Creating the next generation
High-caliber sports and academic programs will be made available at little or no cost to underserved local youth and families. Our goal is to inspire all young people to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom, and in life.
The Campus will become the regional home of the USTA Foundation’s NJTL program. In addition, the Campus’ tennis programs will include junior tournament and team tennis, introductory tennis lessons, college showcases for young talent and adult leagues and tournaments facilitated by The USTA Southern California.
National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) Programs
Founded by Arthur Ashe in 1969 to engage children in character building and educational opportunities with the goal of graduating from college
NJTL Excellence Teams
Year-round training and tournament play
Tournaments & Junior Team Tennis
Guaranteed match play and line-ups based on skill level
Coaching courses, online certifications, and other resources for youth tennis coaches
Learn to Play Programming
Designed to teach tennis to older children and adults of all ages
USTA Player Development
Providing aspiring tennis players with the resources to reach their highest potential
Player Training Pathway
Comprehensive training and coaching for athletes to compete at the highest level
Adult Leagues and Tournaments
USTA Leagues are offered year round for adults of all ages in the Los Angeles area, facilitated by The USTA Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA).
The expansive learning center will be overseen by the TGR Foundation and modeled after the award-winning curriculum at the flagship TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim.
Academic programs include:
STEM focused curriculums
Unique learning experiences in STEM and enrichment programs in college access
College access programming
Allow students to take virtual campus tours and explore the college application process
Designed to unleash the full capacity of underserved middle and high school students, and prepare students to work in STEM-related fields
Educator Professional Development
High quality resources in the vital subjects of STEM and college-access
Net Generation Programming in Local Schools
Provides schools with free equipment to start and maintain a youth tennis program and an accompanying curriculum that extends to the classroom
Arthur Ashe Essay Contest
Annual essay contest where winners may receive a trip to New York City
Earl Woods Scholar Program
Supports deserving students with college financial aid in the form of dedicated mentors, internships and career counseling
The LA Galaxy Champion Project, which already reaches thousands of students a year in collaboration with 11 Carson elementary schools, will benefit from numerous new soccer fields in the community.