Youth Tennis Programs 2023
Below is our 2023 schedule which is nearly the same range of youth programs we offered before covid restrictions. At this time we are committed to doing all of these programs again for 2023. However, we will be responsive to any health mandates coming from local, state or federal agencies to protect everyone’s health. PLEASE FOLLOW UPDATES ON OUR SITE IN THE EVENT WE HAVE TO MAKE SCHEDULING CHANGES DUE TO CHANGING HEALTH PROTOCOLS.
REGISTRATION FOR ALL PROGRAMS: Download the Youth-Registration (waiver form on reverse side must be signed), or pick up a registration form at the BOC tennis clubhouse on Cedar St., Brattleboro. For questions contact email@example.com or Jacob Miller at 603-313-7672.
Junior Program for ages 8 to 18: Open to all junior players who would like to improve their tennis skills.
May 16, 23 and 30 from 4:00 to 5:30 $100
SUMMER PROGRAMS (Morning Youth Camp, Junior Development, Junior Intensive)
Session 1: June 19 to June 23
Session 2: June 26 to June 30
Session 3: July 3 to July 7 (Cost: $210- no camp 7/4)
Session 4: July 10 to July 14
Session 5: July 17 to July 21
Session 6: July 24 to July 28
Session 7: July 31 to Aug 4
Session 8: Aug 7 to Aug 11
MORNING YOUTH CAMPS for ages 8 to 18 (younger with director’s permission)
June 19 to August 11 (one-week sessions; no class on Fourth of July)
Morning Youth Camps are open to players of all levels from beginner through intermediate. The camps are designed to help encourage both physical and personal development of the campers through the acquisition of solid tennis skills taught in a combination of group and individual setting. Good sportsmanship, fun, and the development of general physical coordination skills lie at the core of the BOC tennis camp program.
Time: Monday to Friday (unless otherwise noted); 9 am to 12 pm (drop off 8:50 am)
Cost: $270 weekly ($210 for session 3)/$60 for day sessions, only when available
JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT for ages 12 to 18
June 20 to August 12 (one-week sessions)
Time: Monday to Thursday, 1:00 to 3 pm
Cost: $145 weekly/$40 daily
JUNIOR INTENSIVE for ages 13 to 18 June 19 to August 11 (one-week, all-day sessions) Cost: $400 weekly
The BOC is offering an opportunity for young players who wish to develop their tennis game, have fun, work hard, and make new friends in a new one week program that provides live ball drills, match play, technical and tactical review, physical conditioning, and psychological development. The program will run Monday through Thursday from 9am to 3pm with an hour lunch break at noon. Fridays will on be a morning session from 9am-12pm
Time: Monday to Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm; Friday 9 am to noon
Cost: $400 weekly/$100 daily
Junior Development for ages 8 to 18
Time: 4:00 to 5:30 pm
Rain Policy- Camp will only be canceled due to rain if a total washout is forecasted. In the event of a quick rain storm the outdoor courts dry very quickly. Should we get a spot shower the camp staff will have games and activities under the pavilion at the club. In the event that rain would cause a cancelation an email will be sent out no later than 8:30am that morning. Campers can then use that day as a credit to attend a day session another week of the summer. Please contact Jacob with any questions regarding weather.
Adult Tennis Programs 2023
ADULT BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE CLINICS
Focusing on learning all facets of the game with others of similar skill level. Have fun! Improve your game! Meet new players! Weekday evenings 5-6:30 p.m. $25
Beginning in early June.
For registration or more information, contact Jacob Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-313-7672.
Jacob serves as Director at the BOC and has played four years of NCAA Division I collegiate tennis at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut and has been teaching for ten years. He is PTR certified and has teaching experience with all ages and abilities. Jacob is available for private instruction or as a hitting partner.
Jacob also offers several different lines of racquets, shoes and balls, and can help you choose the best gear for your game. He is a master racquet technician and provides stringing services and other racquet repairs/modifications to keep your equipment operating at peak performance. Reach him at email@example.com or 603-313-7672.
In 2017 and 2018, Ed coached the Brattleboro Union High School boys’ team to a 9–3 record (2017) and a 10-2 record (2018). He has since taken over as head coach of the Northfield-Mount Hermon girls team. Ed is a PTR-certified coach at the high school level. He is currently a board member of USTA New England and the board liaison for the national selection committee. He also serves on the Brattleboro Outing Club’s tennis committee for the past four years, promoting the sport to youth and adults alike. Ed will be available for lesson in the evenings and on weekends. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are exploring ideas to provide the opportunity for competitive singles play. At the present time we are hoping to have a league composed of multiple divisions, each division having members of similar skill level. We also hope to have a regular night(s) during the week for players to show up for impromptu singles play and/or drills, and some clinics to improve on our singles skills. Check the site, newsletter and club bulletin board for further news on our singles programs