Junior Tennis Academy Academics

Junior tennis academic learning center

Academy Learning Center

Jackson-Bridge Tennis Academy offers students the option of attending independent study, homeschool, public school, or private school. Our public school attendees that board with us will obtain an early release to attend the Academy from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm daily.

The goal of the Junior Tennis Academy Learning Center is to provide a structured learning environment for our students.  Individualized instruction, program coordination, and student accountability will be our primary focus.  By providing individualized support for each student, we seek to provide an optimal educational experience. We maintain a low staff/student ratio to ensure accelerated learning.

International Junior Tennis Students

All Non-US students seeking 1-20 VISAS will attend Anaheim Discovery Christian School (grades 7-12) or Mater Dei High School also training from 1:00-6:00 pm Mon-Fri at the Academy. Our online independent study students can homeschool or attend the Academy Learning Center of OC from 7:45 am to 11:15 am daily.


INTERNATIONAL TENNIS STUDENTS: For I-20 Visa Assistance Contact Us Today To Get Started. Call 949-287-2878 or email us at info@jacksonbridgetennis.com >>


JUNIOR TENNIS SERVICES:

Instruction / Planning / Grading
Test / Writing preparation
Contact with study programs
Counseling Services / Program Referrals
Parent-Teacher Conferencing
WiFi internet access available on site
Tutoring by appt (all subjects)


FEATURED JUNIOR TENNIS PROGRAMS:

CHEP (K/8)
K12 (Online Program)
Pacific Coast High School
Laurel Springs (K-12)
U of Nebraska Independent Study
Julian Charter School(K-12)
Other Study Programs Welcome


Financial Assistance:

Financial assistance is available for qualified players.  Jackson-Bridge accepts donor and corporate sponsorships on behalf of players for training, travel, tournament expenses, equipment, medical treatment, and any training-related expenses.  All donations are tax exempt through the Katalys Foundation 501 (C)(3).

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