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Mission Statement

Through partnerships with families, schools, and the local communities, EPATT promotes leadership, discipline, hard work, and excellence among its K-12 students. Using the unique mix of one-on-one academic tutoring and tennis instruction, EPATT strives to enrich the academic, athletic, and life skills of its participants.


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What Makes EPATT Special?

EPATT is a "game-changer" for at-risk students through academics, athletics, motivation, and parental involvement.

How Does EPATT Measure Success?

  • Over 95% of students graduate from high school
  • 68% of EPATT graduates attend college
  • There is 100% attendance at every parent meeting
  • Stanford student tutors contribute an average of 216 hours of ONE-ON-ONE tutoring to their student
  • Each student receives 100 hours of fitness and tennis instruction per year
  • 8 program graduates are certified tennis teaching professionals
  • 6 program graduates played tennis on their junior college teams

Reviews

Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend EPATT?

by Wes M. (2018-06-30 17:35:06.0)
I've volunteered at EPATT for about two years now, and will certainly continue to do so in the foreseeable future. The opportunity to connect with a student one-on-one and help strengthen their study skills is fun and rewarding. Full-time staff are in tune with the needs of both students and tutors, consistently seeking to make the program better for all involved.
by Judy K. from Menlo Park, CA (2010-10-13 18:18:24.0)
After my first Annual Dinner gathering for EPATT, I was hooked! I listened first hand to the stories told by the kids and families that have taken advantage of this incredible after school tennis and tutoring program and knew I had to help any way I could! It has been enormously rewarding to volunteer on their Communications Committee and I look forward to lending a hand for a very long time!