Our Team’s Mission: To share our knowledge and passion for swimming, by empowering safety, fun, and proper technique to all our team members to achieve their full potential through encouraging excellence.
Our Practices: Designed to increase our swimmers’ endurance, and improve their strokes and times through an introduction to various drills.
Flat rate pricing every month
***Additional days can be added at a cost of $60 per month***
Includes team t-shirt, cap, entry into swim meets awards, and ribbons.
**Once the swim team registration fee is paid, families will not be required to pay additional registration for our lessons, should they have another child enrolled.***
Practice Times (45 minutes):
Several times are available throughout the week. Click here for an up-to-date list.
Requirements to Join:
Swimmers must demonstrate proficiency with all four competitive strokes and complete the following workout prior to joining the team. If your swimmer is not yet able to meet these requirements check the Terrific Tigers and Amazing Alligators section of our classes page. These levels are designed to teach the strokes and prepare students for the swim team.
A few times a year we host swim meets so that all the members of our team can get together and show off what they have learned. Keeping with the lighthearted competitive spirit of our team, our meets are designed so that swimmers will be competing to improve their own personal best times, rather than against other teams or swimmers.
2021 Tenative Meet Schedule:
Spring Semester Meet: March 21st and 22nd
Summer Semester Meet: July 24th and 25th
Fall Semester Meet: December 4th and 5th
* Swim Meets take place over a weekend. The specific day you swimmer will compete is based on their age group. Several announcements on a specific meets schedule starting 1 month prior to the meet.
These rules are intended to be used as a general guide. The more complicated aspects (backstroke turns, flip turns, and pull-outs) are covered by the coaches but not required during swim meets. SSSS coaches are lenient with our newer swimmers especially during swim meets yet continue to impress the importance of competition rules.
During a swim meet and at the coach’s discretion, a 5-second penalty per 25 yards may be applied to a swimmer’s time if a significant advantage was made by the continued use of the incorrect stroke or kick. Examples: Dolphin kick used during a breaststroke race. Flutter kicks used during a breaststroke or butterfly race.
How to Sign Up:
Sign-up can be done either in person or by contacting our office (904-260-1836). For students new to our program, we may require them to complete a free evaluation class in one of our Amazing Alligators class prior to signing up.
Rylee enjoys each lesson! Thank you for helping to build her confidence in the water! The staff is great, patient with little ones.Jeff