A World-Class School for Student-Athletes
Students from all over the world make friends for life as they study and train in world-class golf and tennis programs at Saddlebrook Academy. Our secure, gated Tampa prep school offers a multicultural learning environment for nearly 100 students from approximately 26 different countries. We offer a fully accredited, college-preparatory school for grades 3 through 12, as well as post-graduates, with the option to board or live with their family in the Saddlebrook community. Thanks to our highly educated, dedicated teaching staff and our Saddlebrook Golf and Tennis Academy coaches, every student comes away with a remarkable education and memorable experience.
A Welcoming School Setting
Saddlebrook Preparatory provides student housing, dining, training and recreational facilities, all within easy reach. Students safely stroll, bike or are shuttled between their accommodations, classes, sports training and meals, all while supervised by Resident Assistants, teachers or coaches.
Our student-golfers train at the Saddlebrook Golf Academy, utilizing our driving range and training center, and golf on the resort’s two 18-hole, Palmer-designed championship golf courses. Student-golfers compete in local, regional, national and international tournaments, traveling individually or on a team, depending on the event and player.Learn More
Student-tennis players train on Saddlebrook’s 43 tennis courts, including all four Grand Slam tournament surfaces, where they work with their coaches every day. Student-athletes on the tennis program participate in local, regional, national and international tournaments, traveling as part of the Saddlebrook Academy Team, or individually, depending on the tournament and player situation.Learn More
In the News
Krauter Makes Upward Move for Cardinal Women's Golf
Sophomore Aline Krauter recorded six birdies during Tuesday's second round and now sits in a tie for fifth at 4-under for the tournament. As a team, Stanford remains in fifth (+1) at the Nanea Pac-12 Preview in Hawai'i with one round remaining on Wednesday. UCLA leads the event at 13-under par.Read More
Moving On From Sports: A College Athlete's Greatest Challenge
I miss the camaraderie of tennis. I miss the competition. I miss the butterflies before playing a match. I miss the adrenaline rush after a big victory, especially with the team. I even miss the agony of losing.Read More
Prim Siripipat debuts "The Next Chapter"
Listen to the podcast on TheAthletic.com to hear more!Learn More
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