SUMMER CAMP POLICIES
ABOUT THE CAMPS/CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
AGAPE CAMP SAMPLE SCHEDULE
2018 DEKALB TENNIS CENTER SUMMER TENNIS CAMP SCHEDULE
|AGAPE CAMP 1||JUNE 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (5 DAY)||9AM-4PM||5-18||$385/$165|
|QUICKSTART CAMP 1||JUNE 11, 12, 13, 14 (4 DAY)||9AM-12PM||4-12||$132|
|TOURNAMENT PLAY CAMP||JUNE 11, 12, 13, 14 (4 DAY)||4PM-8PM||7-18||$192|
|ELITE CAMP 1||JUNE 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 (5 DAY)||9AM – 4PM||5-18||$400/$200|
|AGAPE CAMP 2||JUNE 25, 26, 27, 28 (4 DAY)||9AM- 4PM||5-18||$308/$132|
|AGAPE CAMP 3||JULY 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 (5 DAY)||9AM-4PM||5-18||$385/$165|
|QUICKSTART CAMP 2||JULY 16, 17, 18, 19 (4 DAY)||9AM-12PM||5-12||$132|
|TOURNAMENT PLAY CAMP||JULY 16, 17, 18, 19 (4 DAY)||4PM-8PM||7-12||$192|
|AGAPE CAMP 4||JULY 23, 24, 25, 26 (4 DAY)||9AM-4PM||5-18||$308/$132|
|ELITE CAMP 2||JULY 30, 31, AUG 1,2 (4 DAY)||9AM-4PM||5-18||$325/$160|
TAKE YOUR GAME TO THE NEXT LEVEL AT AGAPE TENNIS ACADEMY SUMMER CAMPS
…where serious fun, serious improvement, and serious energy meet!
An Agape Tennis Camp will cover all aspects and skills of the game in a fun and rewarding environment. Each camp is uniquely run based on the type of camp: Agape, Quickstart, Elite, or a Tournament Play Camp. On the first day, campers are evaluated on the courts and placed into smaller groups based on their age and ability. In the Agape, Elite, and Tournament Play Camps, players will get up to 20 hours of tennis instruction and play per week- including a combination of drills, match play, strategy sessions, along with a flighted tournament each week. Our camps are perfect for the new, developing, or accomplished player. Details on the different types of camps are below. Each camper will receive a camp tee shirt, award, and player party on the final day.
Receive 15% off if you register before April 1st.
2018 SUMMER CAMPS
|8:55AM - 9:15AM||WARM UP DRILLS|
|9:15AM - 9:30AM||CAMP INTRODUCTION FOR THE DAY|
|9:30AM - 9:55AM ||FUN TENNIS GAME TO GET HIGH ENERGY|
|10:00AM - 10:40AM ||DRILL ROTATION 1: GROUNDSTROKE FOCUS|
|10:40AM - 11:20AM ||DRILL ROTATION 2: VOLLEYS/OVERHEADS FOCUS|
|11:20AM - 12:00PM||DRILL ROTATION 3: SERVE/RETURN OR LIVE BALL GAMES|
|12:00PM - 12:30PM||TEAM COMPETITIONS/ WATER BALLOON FIGHT|
|12:30PM - 1:00PM||LUNCH BREAK|
|1:00PM - 1:30PM||CLASSROOM SESSION: MENTAL TOUGHNESS|
|1:30PM - 3:15PM||MATCH PLAY|
|3:15PM - 3:40PM||FUN TEAM COMPETITIONS|
|3:40PM - 4:00PM||TENNIS SURVIVOR / HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT|
Agape camps are for all ability levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced and ages 5-18. Half Day is from 9am-12pm.
AGAPE CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
Quickstart camps are for beginner and intermediate players ages 5-12.
QUICKSTART CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
Elite camps are for intermediate and advanced players ages 7 -18. Half day camp is from 9am-12pm.
ELITE CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
TOURNAMENT PLAY CAMPS
Tournament play camps are for advanced beginners, intermediate, and advanced level players ages 7-18.
TOURNAMENT PLAY CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
Coach Amy Pazahanick
Coach Amy is very passionate about summer tennis camps and helping players reach their full potential as people and athletes. She is focused on making summer camps the most fun and rewarding in the state. Coach Amy played Division I college tennis on a scholarship, competed in the NCAA Championships, was ranked in the top 50 in the country in collegiate doubles, and was an academic all-American every year in college. She was ranked top 10 in the state of Georgia as a junior player consistently. Amy is certified by the USTA in High Performance Coaching and Sports Science. She started Agape Tennis Academy in 2012 and has taught thousands of junior tennis athletes, many who are now college tennis players. Amy was voted the 2017 Director of the Year for the state of Georgia.
Coach Jacob Byrd
Coach Jacob is very passionate about coaching and helping his students become the best they can be on and off of the court. Jacob played competitive junior tennis in the state of Ohio where he was a highly successful high school player. He earned a tennis scholarship to Spring Arbor University in Michigan where he competed all four years and was a captain of the team for two years. Jacob has a degree in Business and Sports Management. He is certified by the PTR, with a specialization in juniors ages 11-17. Jacob was voted the 2017 Newcomer of the Year for the state of Georgia. This will be Coach Amy and Coach Jacob’s fourth year teaching summer camps together.