A.C.E. and its STEM component is designed to improve kids’ attitudes and behaviors around math, literacy and school climate, ACE is an out-of-school academic curriculum connected to the Common Core State and National Educational Standards and the sport of tennis. Activities encourage academic achievement, health and wellness and social and emotional skills. When combined with a tennis program, it provides children with important Developmental Assets.™
Click here to download the A.C.E. flyer. 
A.C.E. Benefits:
  • Provides an engaging multicultural approach that addresses the achievement gap.
  • Promotes social/emotional skills, health/wellness, and family involvement.
  • Teaches problem-solving strategies on and off the tennis court.
  • Includes fun and relevant learning activities.
  • Includes pre and post surveys to measure impact.

To order an A.C.E. Manual click here

Each NJTL Chapter has free access to the NJTL Life Skills Curriculum that utilizes tennis to empower youth with the skills, values and experiences they need to become responsible and successful citizens. Children participate in progressive activities with an opportunity to earn a certificate at each level.

Click here to download a free copy of the NJTL Life Skills Curriculum.
We invite your NJTL youth to express their thoughts on the impact of tennis and education in their lives.
The NJTL Essay Contest National Winners are invited to New York City for Arthur Ashe Kids Day, a celebration of tennis in an interactive carnival setting at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Click here to view the National Essay Contest homepage.
Each year the USTA Foundation offers scholarships to deserving high school seniors. Criteria for earning a scholarship includes:
  • Demonstrating academic achievement
  • Performing community/volunteer service
  • Participating in an organized youth tennis program (NJTL preferred)
  • Demonstrating financial need

The deadline for submission of scholarship applications is annually in March, with winners notified no late than June of the same year.

Click here for more information about scholarships.