SWIMMERS . . . TAKE YOUR MARK . . .
The Seminole Sharks Swim &
Dive Team is a recreational team
in the Madison’s
All-City Swim & Dive League. Swimmers and divers of
all ages and abilities are welcomed to join our team.
Summer swimming is great
fun for several reasons:
family – one team. Siblings can support & cheer
each other on!
includes kids ranging from Kindergarten to recent High School
- Interactions and friendships with kids of
different ages through a buddy system.
- Everyone swims! No swim team experience
- Great recreational exercise.
team social activities throughout the summer.
Time pins reward swimmers' improvement regardless of
- Experienced, paid coaching staff.
more reason to hang out at the pool!
The summer swim & dive season
consists of seven dual meets and culminates in All-City one of the
largest outdoor swim and dive meets in the country.
Participants compete against athletes their own age, boys and
girls separately. The age groups are 8 & Under, 9-10, 11-12,
13-14, and 15 & Up. The age group that the swimmer competes in
is based on their age on June 1.
The athletes are divided into age
specific practice groups and have daily practices with our
outstanding coaches. Our goal is to encourage all athletes to
do their best by maintaining a positive environment that develops
skills, friendships, and a love for physical
fitness. Practices are weekday mornings and team
members are encouraged to attend at least three (3) practices
Dive meets are held on Friday
nights and swim meets are on Saturday mornings. Meets are not
mandatory, but you must compete in at least three (3) dual meets to
participate in the All-City meet at the end of the season.
Athletes are encouraged to attend as many meets and practices
as they can, but all levels of participation are well received.
Doing both swim and dive team is certainly encouraged.
Last year was another great season
culminating with the All-City meet. In addition to working
hard, we're big on fun. There is a kick-off pizza party, the team
trip to Noah's Ark, and the tie-dye party, and much more. The
Seminole Sharks team had about 200 swimmers and 20
divers. Sign up and join the