PennSuburban Community Tennis Association


Questions And Answers

Do I need to bring our own equipment?

Equipment will be supplied by PSCTA however, if you have the appropriate equipment, we recommend using it.  Information regarding equipment for 10 and Under can be found on page 5 of the 10 and Under Parents Guide Full.pdf document. 

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How do I know if my class is cancelled?

Township programs will post cancellations on their site.
In addition, check our Home page on our PSCTA website for cancellations.

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How do I get my child into Tournament Training?

 The Junior Team Tennis league provides training for tournaments.  Information regarding the JTT league is available on our website under Leagues/Junior Team.

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Who do I contact if I can not attend the session?

 Notify PSCTA as quickly as possibly by sending an email to 

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What to Bring to Camp?

 The following items are to be brought to camp and taken home daily. All items should
be marked with your child's name.
  • Tennis racquet (some available for use)
  • Hat with a visor (or sunglasses)
  • Sunscreen (apply before arrival and bring for reapplication during day)
  • Water jug (filled with water and ice)
  • Healthy snack(s)
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Extra top
  • Small towel
    Students are expected to keep track of all personal items.
    PSCTA will not be responsible for any students’ personal items, including cash, brought
    to camp.

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What should I wear?

 All children should wear appropriate sports or tennis attire (dri-fit shirts and shorts or
skirts are best).

Clean T-shirts (no inappropriate language or art) and collared shirts are also acceptable
along with athletic shorts (with pockets).

Sneakers (with non-marking soles) are the only acceptable footwear on tennis courts.

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How many weeks of camp should I register my child for?

 In order to really get to experience the sport and begin to learn it, we recommend
registering for at least 2 or 3 weeks of summer camp (which don't necessarily have to
be sequential, if your summer plans don't allow for that).

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How many children do you have in each session?

 We have a player to coach maximum ratio of 6:1 (however, minimum is 3 or 4:1). The
class sizes are limited due to the courts availability (which varies by location).

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What other activities are offered besides tennis?

 Children can participate in any of our special events like Tennis Play Days or Tennis
Festivals. Also, players can sign up for a Junior Team Tennis League.

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Arrival and Departure?

 For Summer camp, players should arrive 15 minutes early on Mondays, for check-
in, and be prepared to start on time every other day. Pick up is at the courts (promptly at
end of class).

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What happens if it rains?

 We have designated rain days for makeup usually the week after the Spring sessions.
For Summer, players can make up rain days within next week of following camp session.

If Summer camp is cancelled, you will receive an email or call or text message on the morning or evening of camp.

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What If my child has to miss a day(s) of camp?

 There are no reimbursements for missed days of camp. When advance notice of
absence is given, make-ups will be offered in weeks where space is available. There
are no make-ups for no-shows and no carry-overs into the next season.

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What is the refund policy?

 If your child cannot attend camp during the week in which he/she is registered and
PSCTA is notified (in writing, by email) no less than two weeks before the camp week
begins, the amount paid will become a camp credit for another session in 2013 or
2014. There will be NO REFUNDS for any reason.

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Can I stay with my child on the court?

 Parents are not permitted on the courts during camp. In order to have a positive camp
experience, it is important that your child take direction from our instructors and work in
a group environment. This can only be achieved if parents are not present on the court.
Parents are welcome to stay.

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Other questions?

 Please feel free to contact if you have any other questions.

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