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Stingrays Swim Team

Our non-competitive swim team is for children ages 6 to 14 who want to refine stroke technique and work on endurance, or train during the off season for summer recreation swim teams.

Swim Team consists of 12 swimmers and 2 coaches. Coaches are out of the water. Multiple swimmers will be swimming at once, so it is important that children meet the minimum requirements and have enough endurance to be in the water safely on their own.

Read about the benefits of swim team.

Intermediate Swim Team: Swimmers must be able to swim freestyle and backstroke.
Advanced Swim Team: Swimmers must be proficient in all four strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly.

Class Information

    • Ages 6 to 14
    • 45 minutes
    • Swim team ratio 6:1
    • $128 per month
    • Parents must stay onsite during swim team


Available Lesson Times

  • Intermediate Swim Team: TBD
  • Advanced Swim Team:TBD

Sign Up To Come

The first day will be an evaluation to place swimmer. New swimmers can join swim team if space is available after they complete a swim evaluation.

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