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Middle School Tennis

Middle-School-Tennis-Gainesville-FLThe Gainesville Area Community Tennis Association is sponsoring its seventh season of its Middle School Tennis Program in Alachua County. The season is set to begin in late March 2017. For more information, contact Anne Koterba @ akoterba@nullaol.com

For information about other Middle School tennis programs and events in the Gainesville area, visit our Middle School News & Events page.

Upcoming Season

The 2017 season begins in late March. A no-cut format will be used, and the program is aimed at players of all levels.  The costs associated with registration are $55 for the season and include a team T-shirt, match balls and the end of season tournament/play day/party.  Transportation to and from the tennis facilities will be the responsibility of the parents.  Scholarships are available.  For more information, download this handy fact sheet.  With any questions, please don’t hesitate to send us a message or contact Anne Koterba, akoterba@nullaol.com or 352-665-9544. 

Download Registration Form

QR code gacta-middle-school-tennisYou can download the middle school tennis registration forms here.  Use this QR code to tell your friends about GACTA’s middle school tennis program, so they can sign up, too!

Pay Registration Fees Online

Click the "Pay Now" button on the right to pay your fees online with a credit card, bank transfer or PayPal account.

Before clicking the button, be sure to fill out the two fields, so we know which child participant your payment is for and also which school they currently attend.

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More Information

Anne Koterba, vice president of GACTA, says the middle school tennis program helps introduce the lifetime sport of tennis to this age group and provide a positive recreational after-school activity for students. “GACTA has the opportunity to work along with the Alachua County school system, as well as private schools, to provide middle school students with a safe, fun and learning atmosphere centered on tennis,” Koterba said. “Tennis helps teachstudents how to live a healthy lifestyle, and this program will give them the skills to play in high school and with their family and friends for the rest of their lives.”

In 2016, the program included nine private and public middle schools and approximately 150 students participated. The 2017 season will begin with practices starting in mid March. Dual matches are planned to begin at the end of March, and will continue through the end of May. A tournament/play day will conclude the season. Participants will receive clinics from volunteer local tennis teaching professionals at local tennis facilities, and parents will volunteer to captain the each school’s team. Most matches will be held on Fridays at various tennis facilities in the Gainesville area.

For more information, please send us a message or contact Anne Koterba, akoterba@nullaol.com or 352-665-9544.