Summer Tennis League BLUE DIVISION

Summer Tennis League Blue Division

The SCJTL Summer Tennis League Blue Division is a recreational competition program for teens new and experienced in tennis. It is a great way for teens ages 13 to 18 to get exercise, make new friends, find practice partners, and learn and improve their tennis skills.

Registration is TO OPEN APRIL 2020!


Grades 9-12 - Varsity Level
Tuesdays and Thursdays
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Starts July 7 thru August 13, 2020.

2020 Program Dates

7/7, 7/9, 7/14, 7/16, 7/21, 7/23, 7/28, 7/30, 8/4, 8/6, 8/11, 8/13*


Program Locations*

Northport HS, Commack HS, Hauppauge MS, Comsewogue HS, tennis courts.

Program Prices

6 Weeks: $195

Flexible registration for 5 weeks or less. You choose the dates.

5 weeks = $180.00
4 weeks = $170.00
3 weeks = $160.00
2 weeks = $125.00
1 week = $75.00
Try-It-Out = $60*

Registration price is for entire time and includes:

  • One SCJTL Team Shirt included in registration.
  • One SCJTL program commemorative medal registered player.

*Try-It-Out available after program starts. Does not include shirt/medal.

Registration continues throughout the program!


Last minute registrations are accepted.
Register online and go your site ready to play.
Want to pay at the site? Enroll online and don’t pay online, instead bring payment in cash or check made to SCJTL and hand it to the Site Director when you arrive.

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Please contact us at:
SCJTL Programs: 631-590-5019


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Ages 13 to 18, New, intermediate, varsity, and tournament level players, 2-hour sessions, Tuesdays and Thursdays, up to 6 weeks.

Recreational Competition program for teens new and experienced in tennis.
Great way to learn tennis, practice and improve skills, get exercise, make new friends find practice partners.
Live ball format with peers offers the experiences of actually "playing" tennis, ideal for preparing players for competition experience while developing an enjoyment for tennis.
Many Blue Division players play on or are preparing to tryout for varsity tennis teams.

Varsity Division.

School Varsity tennis,  USTA level 3 and 2 players.
Ideal for players may have played tournament level matches.
players work on competition and tactical skills with their peers on 78' full size tennis courts and yellow (regular) tennis balls.
New players in this age group are welcome!

  • Kids ages 13 thru 18 learn and improve tennis skills using the USTA Top Ten games and rally progressions. Volley and Serve/Return skills emphasized

  • Players learn tactics by playing games including singles and doubles.

  • Rules of tennis and how to practice with others included in every training theme..

  • Training format develop and supervised by 2 USTA National Coaches and Specialist in Competitive Player Development.

Summer Tennis League session includes:

Agility-Balance-Coordination skill development.
Live-ball all court hitting warm-up.
Tennis training theme of the day.
Tennis skills progressions
Skills games - Junior Team Tennis
Court & Site tournaments.
Ladder match play.
USTA Top 10 Games
SCJTL Challenge Day Prep

Blue Division Format

Players work on match play skills and experience by playing challenge matches and games against members of school tennis teams from all over Suffolk  County.

Activities are age and skill level specific.

  • 2 skill groups:
    - Blue: teens new to advanced beginners
    - Advanced Blue: intermediate to advanced skil/experience.
    - Yellow Ball / 78 ft. court.

  • Includes:

    • Tactical games

    • Singles and doubles.

    • Site Ladder matches

    • Site Team Matches.

    • Challenge Day Team Tournament Prep.

  • Activities include tennis skill building team drills and Game Based tactical skill building games including: USTA nationally recognized Top 10 Games.
  • Blue Division player development instructional units combined with drills and match topics covered weekly play offer junior tennis players the opportunity to improve their game. 

  • SCJTL site ladder match play standings posted weekly.

  • Site staff is made up of experienced school tennis and tournament experienced players trained to help players improve their skills.

Please note:
Players are grouped according to experience and skill level evaluated by Site Director.
Friends can play in the same groups together, regardless of experience, managed by the Site Director!

Additional Benefits for Blue Division Players:

Summer Tennis League Blue Division players are eligible for Performance |Competition Training program discount: $20 off multi-session package.
Learn more about the SCJTL Performance |Competition Training Program.

Additional Benefits for Blue Division Players:

For players looking to develop and train in addition to the Summer Tennis League, Blue Division players are eligible* for Performance | Competition Training program discount: $20 off multi-session package.
*Players must regsiter for the STL first before regsitering for PCTraining..
Learn more about the SCJTL Performance |Competition Training Program.

SCJTL Employment:

Summer Tennis League (STL) Blue Division players (15+older) regsitered for and attending the full 6-week program, are eligible* for employment positions as Site Assistants ($13/hr.) in SCJTL Green and Red Divisions on Mondays and Wednesdays.
* Positions are limited. Players must regsiter for the STL first before contacting SCJTL.
SCJTL Employment
Learn more about joining the SCJTL Staff Team.

STL Blue Division Locations: (to be updated for 2020)

SCJTL Challenge Day!

Program culminating event for players whose registration includes Challenge Day.

Challenge Day is a Team Tournament event for Summer Tennis League Blue Division players. Everyone plays!
Players will experience team competition for Challenge medals and Challenge Site Cup points against all other SCJTL Summer Tennis League sites.

Challenge Competition medals for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
Players will receive their SCJTL program medal at the end of the Challenge and meet receive SCJTL program and Challenge Day medals are distributed after the games.

How to Register

Register By Mail

  1. Download Form
  2. Complete
  3. Mail

Register Online

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  2. Enroll
  3. Register