SPORTSMEN’S TENNIS & ENRICHMENT CENTER builds leaders on the court, in the classroom and in the greater community by providing academic, wellness and social development programs alongside recreational and competitive tennis instruction for youth and adults. Sportsmen’s is committed to improving life opportunities for youth in Boston’s Blue Hill Corridor while welcoming a diverse community from the Greater Boston area.
Lives change through a non-profit tennis club in Boston, the Sportsmen's Tennis and Enrichment Center, located in the Dorchester district of the city. Tennis coaches and academic coaches work with kids to develop super-stars on and off the court.
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Only African american found Tennis club in Boston. Welcoming kids from all different ethnic backgrounds to enjoy and learn Tennis.
I picked up my daughter from this tennis program for the first time today and I'm really glad I did. What I was expecting was just kids playing tennis however I was surprised to discover this is much much more than I had expected. Coach Frank is not just a Tennis Coach. He is a motivational speaker with an entrepreneur mindset and a superb mentor to the kid's he coaches and an amazing human being. I felt as though I was intruding when I came down to the court area but Coach Frank made me apart of the experience which was so cool. He even had a prominent guest speaker in the ambulatory industry! All the staff is phenomenal and really care about the kids as if they're their own, even the receptionist, it's amazing. I am so glad my daughter is participating in this program, I'm confident she's going to be better person just because of this program. If you're on the fence about signing up your child for this program don't wait, you won't regret it. If I could give 10 stars I would without question. Thank you Coach Frank and all the amazing staff at Sportsmen's Tennis for the incredible work you do!
My son attends the after school program here, and he loves it. I love it too, the caring staff, the nice facilities (I know it doesn't look impressive at the parking lot or front door, but don't let that discourage you), and a very well run program. My son is picked up every day from school and taken to the tennis club, he does his homework (with support if needed) eats a snack, and plays tennis (indoor and outdoor). They also have board games, books, movies on Fridays) and have guest lecturers sometimes. There are computers where kids can play educational and fun computer games, and in addition, they have a free gym for parents so they can work out before picking up their kid! I am so impressed with this place, and are trying to attend more things here with my children on the weekends.
The tennis coaches are world class. The lessons and practices are catered to my needs and do not feel like we're mindlessly drilling. The teams are so much fun. The members are kind and the environment is always jovial and friendly. They do it all here and I stand behind their mission. I always enjoy my time here.
This place is free to the community. As in free gym and free use of the tennis court, etc. They also have other events onsite where the community is educated on certain subjects and allowed to participate in a discussion. In my opinion, this place should get nothing less than 5 stars because it's free. How can anything free be rated less than perfect?