10 & Under Tennis/Sports Camp Ages 4-10
GENERAL CAMP INFORMATION
Dates: June 17th – August 23rd, 2019
Location: Villanova University West Campus Courts; DVTA-Bryn Mawr (indoor)
Schedule: 9:00-11:30am and/or 12:45-3:00pm
Lunch: Included in a 9:00am-3:00pm day & provided by Villanova Dining Services
Morning Tennis: 9:00-11:30am: Tennis Drills and games
Afternoon Sports Options: 12:45-3:00pm at DVTA-Bryn Mawr: Tennis, Basketball, Swimming (Tues and Thurs), Soccer, Lacrosse, Kid Friendly dodge ball (with foam balls), Kickball, Capture the flag, Ultimate Frisbee and many more.
Private Lesson: A 1/2 hour lesson per week with video is standard for full day/full week students
After Care: Supervised after care up to 6:00pm $100/family/week
2019 DVTA TUITION & ENROLLMENT
- 10-Package (1-week) Camp $475 Member $525 Non-Member
- 20-Package (2-weeks) Camp $900 Member $1000 Non-Member
- 40-Package (4-weeks) Camp $1600 Member $1800 Non-Member
- (1-unit in a package is equal to 1-morning or 1-afternoon)
- Days attending can be submitted as late as May 1, 2019
- If Package is used for full day/Full Week of camp, a FREE 1/2 hour private lesson will be included
- Sign up for camp by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership: Single $125/year Family $200/year
Sibling discounts of $25 per child.
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DVTA Jr. Tennis Camp is a program for younger players who already show a special interest in the game of tennis. From beginners to low-intermediate players, the focus of the DVTA Jr. Tennis Camp is to develop a strong technical foundation in a fun and friendly environment. DVTA uses Red, Orange and Green low compression balls to help make the process easier and the positive results more frequent for our campers. Because character building and athletic skills are a vital component of competition, we incorporate off-court games, group challenges and leadership exercises in addition to typical tennis drills, rallies and point play. These activities give our future competitors the chance to emphasize good sportsmanship at a youthful age. To balance out the tennis focus, the campers go swimming on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and match play/Games on Mondays and Wednesdays, and partake in Game Day on Fridays; making the Jr. Tennis Camp both effective and enjoyable for players of all levels.