2017 Spring/Summer weekly programs at Victoria Park
Session 1: May 1 – June 2
Session 2: June 5 – July 7
Session 3: July 10 – Aug. 11
Session 4: Aug. 14 – Sept. 15
Future Stars (U10) / Open Development (11+)
With an introduction to phases of play and a focus on working towards strong rally skills, this small ratio program is for young athletes who are looking to grow their competitive skills with encouraging participation.
Mon/Wed/Fri from 4-5:30pm
5 weeks, 3 days per week = $253*
5 weeks, 2 days per week = $169*
High Performance (ages 10+)
Intensive training for players preparing for tournament play, Junior Atlantics, Canada Games and Nationals.
Mon/Wed/Fri from 4-6pm
5 weeks, 3 days per week = $375*
All weekly programs are offered through Tennis PEI. All participants must have a Tennis PEI membership ($15 per year).
* Register for multiple sessions at the same time and receive a 15% discount off total program fee
Bringing Tennis to Schools
Tennis is an exciting and potentially lifelong physical activity. Students who play tennis maintain and improve health-related and performance-related fitness components such as agility, speed and coordination. Youth who commit to high performance training and competition enjoy numerous health, social and academic benefits and opportunities. The Tennis PEI schools program helps about 4000 students in Grades 1-8 develop fundamental movement skills related to the sport of tennis while increasing their knowledge and appreciation for the sport. During May and June, trained Tennis PEI instructors work with the elementary school physical education teacher for a full week to deliver a school tennis program during phys. Ed. class. Equipment is provided and available to students to purchase at cost. At the end of the school program a friendly interschool competition gives students an opportunity to put their skill into play. The School Program Coordinator will contact schools in advance to arrange a suitable schedule. For information, contact email@example.com
Le Petite Tennis
Le Petite Tennis is a learn-to-play tennis program for children ages 3-5 years. Children learn to enjoy physical activity while developing basic movement and coordination skills which lay the foundation for lifelong enjoyment of tennis. Tennis PEI provides training and equipment to make it possible for early childhood educators across the province to deliver the Le Petite Tennis program to children in early learning centres. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.