SCTA Programs


Ages 7 to 14/Pre-Tournament Level

Monday thru Friday

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

SCTA Developmental classes are for players ages 7 to 14 with ability levels form beginners to intermediates.  The focal points of FUNdamentals are:

  • overall groundstroke development

  • service motion 

  • live ball playability

  • footwork specific training

  • cooperation 

  • teamwork

  • coach/player interaction

  • having fun while working hard

Classes are divided by levels of play with coaches forming groups on a beginner court, advanced beginner court and intermediate court.  Top players will be considered All-Starts and be invited to represent SCTA in USTA Jr. Team Tennis.  One or two players per month graduate from Fundamentals to High Performance

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High Performance

SoCal/National Ranking

Monday thru Friday

3:00 pm to 6:30 pm

SCTA High Performance is for tournament level players ages 11-22.  The focus in this work-out is point-play.  We drill to start the work-out with drop-feeding followed by rallying, then we go into live ball points with patterns.  We start with groundstrokes, then transition play, followed by service points. This is followed by team points and doubles' games. From 6;00 pm to 6:30 pm we run on-court fitness.  The High Performance class is high energy and competitive. The goal is to make players more successful in tournament play by making them more playable.  Players become accustomed to competing on a daily basis, and they learn how to navigate that environment more successfully.  Players can attend from one class to five classes weekly.  Ability range in HP goes from strong middle school tournament players to high school varsity players as well as five star and blue chip national players.

Future Stars

Ages 4 to 6

Tuesday and Thursday  4:05 pm to 4:50 pm  

Saturday 8:10 am to8:50 am

SCTA Futures After School classes will begin in September 2020. We will have Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday class options. These classes will use developmental balls to increase the success of the players rallies and control. We will use a strategy of doing a drill followed by playing a game to keep the kids' focus at a high level. Groundstrokes and serving will be the focal points along with overall hand/eye coordination, footwork, cooperation, team-work, focus and fun!

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El Dorado Park Tennis Center

2800 N Studebaker Rd, Long Beach CA

(562) 704-2241