admin May 17, 2017 No comments
'Mrs. Berber's speech was amazing and inspiring,' said Juan A, a student at ATA CP. 'She painted a vivid picture in my mind of the living conditions in Ethiopia and it was really effective,' said Max S.
admin April 4, 2017 No comments
Last week, ATA College Prep Director Carol Hagar and ATA CEO Jack Newman hosted a Student and Parent Meeting for anyone interested in learning more about the college process. 50plus parents and many students filled the ATA Fitness Center to hear the presentation and ask questions.
admin March 12, 2017 No comments
"Tennis is a sport that will only take you so far, and if there is one thing I learned through the process, it's that it is not about all of the titles you win, but rather about the people you get to experience it all with. If I think back to my happiest moments, it isn't winning a Gold ball, it was getting to play with this amazing team," Abigail said.
admin March 4, 2017 No comments
“I am so proud of our players and coaches for all of the work and spirit they put in throughout the weekend!” Coach Davis said. “All of the credit goes to them. A truly inspiring performance by all.”
admin February 13, 2017 No comments
The Austin Tennis Academy (ATA) and A Glimmer of Hope Foundation (Glimmer) recently completed a project that provides the largest solar powered water supply development in the entire region of Tigray.
admin February 2, 2017 No comments
Georgia Wright has served up hard work around ATA for years as she has set and reached goals in her development as a high-level tennis player. Now, Georgia is hard at work towards another goal: contributing to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The South Central Austin Chapter of the LLS recently nominated Georgia as a candidate for their 1st annual Student of the Year fundraising challenge, and she happily accepted. “I could not be more excited to make a difference in the lives of patients across the country by raising money with family and friends like ...
admin January 27, 2017 No comments
"Having ATA players get the opportunity to play a college dual match against a real college team is invaluable," Coach Jack Newman said. "Players can get a taste of what college tennis is really like on their home courts."
admin January 16, 2017 No comments
ATA College Prep alum and St. Edward’s University freshman Chase Bartlett wrapped up his first college semester maintaining his high academic standard, earning a 4.0 GPA and claiming a spot on the President’s Honor Roll through 7 classes on the Hilltop.