Moses Brown School Use Policy
The athletics and operations departments manage and maintain the Cooper Tennis Courts, located on the northeast corner of the campus. The first priority for use of the nine courts is to serve the school’s fall and spring tennis teams and physical education classes. Student-athletes hold daily and weekend practices, as well as host matches and tournaments. In addition, the school’s summer camps program has priority use of the courts for camps throughout the summer months. All camps and auxiliary programs are scheduled through the Moses Brown plus office.
When the courts are not in use by the school’s tennis teams, PE classes, or by official auxiliary programs, they may be used by Moses Brown School community members, including students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni and parents of alumni.
Due to ongoing maintenance requirements of the facility, the courts are not available for general, public use. A secure, swipe-card system is now in place to help regulate facility use.
Community members who would like to use the tennis courts can obtain a temporary swipe card, for a single weekend use (and return on Mondays) by contacting:
- Jeff Maidment in the Athletics office, for faculty, staff, parents, and students;
- Susan Cordina in the Alumni Office, for alumni and alumni parents.
This facility-use policy is effective as of October 1, 2012. The school created the policy in an effort to effectively maintain the courts for use by Moses Brown students and athletes. Community support for the care and maintenance of the tennis courts, and of this policy, is greatly appreciated.