Welcome to Tennis Team
The AHSTC tennis team is for kids of all ability levels. The team holds afternoon practices Monday-Thursdays from late-May to late-June, and morning practices Monday through Friday, from late-June to late-July. Matches are held on Monday and Wednesday evenings and are typically played by team members 10 years or older, unless a younger child is particularly strong and skilled. In order to participate in matches, kids must be able to serve, keep score, and rally a few balls continuously. Before the start of summer matches, we offer an inter-club match to give kids a chance to get comfortable with match play in a relaxed and fun environment. The season ends with a two-day End of Season Tournament.
Kids interested in improving their tennis may also take advantage of our 2-week tennis lesson programs offered in the summer, or hire any of our instructors for private lessons. Both of these opportunities are affordable options to further improving tennis skills, especially when compared to local tennis club rates.
The AHSTC Tennis Team is fun, low-pressure way to learn the sport of tennis, or improve existing tennis skills. It’s also a great way to make new friends at the Arb while enjoying time outdoors!
2022 Tennis Registration
Team registration is required prior to practice. If you still have questions, contact email@example.com.
*Please note our refund policy.
Tennis Practice Schedule
Mondays/Wednesdays, 4:00pm-7:30pm (All Matches at AHSTC)
June 27 – Intra-Squad Match
June 29 – Olympic View
July 6 – Gregory Seahurst
July 11 – Blue Ridge
July 13 – Olympic View
July 18 – View Ridge
July 20 – Gregory Seahurst
End-of -Season Tennis Team Party
July 23, 4:00pm
All-City Tennis Tournament
July 25, 8am-1pm (Boys)
July 26, 8am-1pm (Girls)
12:30-2pm every day during summer season (June 20-July 29)
No lessons July 4 and July 25-26
High School Advanced Tennis Clinics
Tues/Thus during summer season, 2-3:30pm (2 courts only)
June 21, 23, 28, 30
July 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21
4 Day Tennis Summer Camp
August 1-4, 2022
Tennis summer camp! We will be build off skills learned from summer sessions. Each day will be focused on a different tennis concept such as: groundstrokes, volleys and net play, serves, etc. On top of working on additional skills we will also be having tons of fun by playing games, tennis relays and also incorporating doubles and singles (older kids) scrimmages.
On the last day of camp we will celebrate with an end-of-season party with refreshments! Come join us for some end-of-summer fun playing the sport we love!
Maximum 24 players for each session.
1st Session: Ages 12 and under: 9:00am-12:00pm (Snack break included)
2nd Session: Ages 13+: 1:00-3:00pm
All skill abilities welcome!
12 and Under: Members $120; Non Members $160
13+: Members $90; Non Members $125
Registration opens for members on July 11 and non-members on July 18.
Meet Our 2022 Coaches
Amelia has been playing tennis at Arbor Heights since she was seven years old and remembers coming to Arbor Heights each summer with her family and four siblings, swimming and learning to play tennis. Her first coaching job was at Arbor Heights as an assistant coach when she was 16 years old. Amelia attended Chief Sealth International High School where she played basketball and tennis all four years, and served as team captain of her tennis team her senior year. After graduating she returned to Sealth as the junior varsity coach for three years and for the past two years has been the head coach for the co-ed teams. She graduated from Seattle University with a B.A. in Education and Teaching and a math endorsement. Amelia also is a full time pre K teacher at Impact Salish Sea Elementary. Amelia has a newborn at home, his name is Norrin and she can’t wait until he can play tennis. Amelia is very excited to be back at the Arb where she first learned to play tennis. firstname.lastname@example.org
Molly is originally from Bar Harbor, Maine, and moved to Seattle in 2019. A graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, she was the President of the SNHU Club Tennis team. During her college years she also served as a board member for USTA New England Tennis on Campus to inspire college kids to play tennis and promote the game. Molly is currently going on in her second year as the Head Tennis Coach of the Forest Ridge Varsity High School girls tennis team in Bellevue, as well as the head coach for the Middle School girls team. She also has experience coaching in a variety of youth tennis programs in Seattle, as well as giving private lessons. In her first year as an AHSTC coach Molly is very excited to show her love for the game and to help your child gain skills in the sport, but also to discover a passion for this lifelong sport. She looks forward to meeting all of the families and connecting with your kids! email@example.com
Dominic is completing his senior year at Seattle Prep. He has been a member at the Arb since he was born. At the age of five, he joined the AHSTC’s tennis team. He started playing year round tennis when he was seven years old at the Bellevue Club until the COVID pandemic began in 2020. At Seattle Prep, Dominic played on the Varsity Tennis team all four years. In August, he will head to the University of Idaho to begin his college career and study Virtual Technology and Design. He is excited to be back coaching this summer! firstname.lastname@example.org
I started playing tennis at Arbor Heights in the summer of 2010, when I was 6 years old. I continued my tennis at Vashon Island High School. I was a 4-year varsity player and was the captain of the team my senior year, where I helped out coaching the team as well as giving private lessons outside of practice. I have always enjoyed having structured and fun practices while I’m coaching which I experienced everyday when I was on the Arbor Heights tennis team. email@example.com
John is a freshman at SeattleU majoring in Computer Science with a minor in photography. He’s been playing tennis ever since he could walk. He played tennis for Arbor Heights for 3 years and played for his high school team for 4 years. His first coaching job was for the city through the Net Generation program when he was 16. During this time he started coaching at the Amy Yee tennis Center and has been coaching there for 3 years. He recently started a tennis youth program in white center for King County. He’s coached a wide variety of classes from 4-13 year olds, High School Academy Classes, private lessons, and USTA classes. He’s getting back into the competitive side of tennis. He’s excited to come back to the club to meet all of the families and coach your kids! firstname.lastname@example.org
Elena has been playing tennis, swimming and diving at Arbor Heights since she was 5 years old. She played varsity tennis and varsity swim at Kennedy Catholic High School all four years. She was captain for tennis her junior and senior year, as well as captain her senior year for swim. She took tennis lessons at Boeing Tennis Club throughout high school during the off seasons. She is now a first year at Gonzaga University and is playing club tennis. She is very excited to coach this summer after so many years of playing at the Arb! email@example.com
Tennis Team Contacts
Head Youth Coach
Head Adult Coach