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West Point Grey Community Centre | Spring Programs

Registration takes place through the City of Vancouver's online recreation and activity registry

Kinder (5-6 yrs) 

Young beginners are introduced to tennis through high-energy lessons that use the mini-court stage of the progressive tennis model.  

6 sessions | $60

Monday

3:30pm-4:00pm

May 6-June 17

Junior (7-9 yrs)

Young beginners are introduced to the game through high energy, game-based lessons that use the ½ court stage of the progressive tennis model. An emphasis is placed on inspiring a love for the game while building a strong technical foundation.

7 sessions | $126

Monday*

4:14pm-5:15pm

May 6-June 17

Wednesday

3:30pm-4:30pm

May 8-June 19

Youth (10-12 yrs)

Young beginners will develop the skills to play within the ¾ court stage of the progressive tennis model. Technical development is emphasized through a variety of exciting games and learning exercises.

7 sessions | $126

Monday*

5:15pm-6:15pm

May 6-June 17

Wednesday

4:30pm-5:30pm

May 8-June 19

Adult Beginner (18+yrs) 

An introduction to the game with an eventual progression to rally and play within the full court setting. Students will be introduced to all phases of play and basic strategy.

7 sessions | $135

Monday

6:30pm-7:45pm

May 6-June 17

Adult Intermediate (18+yrs) 

An opportunity for players with some experience (2.5 - 3.0 NTRP rating) to refine their technical and tactical skills. Through game-based learning, students will improve upon their ability to play within cooperative and competitive settings.  

7 sessions | $189

Wednesday

5:45pm-7:15pm

May 8-June 19

Key Information

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Logistics

  • Lessons take place at Trimble (7th and Trimble)

  • Students are expected to bring their own rackets and dress in athletic attire with athletic shoes 

Learning Environment

  • A safe, non-judgmental space for students and staff

  • Tennis Canada Certified Coaches

  • Max student to teacher ratio of 6:1

  • Progressive tennis method and equipment used

  • Teaching model encourages learning through play

  • Integrated perception training 

  • An emphasis on fun, activity, and challenge

  • Sensitive to distinct emotional and learning needs

Information for Spring and Summer 2020 programs will be published online in February.