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VHS July Summer Camp -  Register now!

Attention All Athletes!
We are offering additional week of camp from July 26-29 from 8:00-11:30 for those entering grades 1-8. This week is for those who would like to send their kids to a second week of camp or for those who couldn’t make it to our current camp.

Please find more information and register here:

Come out to our VOORHEES TENNIS CAMP and improve your tennis skills by participating in our Co-ed Summer Tennis Camp. Campers will participate in drills, matches, games, and discussions facilitated by the Voorhees High School tennis coaches. We ensure that all participants will improve their individual skill sets, confidence, and overall tennis comprehension throughout the week!

Head Voorhees Tennis Coach: Mitchell Collins
[email protected]

JV Coach: Jeff Franz

The cost is $130 per camper and t-shirts will be included.

Grades Entering 1-8
VHS Courts
July 26-29, 2021
8:00 A.M.—11:30 A.M.


Our June Camp is filled however we are running a July camp and offering clinics, private lessons and small group lessons.  Please scroll down for more information or contact the program director directly with any questions.

Program Director:
Heather Baird Loya [email protected]

VHS July Summer Camp
Click link below to find out about the VHS Summer Co-Ed Tennis Camp running 7/5-7/8



April – August

We will be helping facilitate private lessons for family and friends partnering with Collins’ Competitive Edge LLC run by Mitch Collins.  Lessons are running through April and May, currently on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  We will have additional availability to schedule during the summer months.

Voorhees High School Tennis Courts
256 County Road 513
Glen Gardner, NJ 08826

Lesson prices:

Starting at $55 / hour for one player

Group lessons:

$70 / hour for 2 players ($35 a person)

$90/ hour for 3 players ($30 per person)


To schedule please contact Program Director Heather Baird Loya at [email protected]

*Due to covid related precautions we will not be running our traditional spring clinic. 


Collins’ Competitive Edge LLC will be offering clinics for interested athletes ages 6-14.  These clinics will be two hours sessions that occur from 9:00-11:00 a.m. on select Sunday mornings.  The purpose of these clinics are to allow players to develop their tennis skills in small groups and allow the coaches to put players in competitive situations with peers with similar abilities.  Payment for clinics will be collected the day of in case of weather cancellations.  These clinics are $40 per player and the dates they will run are:

Sunday, May 23

Sunday, June 13

Sunday, June 27

Sunday, July 11

Sunday, July 25

Sunday, August 15

**All families interested in these clinics should email Mitch Collins ([email protected] )
For additional questions please contact Program Director, Heather Baird Loya ([email protected])



Welcome to Tiger Tennis

We hope you will enjoy your experience with the Tiger Tennis program and the many benefits is has to offer. Our program provides participants with the opportunity to learn the game of tennis and practice the skills needed to be able to rally and ultimately play a match. Our focus is on creating an environment where the children have fun, learn the game, improve their skills and build self-confidence on the court.

About Tiger Tennis (2nd - 8th Grades)

Tiger Tennis was started in 2011 by parents that wanted to offer a recreation tennis program for elementary and grade school children in Tewksbury. The clinic is often "sold out" as we can accommodate only so many children on the 5 courts we have access to at Voorhees High School. 

Like most sports, tennis can be incredibly rewarding, however, for many children, it can also be a frustrating sport due to the level of skill needed to hit the ball, get it over the net and into the court.  As a result, the Tiger Tennis program focuses on having fun first while building the skills needed over time.  So our younger "Tiger Cubs" will focus on fun skill building drills and games and as they grow and develop, they will become more involved with playing real tennis, through both singles and doubles match play activities.  Of course we encourage fun in all of our grades and hope that your kids enjoy this fantastic sport!!          

Tiger Cubs (grades 2 - 5)
Focus on fun drills and games designed to motivate and develop skills at an early age   At this age, it's less important that the kids have perfect tennis strokes 
Learning and developing tennis skills at this age occurs mostly through repetition and trying new things 
Older grades will begin to transition from skill building to skill mastery and more consistent play     

Tigers (grades 6 - 8)
Learn how to keep score
Begin to learn how to play "real" games
Continued focus on skill and technique mastery with winning points established as the goal
Create a solid tennis foundation by 8th grade so the kids are ready for High School tennis
For children who know they want to play tennis in high school, we encourage them to participate in tennis camps and/or receive lessons at a local club