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West Point Grey Academy | Summer Camps 

Registration takes place through the WPGA Summer Programs website

Mini Aces (5-7 yrs) 

Start tennis this summer! Prepare your child to excel at tennis and sport with our fundamental movement and tennis camp. We have fun developing students’ balance, jumping, throwing, catching, and racquet skills. Enjoy various complimentary activities that aid in motor skill development and body awareness.

5 sessions | $230

M-F

1pm-4pm

June 24-July 28

Tu-F

1pm-4pm

July 2-July 5

M-F

1pm-4pm

July 8-July 12

Junior Fundamentals (7-11 yrs)

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

5 sessions | $230

M-F

9am-12pm

June 24-July 28

Tu-F*

9am-12am

July 2-July 5

M-F

9am-12pm

July 8-July 12

Junior Aces (8-13 yrs)

Build your tennis game! Start or continue to develop skills 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. Beginner and intermediate levels welcome.

5 sessions | $230

M-F

1pm-4pm

June 24-July 28

Tu-F*

1pm-4pm

July 2-July 5

M-F

1pm-4pm

July 8-July 12

Key Information

Logistics

  • Lessons take place at West Point Grey Academy

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

  • Students are expected to wear sunscreen and a hat, and bring water

  • In the case of rainy or questionable weather, classes will NOT be cancelled

  • No class July 1st 

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.