Celebrating our 58th summer at North Central High School, the Indianapolis Community Tennis Program serves all ages and abilities. Offering a wide range of classes and camps, from very beginner to highly advanced, hour-long classes to full-day camps, and everything in between, there’s a perfect fit for everyone!
Address: 1805 E 86th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Phone: (317) 259-5377
Email: [email protected]
Gender of Campers: All
Dates: May 24 – July 29, 2021
Hours: Varies by Camp
Ages: 3 years old – adult
Q&A with Indianapolis Community Tennis Program:
What makes Indianapolis Community Tennis Program unique?
We really do have something for everyone! With over 50 years of teaching experience, we utilize the USTA’s Youth Progression Pathway, serving close to 500 players in the summer months.
Our youngest beginner classes offer an introduction to the sport, with a strong emphasis on fun! The recreational players enjoy both half-day and full-day camp opportunities, which incorporate field games, ping-pong, chess, and swimming. The High Performance Program for our elite players serves as one of five Regional Training Centers in the country, attracting the top talent from all over the Midwest.
With 30 courts and one-of-a-kind Tennis House, our facility serves as the hub for tennis in Indiana and the USTA Midwest Section. Annually we host the IHSAA Boy’s and Girl’s State Tournaments, local, regional, and national USTA tournaments, and house the Indiana High School Coaches Hall of Fame.
What activities are offered at Indianapolis Community Tennis Program?
Our Day Camp offers 45 hours per week of fun activities, including three hours of tennis daily combined with table tennis, board games, field activities, and athletic conditioning.
How much time do campers spend outside?
Our camps and classes meet outdoors.
How old are the counselors and how are they trained?
Our staff consists of professional coaches, high school and collegiate players, and teachers on summer break. All staff members complete the USTA Safe Play training and teaching workshops. Our advanced coaches hold certifications from the United States Professional Tennis Association (USTPA) and Professional Tennis Registry (PTR).