JTCC April News

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Bon Voyage Les Champions

Dear JTCC Family, We are delighted to announce that a very special exhibition match will be taking at 4 pm on Friday April 20 at JTCC between Frances Tiafoe and Andrew Fenty. You are all more than welcome to come along and watch what promises to be a very entertaining encounter. You're also encouraged to ...

Stress & Energy Management

Stress is extremely present in competition, before learning to deal or resolve your stressors, it is important to understand what factors may cause stress. -       Competitive stressors: those that are associated with competitive performance (performance expectations) -       Organization stressors: those that are directed with sport organizations (sport relationships, interpersonal demands) -       Personal stressors: those that are directly with ...

Brad Snyder at JTCC on 4.11

Dear JTCC Family, We are delighted to extend an invitation to all of you to listen to a very special guest speaker at JTCC next week. Details: Speaker – Brad Snyder (Multiple Paralympic Gold Medalist and 2017 JTCC Gala Honoree) Date – Wednesday April 11 Time – 5 pm Venue – JTCC Study Hall (The modular building ...

JTCC School Celebrates Pi Day

On Wednesday, March 14 (aka 3/14), students, teachers and coaches gathered in the JTCC School for our annual celebration of Pi Day.  For several hours, we enjoyed food, math and more. This year, our pie-tasting contest was more fruitful than ever before – families and staff members dedicated 20 different pies!  The consensus winner, and ...

JTCC Earns 2nd Program of the Year Award

  JTCC Students and Alumni Shine JTCC earned an unprecedented second Team USA Developmental Program of the Year Award from the United States Tennis Association (USTA) after being named the first recipient of the award in 2013. The ceremony took place on Sunday during the prestigious junior Easter Bowl competition at the Indian Wells Tennis ...

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