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School Tennis

Representatives from the USTA North Carolina teach PE teachers fun tennis games and activities to use with people of all ages. The teachers are taught how to safely introduce the lifetime sport to their students without tennis courts or a large amount of equipment. It is a very active program in which the teachers participate in all of the games and drills.

USTA School Tennis

Fun, safe, easy, no courts required!

USTA School Tennis provides in-school and extracurricular programming (Net Generation) for students in grades K-12. The primary goals of the program are a positive first-time experience, perceived competence, fun and fitness. Another important element is to help schools meet their health and wellness requirements. The program offers training, curriculum materials, and equipment.

Grants

2018 NC BOGO Equipment Grant

This grant is also be available to School’s that have:

  • Participated in a USTA North Carolina School Tennis Workshop
  • Registered with a school partner on NetGeneration.com.

Training

  • Free three-hour teacher workshops designed to show physical educators and extracurricular program leaders how to conduct a quality tennis unit and activities.
  • The workshop also includes class management techniques, basic tennis skills, station activities, supervised play formats and Net Generation activities.
  • The School/After school tennis workshop often meets school district requirements for continuing education credits.

Curriculum

  • Lesson plans under Net Generation were co-created by the USTA and SHAPE America, every activity within every single lesson meets SHAPE America National Standards and Grade Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education.
  • The easy-to- follow teaching tools make it easy to teach and play tennis in all school settings.
  • Easily accessible manuals help teachers guide students at every stage of development.

Additional resources

  • Equipment starter kit including rackets, balls, rolls of tape, chalk, large roller bag, and apparel for class leader.
  • Digital communications providing new program information, and support to build Net Generation in your school.
  • Net Generation tablet preloaded with tennis curricula.

Net Generation Schools Quick Links

Contact us

For more information about bringing USTA School Tennis to your school district, please contact Robert Hogewood at (336) 852-8577 or robert@nctennis.com for more information on grants