Junior Tennis Champions Center was founded in 1999 by Ken Brody, a lifelong tennis enthusiast, in College Park, MD. It was established on an area of 15 acres of Maryland parkland adjacent to the main campus of the University of Maryland.
Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to transforming lives through tennis. It offers a comprehensive pathway for all ages and abilities, serving Washington, DC, Montgomery County, MD, and Prince George’s County, MD. Our mission is to grow the game of tennis and create a lifetime sport for everyone.
JTCC was selected by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) as the first Regional Training Center for its high performance program.
To ensure participation by players requiring financial assistance, JTCC supporters provided more than $800,000 in need-based and merit-based grants in 2016.
JTCC provides a pathway for talented and highly motivated young individuals to follow their aspirations at top colleges and universities nationwide. Every student who has graduated from JTCC’s Champions program has earned a scholarship to a Division I program, a facilitated acceptance at a Division III, acceptance to an Ivy League school, or continued on to play professional tennis.
JTCC is committed to becoming the best junior developmental training program in the world. Here, tennis is used as a tool to develop champions with the highest standards of fair play on and off the court providing a pathway from their introduction to the game to top-tier collegiate and professional competition.
JTCC offers an exceptional 32-court tennis facility featuring indoor, outdoor, hard, red and green clay courts. The club is equipped with a complete fitness complex, including a speed and agility center, yoga studio and personal trainers on site. JTCC was one of the recipients of the 2013 USTA Outstanding Facility of the Year. The facility is also used by the University of Maryland Women’s team for training sessions and their home matches.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced this morning that effective 5 pm on Monday, March 16 gyms will be closed until further notice in order to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus.
JTCC is following Governor Hogan’s executive order and will close at 5 pm March 16 until further notice. This means JTCC’s entire facility will cease operations, including the JTCC School.
JTCC has committed to growing the sport of tennis in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area by introducing underserved youth in the community to the sport of tennis.
The mission of JTCC’s Neighborhood Outreach program is to promote overall health and wellness and to encourage personal growth through sportsmanship, competitive spirit, independence, and teamwork, opening doors to future success. Click here to learn more
JTCC School prepares students enrolled full-time in JTCC’s Champions program for academic success while accommodating the students’ rigorous tennis training schedules.
The JTCC School has utilized the nationally acclaimed Laurel Springs School online curriculum for 15 years.
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, Duke, Bowdoin, Claremont McKenna among others.
Through the extensive Laurel Springs online curriculum and the expertise of JTCC’s on-site teachers, JTCC School offers a rigorous, first-rate learning experience that provides students with the flexibility required to train and compete at the highest levels of junior tennis. Click here to learn more