10 and Under is the first stage of JTCC’s long-term developmental pathway. JTCC’s 10 and Under program utilizes the best of both classic and modern teaching techniques and equipment to successfully lay the proper foundation for future success. Learn More
The 11 and Over program offers players ages 11-17 the opportunity to focus on their game by competing in Mid-Atlantic District and Sectional tournaments and playing on their high school varsity team when they are eligible to do so. Learn More
The Junior Champions Program is an after-school invitation only program for players ages 8-12. The goal is to develop young players who possess the talent, character, work ethic and desire to progress to JTCC’s highly acclaimed Champions Program. Learn More
The Champions Program is offered year-round both as an after-school and full-time program for players ages 10 and older. To be invited to participate in the Champions Program, a player must be a tournament player who wants to play college tennis and have demonstrated a strong work ethic. Learn More
The results speak for themselves. JTCC School graduates are well-prepared for the rigors of playing top collegiate tennis and pursuing their education at a wide range of leading colleges and universities including Harvard, Yale, University of Virginia, University of Michigan, UCLA and Duke, to name a few. Learn More
College Park Tennis Club (CPTC) offers adults instructional, social, and competitive programs for players of all ages and skill levels. From the “Rally In 10” class for novice players to the “Adult Champs” high performance program, CPTC provides fun and challenging opportunities for everyone. Learn More
JTCC offers a pathway for junior tennis players starting at any age to develop their interest in the sport to reach their full potential. Whether the child is introduced as a 3 – 5 year-old in JTCC’s Tennis Whizz programs or decides to pick up the game at a later stage, there are specific age appropriate programs for any child.
Classes are offered daily, and schedules are flexible to meet everyone’s needs and level of commitment.
If your child wants to play on his or her school team, compete in local, regional, or national tournaments, or just enjoy the exercise, there is a program to meet the child’s level of play.
ATP and WTA pros as well as intercollegiate players train at JTCC during their off season and breaks, including alumni Denis Kudla, Mitchell Frank , Frances Tiafoe and current WTA Top 50 star Alison Riske. These players become role models for JTCC participants and often train with the kids.
Adult programs are offered for all levels from beginners to training sessions for national competition.