Enhances hand-eye-feet coordination.

  • Builds discipline, problem-solving, and social skills.

  • As a non-contact sport, tennis reduces the risk of injury.

Something for Everyone

Whether your child is 6 or 18, we have a variety of tennis programs for all ages and skill levels.

  • Play to Learn Tennis Lessons: Our affordable group lessons start at age 4 and is a great way to introduce your children to tennis. All equipment is provided.

  • Play Days: Introduce your children to friendly competition in a low-pressure environment with short matches and lots of fun.

  • Junior Team Tennis: Teach your children the benefits of teamwork by joining other players to earn points in team competitions.

  • Junior Tournaments: Enable your kids to learn strategy and tactics through organized match play.

Youth Progression

The USTA created the Youth Progression Pathway to help young players compete at their appropriate level. Beginners are encouraged to start their tennis journey through a point system that rewards both participation and results. A player needs 20 stars and/or trophies to clear each level.

To learn more about our various youth programs available, click here to view our Youth Progression brochure.

Got more questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions here.


What do the ball colors indicate?

Years ago, everyone - beginner or advanced - played with the same iconic yellow tennis ball. Today, there are four different balls of varying sizes and bounce to help starters gradually build up their tennis skills.


What is an NTRP rating?

A Junior National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP) rating is a measuring system used to group players according to their skill level, rather than by age or gender. All first-time junior players start at a rating of 1.0 and advance by increments of 0.1 to the highest possible rating of 7.0. While most local competitions will not require a NTRP rating, some regional or national tournaments will require a NTRP rating.

To learn more about NTRP ratings and how you can obtain a rating for your child, click here to read our FAQs.