USTA NorCal is proud to be collaborating with the Girls Scouts, Cub Scouts, Boys & Girls Clubs, Police Athletic Leagues and Schools to bring tennis into their youth programs. These organizations all recognize the importance of physical activity for their kids and welcome USTA assistance with programming.
When you bring tennis into your school, whether you work at the elementary, middle or high school level, the benefits to the students transcend the boundaries on the court. You will help your students build self-confidence, learn teamwork and sportsmanship as well as lead healthy lifestyles. Now bringing tennis to your school is easier than ever, with resources and training available from the USTA.
The USTA/National Junior Tennis and Learning (NJTL) network is a nation-wide group of community tennis organizations seeking to develop the character of young people through tennis and education.
The game of tennis can be adapted to accommodate any age, environment, condition, or disability. The charge of USTA Adaptive Tennis is to promote and develop recreational tennis opportunities for individuals with varying abilities and circumstances through inclusion, knowledge, and support. The USTA continues to support programming for individuals with physical, developmental, and situational challenges.