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1 Registration For High Performance Registration for our Windward Tennis High Performance Program is now available. You will be registering for our program that begins Monday, August 17th 2015, and ends July The calendar, program, and registration form is available at the tennis center. EVERYONE is required to register even if you are currently attending, there are no exceptions. The registration deadline is on 8/07/2015. All HP players are required to keep a credit card on file. August 2015 Upon registering, you can indicate if you would like to participate in the program this August or if you want to begin in September. If you begin in August you will be required to pay August tuition upon enrollment regardless of when you start, and will be responsible for the full tuition which will be ½ off your regular rate. 1

2 High Performance will follow the schedule below starting Tuesday, August 18 th Evening High Performance: $375.00/Month (2 Day) /Month (3 Day) Georgia Advanced: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 5:00-7:00 p.m. Southern Select: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 5:00-7:00 p.m. Southern Elite: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 7:00-9:00 p.m. Daytime High Performance will follow the schedule below starting Monday, August 17 th Daytime High Performance: 3 Day: $800.00/Month- Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursdays 1:30-5:00 p.m. 5 Day: $ /Month- Monday-Friday 1:30-5:00 p.m. 2

3 Windward Tennis High Performance Program Module 1: September 2015 December 2015 Tue., Sept. 1 High Performance begins Mon., Sept.7 No HP Labor Day Thu., Nov. 26 Sun., Nov. 29 No HP - Thanksgiving Mon., Nov. 30 HP resumes Wed., Dec 23- Sun., Jan 3 No HP Christmas & NYE Module 2: January 2016 April 2016 Mon., Jan. 4 HP resumes Tues., Apr. 5 Thurs. Apr. 7 No HP Fulton County Spring Break Mon., May 30 No HP- Memorial Day Module 3: May 2016 August 2016 (to be determined) Summer Schedule will be available in April 2016 The Windward Tennis High Performance Program is a full time program designed for the student looking to play college and professional tennis. Each program includes tournament coaching, drills, and conditioning throughout the year on a daily basis. The conditioning sessions are mandatory and will focus on injury prevention as well as increased performance to prepare the students for the rigors of many hours on the court. The groups are split into sections. The early fall, and the early spring will have a strong emphasis on technical and physical development. The later fall, and the later spring will be more focused on tactical and mental skills. The summer will be more about tactical and mental development based around a lot of match play. 3

4 Junior Membership Junior 1 Membership (1 st Child): Junior 2 Membership (2 nd Child): Junior 3 Membership (3 rd Child): $50/Mo $75/Mo $100/Mo The Junior Membership is a membership set up for our Academy students to have full access to our whole facility. This monthly membership will give the juniors a chance to use the hard, clay, and paddle courts, and will also enable them to reserve it themselves. Juniors will also have a chance to experience the pool in the summer months, and enjoy the food from our Wave Café. This will be a mandatory, non-prorated charge every month, and will start as of September 1 st You will not have to pay this junior membership only if you have a current Full Facility Membership, or any kind of Tennis Membership. Tuition Plans All tuition is a 12 month billing (September July). You are required to pay for August and your rate will be ½ of your program rate. If a player joins mid-month, that player will be charged a daily fee multiplied by the number of days left in the month for that player to attend. Georgia Advanced, Southern Select, & Elite- 3 Day- $375/month. 5 Day- $500.00/month Daytime: 3 Day- $800.00/month, 5 Day- $1000/month. Academy Discounts We are pleased to offer the following discounts to our families that have more than 1 child in our Academy program. Sibling Discount: 1 st child: full rate 2 nd child : 15% Sibling discount 3 rd child: 25% Sibling discount 4

5 Windward Tennis High Performance Policies A registration form, enrollment and participation in our Windward Tennis Academy are required, and is acknowledged as acceptance of our policies and procedures. Payment All Windward Academy players are required to have a credit card on file with the club. You may still pay by check, but in order to participate in the program you must provide a credit card number on the PREFERRED PAYMENT METHOD FORM. You will receive an statement the 1st of the month itemizing your charges at the club including your Academy tuition for the current month, and your credit card on file will be charged on the 5 th of every month. If you wish to pay your monthly account balance by check, your check must be received on or before the fifteenth of each month, and you must call the club during the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. so we can turn your credit card off. If payments are not received in a timely matter we will turn your credit card back on and charge the open balance. When a credit card is declined, or payment has not been made for more than 45 days no lessons or drills may be put on the account. The junior will not be allowed to attend drills or take lessons until the current balance due is paid. Credits- We are only granting credit requests for medical reasons, injuries & HS Tennis away matches. Practices, home matches, and other HS, or Jr HS related events are NOT allowed to be credited as our practice times have been scheduled later in the evening to work around HS Practices and matches. A CREDIT REQUEST FORM must be filled out and turned in within 7 days of the date(s) you are requesting in order for the credit to be reviewed and issued. This form is available at the Windward Lake Club proshop. Regardless of HP level: a non-refundable cost basis associated with tournament coaching applies to all credits. Only long-term injuries (defined as injuries longer than 2 months) will be considered for a full refund. ALL CREDITS ARE DETERMINED BY Derek Porter, Charles Byrd, and Henry Darko. If you receive a sibling discount, credits are considered on the discounted tuition first regardless of the child you are requesting a credit for and then on the non-discounted tuition if you are asking for a credit for both siblings for the same day. Credits will not be issued for school vacations, or any other kind of vacation. 5

6 Rainouts IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU SIGN UP TO RECEIVE TEXT AND MESSAGES IF WE CANCEL OUR PROGRAM DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER. Signup your phone number and/or your at to receive text and s. Please subscribe to either the Evening High Performance group, or Daytime high performance: Evening High Performance- Evening GaAdv, & Elite Daytime High Performance- 1:00-5:00 p.m. High Performance Groups -Mental and physical training will be done on rainy days. Regardless of rain, we will have an additional day of training: o The Second Monday of every month (September May) from 5-7 p.m. for all players in Ga Advanced, and Southern Select. o The Second Monday of every month (September May) from 7-9 p.m. for all players in Southern Elite. If we have had more rainouts than additional days we will schedule additional make-up days. June- July (see Summer Schedule). Withdrawal from the Program A Windward Academy WITHDRAWAL FORM must be completed to ensure that you are properly withdrawn from the program, and will be the ONLY acceptable means to withdraw. An , a phone call, telling the pro (regardless of what the pro says) will not be considered a withdrawal. Withdrawal forms can be obtained by ing This form must be received 30 days prior to the 1 st of month in which you wish to withdraw. For example: If you would like to withdraw as of March 1 st you would need to hand this form in by January 30 th. If this form is not received 30 days prior to the effective date your withdrawal request will be effective for the 1 st of the month after ( April 1 st), and you will be responsible for the cost of tuition through to that date. 6

7 High Performance Evening: Georgia Advanced Ranking: 100 (12 s-14 s) ~mandatory 3 day program~ HP Drill Days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 5:00-7:00 p.m. Georgia Advanced is the entry level High Performance program at Windward Tennis Academy. This 3-day program is designed to get to the juniors to Macon - the Ga State Qualifier. Young players come into the group with the basic tools for the game, but are now in need of how to use those tools to frame their early gamestyle. Basic advanced principles, such as using the "5 Court Keys" (hit thru the court, open up the court, use of spins to exploit the entire court, moving up in the court/net, and all while holding their own court) are reenforced. Offense, Building, Neutralizing and Defense - Shot ID is also taught using drills to improve recognition. The group will have 4 Tiers, or levels: 1) A 10's tier that will continue to play high State level Orange ball tourneys. 2) An 11's tier that will focus Green ball and game development 3) A 12's tier that will use Reg ball, combining the skills used from Green ball 4) A 14's tier that will also use Reg ball, but will focus on High Tempo and patterns Although the juniors will often be hitting together across the tiers, the overall game-plan is to have approximately 8 players per level, that will work on achieving their respective development. Coaches and kids will rotate between the levels, meaning that an 11's tier junior will hit with 12's and the 10's, depending on the skill-set being trained. Likewise, boys only, and girls only will be grouped together often to work on game development and pattern play they will see in tournament play. In general, the Fall will have more development of stroke sequences, whereas the Spring will have more accuracy and consistency themed drills, as more tournaments are usually held in the Spring. The Summer will combine drilling for all parts of the game and more live-ball point and set play to stay sharp for the Summer tournament schedule leading up to and after Macon. Juniors moving into Ga Advanced will need: 1) Basic game development without any major technical flaws or grip issues 2) To be willing to work very hard, display good character in drills & at tournaments, and ready to learn & experiment with new shots and strategies 3) To have a Ga ranking near or inside the top 32 (10's), top 150 (12's & 14's) 4) To commit to 3 days/ wk training, even during months w less than ideal weather 5) To maintain, if not increase, tournament participation within WW's trny schedule Juniors looking to move on to the next level will need: 1) Solid game development on all parts of the game 2) To be willing to continue to work hard, display good character and mentally and physically ready for the next challenge 3) To have a Ga ranking inside the top 50; a Southern ranking inside the top 200 4) Be going into High School the upcoming Fall and still within the ranking range 5) To still be committed to a 3+ day/wk schedule 6) To maintain, if not increase, the current level of tourney participation 7

8 Southern Select Ranking: Top 200 in South (12s) Top 300 in South (14s) ~mandatory 3 day program~ Southern Select Drill Days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 5:00-7:00 p.m. Southern Select is the next level in the High Performance program at Windward Tennis Academy. This 3-day program is designed to get the juniors competitive at the Southern Level - including both Southern Closed, Southern Level 2's and especially the Southern Lev 3's. Young players come into the group with the advanced tools for the game, but are now in need of how to aggressively use those tools to enhance their primary game-style, as well as develop a secondary style. Basic advanced principles, such as using the "5 Court Keys" (hit thru the court, open up the court, use of spins to exploit the entire court, moving up in the court/net, and all while holding their own court) are re-enforced, but with a strong emphasis on High-Tempo and Transition. Offense, Building, Neutralizing and Defense - Shot ID is also re-enforced. The group will have 4 Tiers or levels: 1) A lower 12's tier 2) A higher 12's tier 3) A lower 14's tier 4) A higher 14's tier Although the juniors will often be hitting together across the tiers, the overall game-plan is to have approximately 8 players per level, that will work on achieving their respective development. Coaches and kids will rotate between the levels, meaning that a lower 14's tier junior will hit with a lower or higher 12's tier, depending on the skill-set being trained. Likewise, boys only and girls only will be grouped together often to work on game development and pattern play they will see in tournament play. In general, the Fall will have more development of stroke sequences, whereas the Spring will have more accuracy and consistency themed drills. The Summer will combine drilling for all parts of the game and more live-ball point and set play to stay sharp for the Summer tournament schedule leading up to and after Macon and Southerns. Juniors moving into Sthn Select will need: 1) Advanced game development without any major technical flaws, or grip issues 2) To be willing to work very hard, display good character in drills & at tournaments, and ready to learn & experiment with new shots, and strategies 3) Ga ranking near or inside the top 50, a Sthn ranking inside the top 200 (12's) or top 30 (14's) 4) To maintain, if not increase, tournament participation within WW's trny schedule Juniors looking to move on to the next level will need: 1) Solid game development on all parts of the game 2) To continue to work hard, display good character and to be ready for the next challenge 3) To have a Ga ranking inside the top 10; a Sthn ranking inside the top 100 4) Be going into High School the upcoming Fall and still within the ranking range 5) To still be committed to a 3+ day/wk schedule 6) To maintain, if not increase, the current level of tourney participation 7) Gain clearance from their school for Early Release; find alternative schooling 8

9 Georgia High School Advanced Ranking: 150 (16 s, & 18 s) ~mandatory 3 day program~ HS Advanced Drill Days: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 7:00-9:00 p.m. 16 s & 18 s. Georgia High School Advanced is the mid-level High Performance program at Windward Tennis Academy. This new 3-day program is designed to get to the older juniors to Macon - the Ga State Qualifier. Older players come into the group with the all the tools of the game, but are now in need of weapon development, transition, and more aggressive serves & returns. Advanced principles, such as counter-strike, on-the-run patterns, serve-and-1st strike / return-and-1st strike are big for this group. The "5 Court Keys" (hit thru the court, open up the court, use of spins to exploit the entire court, moving up in the court/net, and all while holding their own court) continue to be re-enforced. Shot ID is also taught using drills to improve recognition. The group will have 2 Tiers or levels: 1. A Lower Tier that will continue to play high State level tourneys 2. A Higher Tier that will play more mid-level Southern tourneys Although the juniors will often be hitting together across the 2 tiers, the overall game-plan is to focus on hightempo and pattern play. During certain times of the year, the top junior or two will hit up with Sthn Elite as they begin to 'tween' into the higher Southern level. Likewise, boys only and girls only will be grouped together often to work on game development and pattern play as they will see in tournament play. In general, the Fall will have more development of stroke sequences, whereas the Spring will have more accuracy and consistency themed drills. The Summer will combine drilling for all parts of the game and more live-ball point and set play to stay sharp for the Summer tournament schedule leading up to and after Macon. Juniors moving into HS Advanced will need: 1. Basic game development without any major technical flaws or grip issues 2. To be willing to work very hard, display good character in drills & at tournaments, and ready to learn & experiment with new shots and strategies 3. To have a Ga ranking near or inside the top 150 (14's) -- or -- formerly at a Southern top 200 level in the (12's or 14's) -- or -- near or inside the top 150 (16's & 18's) 4. To commit to 3 days/ week training, even during months with less than ideal weather 5. To maintain, if not increase, tournament participation within WW's trny schedule Juniors looking to move on to the next level will need: 1. Solid game development on all parts of the game 2. To be willing to continue to work hard, display good character and mentally and physically be ready for the next challenge 3. To have a Ga ranking inside the top 50; Southern ranking inside the top To still be committed to a 3+ day/wk schedule 5. To maintain, if not increase, the current level of tourney participation 9

10 Southern Elite Ranking: Top 300 in South (16s & 18s) ~mandatory 3 day program~ Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Thursdays will be at Alpharetta High School 6:00-8:00 p.m. (Fall); 7:00-9:00 p.m. (Spring) Southern Elite is the next level in the High Performance program at Windward Tennis Academy. This 3-day program is designed to get the juniors competitive at the Southern Level - including both Southern Closed, Southern Level 2's and especially the Southern Lev 3's. These players come into the group with the advanced tools for the game, but are now in need of how to aggressively use those tools to exploit their primary game-style, as well as to continue to develop a secondary style. Advanced principles, such as using the "5 Court Keys" (hit thru the court, open up the court, use of spins to exploit the entire court, moving up in the court/net, and all while holding their own court) are re-enforce, but with a strong emphasis on High-Tempo and Transition. Offense, Building, Neutralizing and Defense - Shot ID, is also re-enforced using drills to improve recognition, and at times, penalize lack thereof. The group will have 2 Tiers or levels: 1. A Lower Tier that will continue to Sthrn level tourneys 2. A Higher Tier that will play more higher-level Sthrn tourneys Although the juniors will often be hitting together across the tiers, the overall game-plan is to have approximately 8 players per level, that will work on achieving their respective development. Coaches and kids will rotate between the levels, meaning that a lower 16's tier junior will hit with a lower or higher 18's tier, depending on the skill-set being trained. Likewise, boys only and girls only will be grouped together often to work on game development and pattern play as they will see in tournament play. In general, the Fall will have more development of stroke sequences, whereas the Spring will have more accuracy and consistency themed drills.. The Summer will combine drilling for all parts of the game and more live-ball point and set play to stay sharp for the Summer tournament schedule leading up to and after Macon and Southerns. Juniors moving into Sthn Elite will need: 1. Advanced game development without any major technical flaws or grip issues 2. To be willing to work very hard, display good character in drills & at tournaments, and ready to learn & experiment with new shots and strategies 3. To have a Ga ranking near or inside the top 50, a Sthn ranking inside the top 300 (16's or 18's) 4. To commit to 3+ days/ wk training, even during months w less than ideal weather 5. To maintain, if not increase, tournament participation within WW's trny schedule Juniors looking to move on to the next level will need: 1. Solid game development on all parts of the game 2. To be willing to continue to work hard, display good character and mentally and physically ready for the next challenge 3. To have a Ga ranking inside the top 10; a Sthn ranking inside the top Be going into High School the upcoming Fall and still within the ranking range 5. To still be committed to a 3+ day/wk schedule 6. To maintain, if not increase, the current level of tourney participation 7. Gain clearance from their school for Early Release; find alternative schooling 10

11 Balancing Tennis & Academics For Evening High Performance we strive to match if not exceed the junior s commitment towards tennis. We feel strongly in the consecutive days of tennis in our current schedule as well as the tournament schedule that we set out. If your child is having difficulties keeping up with the rigors of this schedule, maintaining his/her grades, and/or academic pursuits please work on their time management as it will only get tougher to manage as they get older. For many, college tennis will bring the same challenges, if not more, and the top 75 schools in college tennis are top academic schools, so we often say the next level does not get any easier. Now (especially for our high school players) is the time to get things done better and in less time. If you still feel that the rigors are too much see Academy Directors Charles Byrd, or Henry Darko regarding a group change. High Performance Daytime The goal of the Daytime group is to prepare juniors for the next level; Division 1 College, ITF's, or entry level professional events. It is our primary goal to get each "class" as strong as possible by help maintaining, and improving the strength of each recruiting class. The Daytime program demands a higher level of commitment in terms of time, resources, as well as National level tourney participation. High School tennis, other sports, and holidays need to be placed second to the tournament schedule as the set goals (development and ranking) cannot be reached without commitment on both ends. Also, the fees include tournament coaching, which are based off of the year and then divided equally throughout the year. In an effort to keep the monthly fees even, we ask that parents agree to a yearly commitment for the program. Several breaks (long weekends, holidays, etc.) are given throughout the year and are based off of national holidays as well as the tournament schedule. We will provide the upcoming Module's calendar (tournament, and drill schedule) in advance for everyone's planning purposes. Going forward - No credit requests will be granted for vacation, high school tennis practices, home matches (away matches only), or additional tournaments not on the list we provide. While we completely understand your right and responsibility to make decisions regarding your child and navigate through the tournament schedule, we respectfully ask that you agree to the full year's schedule that we have committed to attend for your child. Without this known understanding, planning would be impossible for either of us. We appreciate your understanding on this matter. 11

12 High Performance Daytime Acceptance Criteria Due to a strong sectional & national tourney schedule, ranking criteria into the Daytime Performance groups will be consistent with tournaments we are traveling to. It is the goal for the majority, if not all of the group to be attending these national events. They are the next level - period. Especially for our 16's & 18's, these levels of tourneys are crucial to Tennis Recruiting for college. Players from the Daytime Performance Group have gone on to play at several of the top D-1 schools, including SEC powerhouses: the University of Georgia, the University of Alabama & and the University of Florida. Other former players have received All-American Honors as well as All- Conference and played in the NCAA tourney. Still others have played at top D-2 and D-3 schools and played deep into NCAA' at some of the top academic institutions across the country. It is our goal to keep this good track record going and improve the strength of each class as each one progresses to their 'Next Level'. Acceptance Criteria 100 in south in 12s 100 in south in 14s Select Performance Group (12s & 14s) Schedule Monday - Friday 1:00-5:00 p.m. - Tennis Training & Conditioning Students in SPG are strong State and Southern players. Some will be competing at National 12s and 14s events. Their basic form should be good, if not this will be addressed immediately. Technique will be refined to allow students to play at any level. A strong focus of this group will be a student s game style and weapon development. All students are expected to be very committed. Tactical and mental development will be done on and off the court, and reinforced at tournaments. Acceptance Criteria 150 in south in 16s or 18s Elite Performance Group (16s & 18s) Schedule Monday - Friday 1:30-5:30 p.m. Tennis Training & Conditioning Students are strong Southern and National players, even competing in Super Nationals in some cases. The player s game style will be further developed, refining the strengths and eliminating weaknesses. Technical development should be strong, and will be corrected if it is not at the level required for this group. Students will learn how to manage their game style against all opponents on all surfaces. 12

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