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2018-2019 PEAK COMPETITIVE TEAM GROUPS

Online registration for swimmers currently participating on a PEAK competitive team will open on 8/15/18. Registration for new swimmers and former swimmers wishing to return to PEAK opens on 8/20/18.

BRIDGE (Sept-Dec program)

At time of enrollment Bridge swimmers will be charged a $95 registration fee, $20 USA Swimming Flex Membership fee, and the group tuition (please see below for group rates)

Novice I--$300

Beginning  6 - 8 year olds. Swimmers learn fundamental stroke technique, rules for competition, and basic practice habits.  Novice I meets one hour two times per week.  Swimmers can participate in two meets.

Novice II--$350

Beginning  9 - 10 year olds. Swimmers learn fundamental stroke technique, rules for competition, and basic practice habits.  Novice II meets one hour three times per week.  Swimmers can participate in two meets.

Junior Development I--$350

Beginning 11-12-year olds. Swimmers learn fundamental stroke technique, rules for competition, and basic practice habits.  Novice II meets one hour three times per week.  Swimmers can participate in two meets.

Junior Development II--$350

Beginning 13 - 14 year olds. Swimmers learn fundamental stroke technique, rules for competition, and basic practice habits.  Junior Development II meets three times per week for one hour and thirty minutes.  Swimmers may compete in two meets.

YEAR-ROUND

At time of enrollment year-round swimmers will be charged a $115 registration fee, $90 USA Swimming Membership fee, and the first month's group tuition (please see below for group rates)

Age Group I – Red--$120/month

Intermediate 6 - 8 year olds with basic mastery of the four competitive strokes.  Swimmers learn essential stroke technique, competition starts and turns, and basic training concepts.  This group meets three times per week for one hour and fifteen minutes.  Swimmers attend one meet per month.

Age Group I – Blue--$120/month

Advanced 7 - 8 year olds with a demonstrated mastery of the four competitive strokes.    Swimmers learn competitive stroke technique, racing skills, and interval-based training.  This group meets four times per week for an hour and fifteen minutes.  Swimmers compete in one meet per month.

Age Group II Red--$135/month

Intermediate  9 - 10-year olds  with basic mastery of the four competitive strokes.  Swimmers learn competitive stroke technique, racing starts and turns, and interval-based training.  This group meets four times per week for one hour and fifteen minutes. Swimmers compete in one meet per month.

Age Group II Blue--$135/month

Advanced  9 - 10  with competitive mastery of individual medley.  Swimmers learn advanced stroke technique, racing skills, and training methods.  To be in the group, swimmers must meet standards for both competition and practice attendance, performance, and  personal discipline.  Age Group II Blue meets five times per week for one hour and thirty minutes.  Swimmers compete in one - two meets per month including championship meets.

Bronze I--$150/month

Intermediate 11 -12 year olds with a demonstrated mastery of the four competitive strokes.  Swimmers learn effective stroke technique, improve racing skills, and know interval-based training methods.  Bronze 1 meets five times per week for one hour and thirty minutes.  Swimmers compete in one meet per month.

Bronze II--$165/month

 Advanced  11 -12 swimmers with demonstrated mastery of competitive skills in all four strokes.  Swimmers learn advanced stroke technique, racing skills, and training methods.  To be in the group, swimmers must meet standards for both competition and practice attendance, performance, and personal discipline.  Bronze II  meets six  times per week for two hours.  Swimmers compete in one - two meets per month including championship meets.

Silver I--$150/month

Intermediate 13 - 14 year olds with a demonstrated mastery of the four competitive strokes.  Swimmers learn effective stroke technique, improve racing skills, and know interval-based training methods.  Silver 1 meets five times per week for one hour and forty-five minutes.  Swimmers compete in one meet per month.

Silver II--$175/month

Advanced  13 - 14 swimmers with demonstrated mastery of competitive skills in all four strokes.  Swimmers learn advanced stroke technique, racing skills, and training methods.  To be in the group, swimmers must meet standards for both competition and practice attendance, performance, and personal discipline.  Silver II  meets six  times per week for two hours and fifteen minutes.  Swimmers compete in one - two meets per month including championship meets.

Senior I--$130/month

Beginning and intermediate swimmers in grades 9 - 12 .   Swimmers will learn stroke technique and competition skills and will follow a training plan consistent with the high school competition schedule. This groups meets three days per week for 1 hour 45 minutes. Senior 1 swimmers compete in one meet per month.

Senior II--$165/month

Advanced swimmers in grades 9 - 12 with prior competitive experience.  Swimmers will  focus on developing technique  and training for the purpose of supporting high school swimming. Senior II meets four days per week for 1 hour 45 minutes. Senior group swimmers compete in one meet per month. 

Gold--$200/month

The Gold group is open to swimmers ages thirteen to eighteen who are entering high school.  To qualify for this group, swimmers must have demonstrated a strong work ethic through high-level practice attendance and effort, commitment to the PEAK program through full participation in competition, and an intrinsic desire to reach the highest level possible in the sport.  Gold group swimmers follow a demanding training program designed to prepare athletes to perform from the Sectional level to national and international level competition as well as to provide the opportunity for participation at the collegiate level.  Fitness is developed through progressively demanding volume and intensity with a focus on the correlation between training performance and competition performance. Dryland training develops strength and flexibility to support high level performance.

This group meets six days per week for two hours and forty-five minutes each day with additional morning workouts throughout the school year.  The training load increases to daily double workouts during holiday and summer school breaks.  These swimmers are required to prioritize and participate in all assigned practices, meets, and team events.

Collegiate- $120/month

This group is for swimmers currently swimming at the collegiate level that want to practice with us while home on break. They will practice with our Gold group but will only attend one practice per day when practice is offered. Current USA Swimming Registration required.

 

Late Policy/Absence for all groups: If a swimmer arrives more than 20 minutes late to practice, it is the coach’s discretion whether the swimmer will be allowed to participate in the practice session.  If a swimmer is unable to consistently attend practices, it is the coach’s discretion whether that swimmer may continue swimming with his/her current group placement.