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South Atlanta Community Tennis Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help at-risk youth achieve academic and athletic success through tennis and education.



Read about SACTA and the strides that we are making in the community. 



SACTA offers various tennis and education programs for the youth of the South

Atlanta community near College Park, GA.

Due to generous donations from our sponsors, we are able to integrate meaningful programs and opportunities to families and youth.

Latest News

Read about SACTA and the strides that we are making in the community. 

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Venus Williams Visit

Fresh off a win at the

2019 BB&T Atlanta Open women’s exhibition...

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Atlanta NJTL's Kennedy is more than a coach to inner-city youngsters . . .


NJTL Graduate

Reicia Symone North played junior tennis and was ranked as high as 40...

Student Spotlight

Each month, SACTA highlights one of its students who has demonstrated exemplary character on and off the tennis court.

This month we spotlight Avery Harris!

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Avery Harris is a recent honor graduate from Milton High School in Alpharetta, Georgia.  While at Milton, Avery was a member of the Chick-Fil-A Leadership, HOSA, and the Varsity Tennis team.  She was recognized as a positive student-athlete and received the Coach's Award and Love of the Game tennis award. Avery is excited to be attending Fort Valley State University in the fall, majoring in elementary and special education, where she will also be a member of the women's tennis team. 


Avery was introduced to the game of tennis by her grandmother at a very young age. Often, she would accompany her grandmother to her USTA and ALTA matches.  Soon after, she began learning the game with the South Atlanta CTA & NJTL.  However, It wasn't until high school that she considered herself a tennis player versus someone that played tennis. Avery's connection to the game changed. So much of what she learned has helped her on and off the court. 


Avery learned to trust the process, to persevere, and that a good foundation in anything she does is vital to success.  Avery is looking forward to the next chapter and she's elated that tennis will be a part of that journey.

We appreciate your donations!

We rely entirely on the generosity of individuals, foundations, and public funding to sustain our work. Your support,

big or small, helps us provide our programs to at-risk youth who need us most. Your support is the greatest gift

a child can receive – skills to succeed in school, on the tennis and in life. Thank you for your support!


To donate by credit card via PayPal, click the button below. Alternatively, you can mail in your donation to:

South Atlanta Community Tennis Association

6320 Colonial View

Fairburn, GA 30213

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