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Academy Program Guide
We teach players not only the skills needed to achieve success on the court, but off it as well. At the Curtis Tennis Academy, we help players of all ages achieve competitive success, world class fitness and overall personal growth. .
Introduction to Competitive Tennis (ICT)
In introduction to competitive tennis players take part in 1 hour and 40 minutes of group tennis instruction and 50 minutes of fitness training with certified fitness instructor Tami Curtis.
Clinics focus on: Custom Designed Drills, Individual Instruction, Fitness & Agility Training, Match Strategy, and Sports Psychology.
ICT players range from 8-18 years of age.
Interested in trying out for our ICT program?
High Performance Elite (HPE)
High Performance Elite is offered to our highest level athletes. Our HPE players practice for a minimum of 25 hours per week, including individual practice time, group clinics, private lessons with Coach Curtis and daily match play from 3:30pm - 5pm.
HPE players range from 12-18 years of age
Interested in trying out for our HPE program?
What do we mean when we say "Don't Wait To Be Great"?
A lot of young people put off dedicating themselves to a goal which they feel they can work on later. We want them to understand that the DESIRE FOR EXCELLENCE on a daily basis is an important character trait and-
The Time to Begin that Journey to Excellence is...RIGHT NOW!
At the Curtis Tennis Academy we believe in the overall development of the personal character of each and every member of our Academy's Family. While the tennis playing ability of an individual is very important, the true nature of an Individual's CHARACTER and PERSONALITY is equally important in our eyes.