Summer Tennis Camp information and guidelines

9 a.m. daily to noon on half days, and to 3:45 p.m. for full-day campers

Drop-off information

  • Regular drop off is at the LJCC Soccer Field/Tennis Court entrance beginning at 8:45 a.m. (no earlier, please). Camp staff will check your child in.
  • Early drop off (+$25): Before 8:45 a.m. at the NE Miles Day School Gym. Before care is 7-9 a.m. and aftercare is 3:45-5:45 p.m. Before-care campers will then be escorted by camp staff to the tennis courts.
  • If it’s raining, tennis campers can be dropped off at the NE Miles Day School Gym entrance.

Pick-up information

  • Half-day campers: tennis courts at noon (NEMJDS gym if raining)
  • Full-day campers: NE Miles Day School Gym
  • Staffers will take aftercare students to Camp LJCC aftercare

Health screening

  • Do not send a child to tennis camp who has a fever or is not feeling well.
  • If a child develops a fever or becomes ill during camp, we will quarantine that child until a parent is available for pick-up.
  • Ill campers must be temperature-free for 24 hours before being allowed to attend tennis camp.

What to bring

  • Tennis racket (we’ll have a few extra, but let us know so we can reserve).
  • Water bottle (we will have water fountain to refill)
  • Tennis shoes only (no Crocs, sandals, flip flops, cleats, etc.)
  • Sunscreen (apply sunscreen before camp, and then your child can reapply during camp as needed)
  • A head cover is recommended
  • Backpack (for all their stuff)
  • Packed lunch (for full-day campers), or make arrangement for a purchased lunch
  • Bathing suit and towel (full-day campers will swim), plus a large sealable bag for wet swim gear

Tips and suggestions

  • Help pack your child’s backpack to make sure it’s got all the necessary stuff.
  • Write your child’s name in permanent marker on everything they bring. 
  • If your child brings lunch, make sure to pack any necessary utensils.
  • Let us know if you child is involved with swim team and we’ll make the proper arrangements.


  • Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen! SPF chapstick and proper head cover are also beneficial.
  • Inform us about any health issues that we need to know about (allergies, fear of water, etc.). 
  • Don’t let your child have dairy products before camp, as dairy can get sour in the stomach when it gets hot.
  • If your child has medication that must be taken during camp, please fill out and submit the previously distributed medication form.