US Performance Academy & Crosscourt Consulting
Competitive youth tennis players will now have access to top consulting and education designed for student-athletes’ unique schedules and skill sets through the partnership between US Performance Academy (USPA) and Crosscourt Consulting.
Crosscourt Consulting provides families with the knowledge and framework necessary to navigate the youth, junior, and collegiate tennis systems effectively. US Performance Academy is an accredited, NCAA approved, private, online, middle & high school created for high performance athletes. Combined, athletes can utilize the experts available to help make the most of their time, energy, and skills.
“Navigating the youth tennis world is not always easy.” said Jeff Bearup Managing Partner of Crosscourt Consulting. “We offer guidance and solutions to student-athletes’ problems. Academically, schools don’t offer flexibility or the right kind of support. USPA takes a different approach to athlete’s learning than we have ever seen before. Balancing athletics and academics is finally made possible.”
USPA was designed by athletes and educators. The approach specifically benefits driven students who are training, traveling, competing, and pushing themselves to the next level. The online curriculum allows for a flexible school schedule and academic calendar. The support system keeps students involved, motivated, and on track to success. And the focus on the student-athlete’s future goals and aspirations opens up a doorway to future opportunities. Crosscourt Consulting offers a multitude of services such as an introduction to junior tennis, parent support, goal development, tournament planning, and a performance team.
“We are excited about the synergy we have with Crosscourt Consulting.” said Pete Smith, USPA President. “Being able to offer the many Crosscourt Consulting services to our families and to be able to assist Crosscourt families with their student-athlete’s education is exactly why we formed this partnership. We are excited to welcome all of Crosscourt to the USPA family.”