Weil Prep


2016 Grads

Congratulations to the Weil Tennis Academy Class of 2016! (Adrian Alvarez-Sanabria, Seattle University; Abdulmajeed Bukhari, Portland State University; Roman Ghambhir, University of San Francisco; Alhassan Kenawi, Emory University; Joy Li, College of Wooster; Luca Menezes, Lewis-Clark State College; Nicholas Mitchell, San Diego State University; Abigail Mullins, UC Santa Barbara; Alexey Nesterov, University of Alabama; Max Prestwich, Ithaca College; Fernando Ramirez, College of Charleston; Andres Reyes, University of Arizona; Felipe Santos, Insper College (Brazil); Chloe Sermet, Lewis & Clark College; Svyatoslav Shainyan, University of Utah; Max Shmotolokha, Georgetown University; Andre Silva, Barry University; Ivailo Slavov, University of Findlay; Fabian Soemarno, University of Oregon; Zenia Speaker, Villanova University; Haruna Tsuruta, Gonzaga University; Isaiah Volk, George Mason University; Vid Yadav, Bates College.



Weil Tennis Academy provides our players with the best academic options of any academy in the world. Every player at Weil is prepared to succeed at the appropriate collegiate level, if college tennis is their goal. If professional tennis is the goal, flexible weekly class schedules to allow maximum training opportunities, and independent study contracts allowing for extensive tournament travel, are available for each player. Every training day is coordinated and maximized with a player's academic schedule.

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Weil College Preparatory School offers a high quality, fully accredited private school education option for our US and International students (Grades 8 – 12) who want their child to learn in a smaller, more personal educational environment. Small class sizes, more individualized schedules, a focus on English Language Learning (ELL) and top college placement, combined with a highly qualified teaching staff make Weil College Preparatory School a great choice for your child. All of our courses are University of California approved for college credit. Weil College Prep’s flexibility with each student’s schedule allows our players to train and travel to continue their development as players while maintaining a quality education in preparation for enrollment into top US universities such as:  UCLA, UC Berkeley, Cornell, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth, Brown, Stanford and many more! Weil also offers Student Visas (F-1) for our International Students that are valid for all years of study at Weil.

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7:45AM - 12:15PM
Academic Classes
12:15 - 1:15PM
1:15 - 5:00PM
Tennis Training/Fitness Training
5:00 - 7:30PM
Private Lessons/Dinner/Free Time
7:30 - 9:30PM
Study Hall
10:30PM Lights Out


English English 8, Grammar & Literature, Adv. Grammar & Literature, English 9, English 10 (CP,H), English 11 (CP,H), English 12 (C,H,AP)   
Mathematics Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry (CP,H), Algebra 2/Trigonometry (CP,H), Pre-Calculus (CP,H), Calculus (CP,H,AP)
ELD Basic Reading, Basic Writing, Conversational English
Natural Science Earth Science, Biology Lab (CP,H), Chemistry (CP,H), Physics (CP,H,AP)
Social Science US History 8, World Geography, World History (CP,H,AP), US History (CP,H,AP), Government (CP,H,AP), Economics (CP,H)
Fine Arts
Film and Video
World Languages
Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3/4, French 1, French 2, French 3/4
Physical Education     
Tennis, Fitness, Nutrition, Health

This school is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non immigrant alien students; I-20 Form is available for qualified international students. F-1 students must enroll in a full course of study each term. A full course of study is defined by SEVP as a curriculum at an approved public or private academic high school which is certified by a designated school official to consist of class attendance for not less than the minimum number of hours a week prescribed by the school for normal progress toward graduation (8 CFR 214.2 (f) (6) (E)).

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