FAQ

  • What will my child need to bring with him/her to camp?

    Half Day Campers (9-Noon)

    * Tennis racquet (provided at location if you need one)
    * Water bottle or jug
    * Sunscreen
    * Snack

    Full Day Campers (9-3:00)

    * Lunch
    * Bathing Suit
    * Towel
    * Extra change of clothes

    Reminder :Put your child’s name on all of their belongings as things do tend to be left behind.

    Is there a deadline for registering?

    No, unless we reach capacity. Please register as early as possible to secure your spot.

    Who will make up the staff at the camps and groups?

    All sessions will be run by certified teaching professionals and directed by Angela Simon. They will be assisted by current college players, high school players, as well as selected area coaches.

    What does each camper need to bring?

    Campers need to wear tennis appropriate attire, including non-marking sneakers, and bring a racket and water bottle. Full day campers also must bring a lunch, bathing suit, sunscreen, and towel each day. However, please note that we do not have refrigerators so perishable items are not recommended. We also encourage campers NOT to bring valuables with them to camp.

    Is there before or after care available?

    Before and after care are provided starting at 8:00 and until 6:00. Please note however that organized camp activities do not begin until 9:00 AM. Full camp ends at 3:00 PM. After care is until 6:00 with a $10.00 an hour fee per child.

    What is your cancellation policy?

    A camps and classes are non-refundable and non transferable.

    Are parents allowed to come watch camp sessions?

    Yes, you are welcome to come observe at any time.

    How can I communicate with my camper in the event of an emergency?

    Parents can reach out to the professional in charge for each location or call Director Angela Simon at (404)617-1305. In addition, campers are permitted to have cell phones at camp as long as they are not out during instructional times.

    Will there be a medical staff at the camp?

    No.
    Please note: Campers requiring the use of inhalers or medications of any kind are solely responsible for administering their own meds. Parents should consider this when registering their children for camp.