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USTA Net Generation

Net Generation is the USTA youth platform that promotes early entry in the sport of tennis. Easy to learn and tailored for all ages and abilities, tennis offers kids a game that will help them stay active, build friendships, and develop life skills.

Click here to register as a Net Generation provider and receive all the benefits outlined online.

Click here to follow the How to Register Guide Step-by-Step

Click here to sign the School Partnership Program Agreement Form with the USTA and Mid-Columbia Tennis Association. Sign and email to MCTA.

 

 

 

 

Learn More

https://netgeneration.usta.com/

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School Partnership Programs

 

Net Generation Schools 

  • Mid-Columbia Partnership K-12, Kennewick

  • Cascade Elementary K-5, Kennewick

  • Fuerza Elementary K-5, Kennewick

  • Mesa Elementary K-5, Mesa

  • Ki-BE High School, Benton City

FREE RESOURCES, CURRICULUM, & EQUIPMENT

Click here to follow the How to Register Guide Step-by-Step

Step 1:

Register with Net Generation (Step 1, Using Registration Guide) by selecting the appropriate provider type (PE School Teacher, High School Coach, Parent/Volunteer) will become eligible providers for School or Community Programs.

Step 2:

For access to free equipment complete (Step 2, Using Registration Guide) and select "Programs" to align the provider type (PE/School Teacher, Middle/High School Coach, Parent/Volunteer) with the corresponding School or Community Program type. For example:

  • School Program types include providers such as PE/School Teachers or Middle/High School Coaches.

  • Schools may sign the School Partnership Program agreement form, which sets out the terms and conditions which apply to the delivery of USTA’s Net Generation Programs at the School.

  • Community Program types include Parents/Volunteers, After-School/Out-of-School Programs (i.e. Boys and Girls Clubs), or Community Tennis Associations.

Click here to sign the School Partnership Program Agreement Form with the USTA and Mid-Columbia Tennis Association.

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