Pacific Sands Swim Team , is a competitive, semi-year-round, swim team,
affiliated with South Coast Swim Conference of Orange County
provide young athletes an invaluable opportunity to develop strong
character traits in a team environment, while developing their
swimming skills with professional coaching in the Huntington Beach
To give our swimmers the opportunity to compete at the highest
level in our sport.
We have a "Development Plan" and at each level of the plan,
swimmers are instructed to strive for excellence. Excellence in
this sense represents the achievement of a level at which the
individual knows he/she has done the utmost to become the best
he/she is capable of becoming. This philosophy is consistent
throughout the PSST program.
The PSST program will be aimed at long term success with the
objective of producing a long term "family" of progressing
swimmer/athletes: receiving the benefits of lifelong health, social
growth, and successful academic and athletic performance.
The PSST "Development Plan" will provide multi-level progressive
programs, geared to the individual needs of our swimmers. We will
emphasize fundamental skills, physical conditioning, productive
work habits, character growth, healthy competition and most of all
Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality. It
is the words that speak boldly of your intentions. It is the
actions, which speak louder than the words. It is making the
time when there is none. Coming through time after time after
time, year after year after year.
Commitment is the stuff character is made of, the power to change
the face of things. It is the daily triumph of integrity over
PSST’s programs are designed to be attended 100% of the
time. We realize that swimmers may miss a practice from time
to time just as they miss a day in school from time to time.
However, just like school, if they miss very many practices,
their grades will drop. In swimming terms, their times will
not improve and, in fact, in most cases will get worse.
Please be as committed to getting your children to practice as you
are at getting them to school and they will have a successful and
productive swimming season. I do not wish for them to fail
and the only way I can make sure that they don’t fail is for
them to attend practice like they attend school. I am asking
your fullest cooperation in this matter. If you have a
question concerning this, I’m only a phone call or email