Week 11: Aug 9 - 13
@ McAuliffe International School
Spots available for All Levels! Join the Fun!
Bonus Week of Summer Camp!
Half Day or Full Day
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Full)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Half AM)
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Half PM)
$199 - Half Day
$389 - Full Day
Ages 6-10 years
Half Day AM
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Half Day PM
Monday - Friday
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
10 Week Location Schedule
@ MSU Denver
1390 Shoshone Street
Denver, CO 80204
Week 1: June 1 - 4*
*NO CAMP MONDAY due to Memorial Day
Week 2: June 7 - 11
Week 3: June 14 - 18
Week 4: June 21 - 25
655 S Monaco Pkwy,
Denver, CO 80224
Week 5: June 28 - July 2
Week 6: July 5 - 9
Week 7: July 12 -16
McAuliffe International School
2540 Holly St,
Denver, CO 80207
Week 8: July 19 - 23
Week 9: July 26 - 30
Week 10: August 2 - 6
Week 11: Aug 9 - 13
COVID Safety Measures
We will be continuing to take everyone's safety seriously and will be following USTA and CDC guidelines and precautions, including the following:
Players must STAY HOME if they are exhibiting symptoms of the coronavirus (mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough and difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by the CDC), or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the 14 days leading up to camp. 100% refunds or credits will be given to any players who can not attend camp due to illness.
We will be limiting the number of campers so that we can maintain distance between players.
Masks are optional while out on the courts.
We will continue to update these safety measures as guidelines evolve over the coming months. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to playing tennis with you soon!
Why choose HAT Summer Camp?
FUN, FUN, FUN!
Imagine a car ride home from camp where your child is excited about what they just learned and can't wait to share it. That's HAT!
INT'L COACHING TEAM
Inspirational, international, charismatic, coaches who care about your childs wellbeing and are experts in fun. That's HAT!
Traffic stinks! That's why we offer summer camp at multiple convenient locations throughout Denver.
About the Camps
Let the fun begin! Kids will have a great time with our awesome, knowledgeable coaches who are experts in FUN! At the core of the fun program is a plan for each day designed to improve your child’s skill development and overall self confidence. Kids will learn proper tennis fundamentals in a supportive, team setting. Through fun games and drills, they will learn to cooperate with others and what it takes to be a great teammate. Students will be given an intro to point play, begin to learn scoring and the basic fundamentals that will be needed long term in match play, and so much more! Ready to join the HAT Team?
Which Camp is the Best Fit for Your Child?
Ready for more tennis? To join the intermediate and advanced camps, students need to be able to rally, serve, and keep score. Highlights of these camps include: FUN, new friends, competitive drills, point play, strategy development, match play, tactical development, mental skills, goal setting, tournament advisement, fitness, injury prevention, and so much more! Our talented, passionate, coaches are ready for a fun summer, are you?
Need-based Scholarships are available.
Fill out the contact form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to apply.
Meet the Coaches
Director of Tennis
Hey! My name is Brent Mazza, and I am the Owner and Director of Tennis at HAT.
Tennis is my true passion in life. I am originally from Southern California, but I went to college at Boston University, where I earned my
bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Prior to my time at HAT, I gained invaluable tennis industry experience working for the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, the Boston Lobsters' World Team Tennis Franchise, and for the Champions Tour.
I started at HAT as our very first intern in 2010. Over the years, I progressed to assistant pro, head pro, and now director and owner. I am USPTA, PTR, USTA High Performance, and HAT Method Certified and have helped develop champions at every level. I have had the privilege to coach/consult with numerous Pro & ITF circuit players, and I have also had the honor of being selected by the USTA to coach several state, sectional, and national teams and events.
My students call me "Mazza" and say that they enjoy my humor, but they know that I am also always honest and tell them the truth. They know that they can trust me.
Beginner Program Head Coach
Hi! My name is John Lutaaya, I come from Kampala, Uganda. Tennis has opened many doors for me and I am ready to do the best I can to help others with this gift of tennis. I graduated from Linfield University in Oregon in 2021, and I'm excited to return to coach HAT Summer Camp.
Tennis is my number one sport, I love to compete and I love to have fun. I strive to share my tennis experience in ways that makes this game simple and enjoyable. I have worked with players from different cultures and regions in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Italy, Netherlands, India, Japan, and USA. This gives me a better understanding of different individuals which makes me flexible and allows me to deal with each individual effectively.
In 2009 I started off my coaching life with the little kids program at Sadili in Kenya. Since then I have engaged in coaching and I have had the opportunity to work with players at all ages. I have also worked
alongside coaches with higher experience from Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Burundi, Brazil, USA, and England.
Besides tennis, I have a passion for reggae. People call me Ladady, the true reggae daddy, and I enjoy promoting reggae culture.
Mental Performance Coach
Hey there, my name is Noah Rosenblum and I’m a mental performance coach and in my final semester as an applied sport psychology graduate student at Adams State University.
I’m fascinated by the sport of tennis, specifically the psychological side. Tennis consistently presents pressure-packed situations where skills like focus, commitment, composure and resilience are tested, yet affect each individual athlete differently. Training and practicing these mental skills not only facilitates performance and well being on the tennis court, but are transferable to life outside of sport. I’m really looking forward to another summer with Brent at High Altitude Tennis!
In my free time I’m a 4.0-4.5 singles player and will be a doctoral student this coming fall at West Virginia University.
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