Niagara Academy of Sports is a many-faceted organization that offers a wide variety of services.
TOURNAMENTS: Weekend Tournaments sanctioned by the OTA, throughout the year.
ACADEMY PROGRAM: 10-month holistic program that includes the technical, tactical, mental, physical, and competitive aspects of the game, delivered in conjunction with academic program.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
COMPETITIVE STREAM PROGRAM: 1 ½ hours of instruction using the holistic approach that includes the technical, tactical, mental, physical, and competitive aspects of the game.
PROGRESSIVE OR COLOURED BALL PROGRAM: Green Ball, Orange Ball and Red Ball Programs played on modified court-sizes with modified equipment for ages 10 and under.
ADULT PROGRAMS: Pay as You Play, court packages, prepaid permanent court times
PICKLEBALL: Adult league delivered by Karen Golob as part of the Twenty Valley Pickleball League
MARCH BREAK CAMP is a high performance week-long camp. Players can choose either a full-day or half-day program that includes fitness training. Boarding is available with host families.
COMPETITIVE STREAM PROGRAM: for local and international players, includes tennis camp, home stay, excursions
PROGRESSIVE or GREEN, RED AND ORANGE BALL PROGRAM: for ages 10 and under, using modified court size and equipment.
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMP: offers tennis lessons for varying levels, along with round robin tournaments, BBQ’s, fitness excursions, English as a Second Language classes (optional) and home stay.
MULTI-SPORT CAMP: offers tennis, golf, soccer, swimming and rowing opportunities, along with English as a Second Language classes, weekly excursions and home stay opportunities.
ESL (ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE CAMP: for students wanting to learn or improve their English, 2 hours of English classes per day, along with sports and fitness training, excursions and the opportunity to stay with an English-speaking family.
HOME STAY PROGRAM: for Academy students and summer campers living outside the Niagara Region
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: available for students who meet the criteria, on first come, first serve basis