6 to 15 Years

Starfish, Ages 6 to 12

Designed for older swimmers with limited or no swimming experience to gain confidence in the water. Students will learn fundamentals of submerging, floating, kicking, and swim strokes. Orientation to four feet of water is also introduced.

Seahorse, Ages 6 to 12

This class is designed for swimmers who are able to float, kick, and swim a few front crawl strokes on their own. Emphasis is placed on improving the front crawl and back crawl. Students should feel comfortable in at least four feet of water.

Otter, Ages 6 to 14

This class improves technique, promotes self-proficiency, and increases endurance of front crawl and back crawl. Additionally, focuses on side-breathing, passing the Swim Test, and introduces the deep end.

Seal, Ages 6 to 15

Takes place in 11-12 feet of water. Must be able to swim 15 yards of front crawl with side breathing, back crawl, and elementary backstroke. Skills introduced are butterfly and breaststroke kick, diving from the side of the pool, and continued emphasis on stroke efficiency and endurance.

Sting Ray, Ages 6 to 15

This class continues to develop technique and endurance of front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke in 11-12 feet of water. Introduced skills are breaststroke, sidestroke, and diving.

Dolphin, Ages 6 to 15

Focuses on stroke refinement and increased swimming distance. Proficiency in front crawl with side breathing, back crawl, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and breaststroke are expected. Skills introduced are butterfly and flip turns.

Swordfish, Ages 6 to 15

Develop skill proficiency and continue to progress towards swimming greater distance in all strokes. Participants are expected to swim at least 50 yards without stopping prior to taking this class.

Advanced Technique Swimming (ATS), Ages 6 to 15 (Summer Only)

 Technique and endurance are further developed for all strokes, in preparation for a novice swim team. Skills introduced are competitive turns for all strokes, diving from the starting blocks, time intervals, and use of training equipment.

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