ACADEMY

THE ACADEMY : HIGH PERFORMANCE JUNIOR PROGRAM

Club de Tennis Ile des Soeurs’ Academy is one of the most renowned training centers in Canada. The Academy is directed and led by highly qualified and experienced coaches and brings together passionate young athletes who dream of becoming the next tennis stars of their country. This long development process aims not only to create high-level athletes, but mostly to develop autonomous, responsible, committed and disciplined young adults. All our programs are based on Tennis Canada's athlete development plan. Admission by selection only.

The Futures Stars 1 group is made up of athletes aged 6-7 years old, who stand out for their motor skills, competitive spirit and tennis skills. The kids have to also show a great interest for playing and moving. The group trains twice a week for a total of 3 hours.
For more information, please contact Xavier Mignault at xmignault@tennis-ids.com

The Futures-Stars 2 group is made up of athletes aged 7-8 years old, who stand out for their technical and tactical skills. These tennis skills will be further developed. Players have to show interest in tennis and have fun playing. The group trains twice a week and participates in the Sunday league, for a total of 4.5 hours of supervised tennis per week.
For more information, please contact Xavier Mignault at xmignault@tennis-ids.com

The athletes in the Espoir group have already played a few tournaments. The athletes usually excel in tennis and in many other sports thanks to their physical skills. They are self-motivated and love playing. The group trains twice a week and participates in the Sunday league, for a total of 4.5 hours of supervised tennis per week.
For more information, please contact Xavier Mignault at xmignault@tennis-ids.com

The athletes in the Relève group take part in about ten tournaments per year. The athletes show a real passion for tennis. The group trains twice a week and participates in the Sunday league, for a total of 5.5 hours of supervised tennis per week. The kids also play more and more with their parents and/or friends outside of the program's time slots.
For more information, please contact Christine Picher at cpicher@tennis-ids.com

For the young athletes, tennis is now a passion and a commitment. The Development group is a preparation for the Sports study program. Athletes now participate in a dozen tournaments per year. The group trains 3 times a week and attends the Sunday league, for a total of 7.5 hours of supervised tennis per week. The kids perfect their game by taking private lessons and playing with family members and friends outside of program hours.
For more information, please contact Jack Cinciripini at jcinciripini@tennis-ids.com

Athletes of the Sports study program must be in one of the high schools recognized by the Ministère de l'Éducation du Loisir et du Sport du Québec. Tennis is an integral part of their lifestyle. Athletes train at the Club 5 days a week in addition to participating in a dozen tournaments a year. During their time in the program, they go through the most important period of their development: adolescence. We work with them closely to help them blossom and grow into young adults, developing qualities such as perseverance, resilience, respect, sportsmanship, the desire to push their limits.

For athletes in secondary 3, 4 and 5 part of the international profile at an online school, we offer the T.E.A.M. (Tennis-Études Avant-Midi) program, to increase the amount of training hours. These athletes train and study in the morning, on top of participating in the afternoon training sessions. This program offers great flexibility to athletes and allows them to travel and participate in ITF tournaments.
For more information, please contact Christine Picher at cpicher@tennis-ids.com