Everything you need to know!
Whether you’re new to the game of tennis, have played a little, or played years ago and want to get back to the court – we’ve got a class for you! Brief descriptions of the five class levels are below. Choose the one that best fits your own tennis experience. Then click the button to be re-directed to registration on the Plano Parks and Recreation site.
Five levels are offered. Each class builds upon skills developed in the prior class. However, based on your own tennis experience, you may choose where to start.
Beginner – Introduction to game fundamentals – stance, grip, basic strokes, keeping score.
Advanced Beginner I – Builds upon ground strokes, overheads, volleys and serves.
Advanced Beginner II – Continues to build skill development in the various strokes and includes point-like situations.
Learn N Play I – Time is divided between instruction and drill with a pro and playing actual games against fellow classmates.
Learn N Play II – Time is divided between instruction and drill with a pro and playing actual games. The course is also designed for the player who has played league tennis in the past but has not played recently and wants to brush up on strokes and match play before starting league play again.
the next step
There are several options for students who have completed tennis classes and who are interested in trying competitive play. Our High Point Adult Leagues run year-around and offer a variety of levels and formats. As players gain confidence, they are encouraged to also get involved in the various metropolitan-wide leagues.
Teens who have completed the classes and are interested in the junior development program, may do so with the pre-approval of their most recent High Point instructor. They should also consider trying out for their school team!