Pickleball Private Instruction
All pickleball clinics enable each player to train and work on their skills in a structured environment with players of similar ability. If you are unsure of which clinic to enroll in, please contact Kathleen Collins-Bell. Registration for all tennis clinics is required, and participants must register at least three (3) days in advance of the clinic. We reserve the right to cancel any clinic with less than 3 registrants.
Before First Day
Registration will be done through ActiveNet.
- Reserve a spot and pay: To register, log in to your online account (new window) and select the appropriate class for your child.
- If you do not have an online account, you will need to create an account (new window).
- For help, watch this video for steps to create your account (new window).
- Please note that Georgetown University students, faculty, and staff do not need to create an account and can log in with a Georgetown NetID.
- Sign our Racquet Sports waiver.
Pickleball Private Instruction Rates
|Instruction Type||Member Pricing||Non-Member Pricing|
|Private | 1/2 Hour||$45||$55|
|Private | 1 Hour||$75||$85|
|2 Players | 1 Hour||$45/person||$55/person|
|3 Players | 1 Hour||$35/person|
|4 Players | 1 Hour||$28/person|
|5 Players | 1 Hour||$25/person|
Tennis courts are located inside Yates Field House on the campus of Georgetown University. If you are driving, you can enter campus from Canal Road or Entrance #4 on Reservoir Road. We recommend using the free parking at the Leavey Center Parking Garage. Turn onto the road between Leavey Center and the Hariri Building (Business School) off West Rd – the garage will be signed and to the left. For the first class, we will have a staff member on West Road to help with parking and Yates Field House directions.
Give yourself more time as it is about a 5-minute walk up the hill to the Field House.
There is no parking in the lot adjacent to Yates Field House; those who park in the lot beside Yates risk a $125 dollar ticket.
Georgetown University has a Protection of Minors Policy to protect those under 18 years of age who participate in programs and activities associated with the University and to provide guidance and requirements that apply to University students, faculty and staff who are involved with such programs and activities. The policy also includes requirements for non-University organizations that operate programs or activities involving minors on campus.