Northwest Louisiana Community Tennis is proud to offer junior tennis programs to kids of all ages, sizes, backgrounds, and levels! We have local tennis facilities that offer year-round programs in the Shreveport/Bossier area, as well as Natchitoches, Ruston, and Monroe. We are here to help your children learn and develop through the game that lasts a lifetime! Let us know how we can help you get started!
We offer junior instruction at all of our tennis facilities from beginners to high performance levels from ages preschool-high school. Contact a local facility near you for more information or contact us.
If you would like a tennis pro and staff to come teach a class at your child’s school, day care, after school program, church youth groups, civic or sports organization…please contact us!
We look forward to seeing you and your child involved in in tennis! There are countless options for you and your children, and we are more than happy to help get you started! Contact Kaye Cochran, NWLA Community Coordinator (email@example.com) or Jordana Klein, USTA LA’s Junior Tennis Director, (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Check our calendar to find opportunities for your child to get involved.
DISCOVER TENNIS! SEE YOU ON THE COURTS!
This is our same successful adult program but on a “smaller” scale. We work with children ages 5-10 and 10-18. Get your child involved and playing today!
15 area schools participate in this exciting program playing from January to May at Querbes Tennis Center.
The Middle School Aces Tennis Program is a coed league in which the students from various middle schools, in the southwest area of Shreveport, come together to learn how to play tennis and later, compete against each other. Southern Hills Tennis Director, Coach David Kimball and his staff conduct the league.
10 & Under Junior Neighborhood Tennis
Fun and Instructional Tennis—Right In Your Own Backyard!
OPEN TO 6-10 YEAR OLDS
Includes a FREE Wilson Racket and a FREE 10U USTA Membership
Elementary and Middle School PE Visits
(for more information contact Kaye Cochran)