Development – Developmental stroke training. Stroke technique and mechanics are key goals. Ideal for children eight years and younger and new to year round swimming. Three one hour practices per week or Three half hour practices per week.
Technique – Ages eight to eleven. Focus on proper stroke development and maintenance, with slight emphasis on training. Practice four times per week and participate in dry land training.
Challenge - Fundamentally proficient in all four strokes. Prepares swimmers for the training expected of them in the High Performance or Performance Elite groups. Emphasis on stroke maintenance, increased training intensity. Ages range anywhere from 11-15.
High Performance - Prepares swimmers for the training expected of them in Performance Elite. Participate in a dry land program as well as water practices. High commitment and practice attendance are expected. Goals to achieve State and Sectional cuts.
Performance Elite – National caliber swimmers. Athletes are top-level swimmers competing at USS Sectionals and Senior Nationals. Participate in a rigorous dry land program as well as water practices. Swimmers are expected to have a strong commitment and attend every practice.