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Squash Builds Strong Kids

A child's backpack overflowing with books and squash gear.

The lifelong sport that builds strong hearts, minds and bodies.

Squash is fun for kids of all ages and abilities. Even better, the sport is good for them in so many ways. Studies show kids who play racquet sports:

  • Score higher in self-esteem, optimism and confidence
  • Develop gross and fine motor control
  • Learn hand-eye coordination, flexibility and leg strength
  • Practice sportsmanship, teamwork and social skills

Squash Programs

Early Development (Ages 5–10)

Your younger child wants to play squash? Start here. Designed for the beginning player 10 or younger, kids will learn the rules and fundamental skills of squash, plus develop hand-eye coordination, focus, confidence and self-esteem that will go way beyond the court.

Junior Development (Ages 11-18)

If your child is 11 or older and wants to learn the game, beginning levels will learn basic strokes while more advanced kids will improve their playing skills, strategy and scoring. Kids have fun while developing motor skills, hand-eye coordination, sociability, focus and confidence.

High Performance

For your gifted child, they will sharpen technical development, gain tactical advantages and hone competitive instincts through situational drills, competitive match play and intensive physical training.

Sign up for classes now. Limited openings.

Get more information and class schedules at the Activities Desk.

Membership levels, types, amenities, services, programs and their associated dues, pricing, fees and/or charges may vary by location and are subject to change. Access to clubs, and certain services, programs, amenities, or areas within a club (e.g., outdoor pools, racquet courts) may be restricted, conditioned, or otherwise limited by specific terms and conditions and/or subject to a separate or supplemental fee for access or use (e.g., your access to the outdoor pool area may require a separate fee and be limited to your designated club). See club for additional terms and conditions that may apply. Always consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program.