We partner with several Twin Cities schools to offer students access to The Fort.

We collaborate with other Twin Cities organizations that are working to inspire youth.

School partners are critical to the success of TennisWorks. When we have the opportunity to work directly with teachers and classroom assistants, we can make direct connections between what students experience on the court at The Fort and what they learn at school, strengthening the impact of both experiences.
At each of our partner schools, at least 85% of students qualify for free and reduced lunch. 

Meet our TW Stars School Partners:  

We partner with CPE for three- or four-week sessions with individual classes; students come to The Fort during the school day and teachers integrate lessons from the court with classroom focuses. 

Andersen students have access to after-school programming at The Fort two days a week throughout the school-year. 

Students at Anne Sullivan can sign up for after-school programming at The Fort, which runs two days a week throughout the school-year. 

We partner with Maxfield to offer on-site after-school tennis and life-skills programming that follows the USTA's ACE curriculum.  

Meet our TW Academy Partner School:

Folwell students can sign up for after-school programming at The Fort, which runs once a week throughout the school-year. 

We know that we don't exist in a vacuum--in fact, we're lucky to share the Twin Cities with many incredible non-profits that share our overarching goal of inspiring youth to succeed. We work with many of these groups in a variety of capacities, from hosting joint events to sending our students on retreats. 

Meet a few of our partner organizations: 

Through a variety of youth tennis programs, InnerCity Tennis works to create the opportunity for children and youth to manifest their greatest potential – on and off court.


SPUT runs tennis programs for underserved youth at outdoor spaces throughout the cities with the goal of helping kids to become better people, not just better tennis players.

Gustavus Adolphus College puts on year-round Tennis and Life Camps for youth, adults and family primarily geared towards developing superior tennis skills and an enriched approach to life.