Summer Tennis Camp
Castro Valley Junior Tennis Camp
is moving to Castro Valley this summer!!!!
Eight weekly sessions beginning June 17, and ending August 23, 2013
Hours = 8:30 – 4:00 (Full Day) or 8:30 – 12:30 (Half Day)
We don’t have to share the courts with any other programs. We’ll begin the day at the “Canyon Clubhouse”, an air-conditioned classroom at Canyon (see below).
We welcome junior tennis players (ages 6-18) of all levels to our camps, which include stroke analysis, technique and development, conditioning, footwork, strategy and match play. We also offer sportsmanship and team building activities and fun tennis games!
Your child will play on six courts and against a huge backboard, an air-conditioned, secure classroom (that will be our tennis camp headquarters) with a fridge, microwave, foosball tables, air hockey, ping-pong table(s) and the fun games and activities we’ve offered in the past eight years.
Tennis Galore – We offer tennis activities, lessons and drills in a small group environment (I plan for a 4:1 student to teacher ratio) with my TAUT (USTA Ten and Under Trained) staff. We’ll offer obstacle courses, tennis Olympics, and tournaments, and so much more since we don’t have to limit our activities to two tennis courts like most junior programs. We also work on sportsmanship and court etiquette. And, the kids learn the most fun tennis games around!
Tennis Crafts? The afternoon tennis craft projects are getting a make-over!
Half Day Option? I heard your requests for a half day option, so it’s now available!
Sixth Grade Afternoon Camp? If you are attending “Getting Organized” during June or August, come to tennis camp all five days from 12:00 – 4:00 for tennis lessons, games and activities.
High School Camp? Yes, three sessions. See below for detailed information.
T-Shirt, camp photo, pedometer bracelets? Yes, as always!
Water? There will be water jugs on every two courts, so your child can stay hydrated. However, you should send an insulated water bottle with your camper’s name on it.
Food? Parents will provide morning snacks and lunch. However, I’m exploring the food situation. The baseball snack bar and school cafeteria may be options for lunch. I’ll still provide afternoon snacks. We can also have picnics on the school grounds, as well. There’s a secluded, shady spot among the redwood trees, which is especially beautiful.
Discount for multiple sessions? 10% for three or more sessions, you betcha!
What to bring? A tennis racquet, can of balls, and a water bottle with camper’s name on it.
CPR/First Aid Trained personnel? Yes, we are current on CPR and First Aid.
And . . Plenty of Parking!
Download the 2013 Castro Valley Junior Tennis Camps Registration Forms below, and we’ll see you this summer!
Click here for the CV Junior Tennis Camp 2013 Registration Form
Click here for the Sixth Grade Camp Info and Registration Form – Getting Organized
The High School Camp Registration Form will be available soon!
If you have problems downloading, e-mail me at email@example.com and I’ll send you a registration form and answer any questions you might have.
2013 Tennis Clubhouse, Canyon, Room I-7, photo below. Yes, it’s a classroom now, but you know I am totally into décor and will make it rock for tennis, plus the flags of the world are very cool!
Dear 2006 – 2012 Castro Valley Junior Tennis parents and campers, Thank you for seven amazing years of tennis camps in Hayward. We have moved to Castro Valley, and hope you will join us.
Sincerely, Suzi Mills, Director, Castro Valley Junior Tennis