Pro-Am Tennis Tournament to Spotlight School Choice

The tennis tournament is planned to coincide with National School Choice Week 2016, the nation’s largest-ever celebration of excellent options in education.

An instructional tennis clinic will kick off the day at 9 am and feature Geoff Griffin, director of Morley Field Tennis Facility and the Balboa Tennis Club in San Diego. Mike Rogers, La Casa del Zorro’s USPTA elite tennis pro, will assist in the clinic. At noon, the Pro-Am tournament will begin featuring four amateurs and four tennis professionals playing four rounds in a round robin format. La Casa del Zorro Resort is located at 3845 Yaqui Pass Road, Borrego Springs.

More than 150 students and parents are expected to attend the event to show solidarity surrounding the school choice options provided by Juan Bautista de Anza.

“School choice matters because it values an ideal education for everyone, and our school can allow them to feel comfortable knowing there is now a way to implement this ideal model. Our communities must value education to prosper, and with school choice families, students, and communities can receive an answer to their problems, prayers, and concerns,” said David Reichner, athletic/marketing director at Juan Bautista de Anza.

Juan Bautista de Anza Online Charter School is a tuition-free public charter school that serves grades 7–12.

National School Choice Week (January 24–30, 2016) will be America’s largest-ever celebration of opportunity in education. Featuring more than 16,000 independently organized events across all 50 states, the week shines a positive spotlight on effective education options for children. National School Choice Week is independent, nonpolitical, and nonpartisan, and embraces all types of educational choice–from traditional public schools to public charter schools, magnet schools, online learning, private schools, and homeschooling.

For more information, contact David Reichner at [email protected].


Juan Bautista de Anza Online Charter School
David Reichner, 408-438-6867

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