How It Works
What We Do
We are a student-run club at Sage Hill School that teaches tennis to those with autism. Through our clinics, kids work one-on-one with high school volunteers on fundamentals in a controlled setting.
↑ Motor & Social Skills
Our unique activities allow students to interact with others and improve their motor skills.
Our lessons take place at the school’s award-winning facilities with six tennis courts.
Our light-hearted atmosphere and games ensure that students develop meaningful friendships and have fun.
20402 Newport Coast Dr.
February 17, 24 & March 3, 10, 17, 24
Our mission is to foster a deep sense of community for both students and volunteers in every clinic. We want students and volunteers to look forward to our sessions as a time to laugh and connect through tennis.
Teens & Children Served
ACEing Autism provides a fun and worthwhile experience for our high school volunteers to serve others.
Volunteers at Our Program
We value our students and make an effort to accommodate their needs.
Weeks Worth of Lessons
We continuously seek ways to improve the experience for students and volunteers.
“ACEing Autism really helped him with his focus. Being a part of structured activities is what he’s lacking, so that really helped him getting that discipline that he’s looking for... A very memorable moment was when he hit the ball over the net [for the first time], and I’m really happy with the experience. It is the second time we are doing ACEing Autism and he has made a lot of progress. We are really looking forward to coming here every week.”
-Roman Pianet (father of Julien Pianet)
20402 Newport Coast Dr
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