High School Tennis

July 24, 2023

High School tennis is for everyone!

Interested in improving your game or already a competitive player?

Are you a tennis enthusiast wanting to give back?

  • Be a high School Coach

  • Run events for High School players

  • Volunteer

 Junior Tennis Opportunities

High School Tennis Ambassador Program

Are you a tennis enthusiast and in high school? Consider becoming apart of our High School Tennis Ambassador Program! In this role, you’ll be contributing to the mission of USTA Mid-Atlantic and helping to grow tennis to create happy and healthier communities. You’ll be a fun, positive force for good through the sport, and connect other high schoolers like yourself to the healthy physical, social and emotional benefits of tennis -  which is critical now more than ever!


Want to learn more? Check out our FAQS all about the High School Ambassador Program! 


The application for 2023 is now closed.

Are you a High School Coach? 

Questions? Email youthplay@mas.usta.com




  • Become an official!

    • High schoolers can earn some extra money by becoming a USTA Official. Learn more here.

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