Outreach Programs

Cultivating Connections:
Bridging Communities Through Participation

Since 2016, the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis CENTRE School Tennis Program has introduced over 60,000 Calgary students to the sport of tennis.

In the 2019-2020 season, the Canadian Western Bank School Tennis Programme proudly introduced 14,421 Calgary students to the sport. Alongside this initiative, we offer a wide-range of community outreach programs, including options for autism and wheelchair users, as well as specialized programs catering to indigenous and girls’ participation. Our commitment extends further with community association programs, ensuring tennis is accessible to all.

For more information about our school program, please contact our Head of Junior Development, Suzana Cavalcante at scavalcante@albertatennisCentre.ca.

School Program

Elevate your school’s physical education curriculum by partnering with us to introduce your students to a sport they may not otherwise have access to! Here’s why schools should choose us:

  • We foster developmentally appropriate learning activities in an inclusive environment.
  • Our programs support the delivery of high-quality physical education.
  • Accessible and affordable, our offerings expand the physical education curriculum.
  • Our equipment caters to a wide range of grade levels, from Grades 1 to 12.

Our team of Tennis Professionals at the OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis CENTRE is dedicated to supporting physical educators in bringing tennis to their students. The OSTEN & VICTOR Alberta Tennis CENTRE School Tennis Program:

  • Aligns with Provincial physical education learning outcomes.
  • Enhances physical literacy by focusing on fundamental movement skills essential to tennis.
  • Provides adaptable teaching methods to accommodate diverse learning contexts and student needs.
  • Offers flexibility to suit both large and small groups.

We believe that active children are happier and more well-rounded. By participating in School Tennis Program, students will:

  • Discover a lifelong sport they can enjoy for years to come.
  • Engage in meaningful physical activity, developing fundamental movement skills.
  • Cultivate cooperation and team-building skills through interactive sessions.
  • Experience the joy of learning new skills that promote a healthy, active lifestyle.

For more information about our school program, please contact our Head of Junior Development, Suzana Cavalcante at scavalcante@albertatennisCentre.ca.