Exclusive Tennis Camp in Switzerland
Small Class Sizes
15 sessions per week
2 week course
Academic excellence & Expert Teachers.
Staff on-site 24/7.
Make friends from around the world.
Certificate of Attendance
2-week Intensive Tennis Courses.
Players are divided into three general categories - Club, Competition and Green. We begin each session with an assessment of each player based on ability, age and their personal goals. For 3-hours each weekday morning, we set out to challenge each player so that we maximise individual potential. So during the two-week session players may move between categories as they make progress.
Club – (age 10-17 years) is designed for beginner and intermediate levels, focusing on developing core tennis technique and tactical skills, fitness, match play and a love for the game.
Competition – (age 10-17 years) is designed for advanced players who are competing in tournaments in their home country. The program is challenging with high-intensity tennis as well as physical conditioning training and mental strength. A highlight is competitive match-play with some of Switzerland’s top junior players!
Green – (age 7-9 years) is based on the award-winning Kids Tennis High School programme by Swiss Tennis, of which Christine Suard is a national representative. Using an adapted court, balls and materials, campers learn to play tennis through a fun, motivating and team-oriented programme.
We have helped students from 67 countries achieve their academic goals
Flexible payment options
Student centred learning
Great schools in fantastic locations
Fully Inclusive: No hidden or extra costs
Accommodation, Excursions & Activities
Campers stay at the Village owned and managed Swiss Alpine Centre. The centre has spacious, mainly en-suite bedrooms for 3-4 campers as well as lounges and recreational areas and impressive dining facilities.
The campus is well situated just above the main village and close to its excellent sport and leisure facilities. There are exciting excursions to Geneva, the lakeside town of Lausanne, a chocolate factory and the Water-Park in nearby Aigle.
In the afternoons and evenings, campers enjoy an exciting range of activities. Highlights are archery, tennis, hikes, mountain-climbing and beach volleyball in the afternoons and fun team competitions, International Cuisine Night, Talent Show and the Final Night Farewell Disco in the evenings.
Example daily activities
Arts & crafts
Make your own video
English cooking class
Our activities typically run from 3.30pm - 5.30pm Monday - Friday. Exact activities available is subject to change depending on group size and date of visit.
As part of our fully inclusive packages we include 3 meals a day for students.
Meals change depending on the time of year and seasonability of some local produce but are always healthy and balanced using the best local ingredients.
Our menu can be specifically tailored for groups and we can accommodate all special food requests.