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Future Stars and Competitive junior development are for youth ages 10-17. These programs require a minimum 2 day/week commitment. Length of each session is longer – typically between 6-8 weeks.
Junior development programs require pre-approval. Current High Point students may get approval from their High Point coach. For families new to High Point, players are invited to attend a free evaluation. Free evaluations and program registration must be done through the Pro Shop.
COMPLIMENTARY EVALUATIONS FOR JUNIOR PLAYERS. Players who have participated in a junior development program elsewhere, are welcome to attend a free evaluation according to the following schedule:
Evaluations are on Tuesday and Thursday nights:
* Youth ages 10.5 and up at 5:45 pm
* Youth ages 10.5 and under at 6:00 pm
Only 4 spots are available for each age group on each evening. Therefore, you will need to sign up in advance. If you register and cannot attend, please call and cancel since space is limited. Please call (972) 941-7170, Option 4 to reserve a spot.
NOTE: You must have a Plano Parks and Recreation account to register for any High Point program. If you do not have one, we encourage you to Create a Parks & Recreation Account Online prior to the evaluation.
Future Stars is for the player with little or no tournament experience. This program is designed for the young player who wants to work on his/her game through organized play situations, group instruction and drills. The main emphasis is on play situations that use challenge ladders, tournaments and round robins. Enrollment is limited – players who completed the previous session will have priority when registering for the next session. Players who are new to Future Stars must have taken two (2) group classes or have equivalent lesson experience. Players are encouraged to take private lessons in addition to participating in Future Stars.
Competitive Junior Development is designed for players with limited tournament experience and/or players preparing for future tournament competition. Class time is divided into three parts: drills, play situations, and conditioning. Instructors encourage players to enter local youth tournaments by informing them of upcoming tournaments, providing entry blanks, helping to arrange transportation, and accompanying and observing players during tournaments whenever possible. Players are encouraged to take private lessons in addition to participating in Competitive. Enrollment is limited-players who completed the previous session will have priority when registering for the next session.