We empower swimmers
of all levels and abilities
to be successful
both in and out of the water.
Our vision is to consistently offer a quality year-round swim program to the entire community remaining competitive locally, regionally, and nationally and guiding every individual swimmer to achieve proper growth and development – in and out of the pool.
Provide a first class swim team program with excellent coaching for all participants.
Provide a safe, people friendly environment.
Promote our total team role in maintaining a clean, orderly and safe environment.
Create a positive, excellence based environment.
Provide appropriate and effective instructional, training and racing opportunities so each swimmer maximizes his/her potential.
Design sound practice and racing opportunities that match and suitably challenge the emotional and technical skill development of each swimmer to allow him/her to accept challenges and confidently progress to the highest level possible.
Create an environment through positive thinking and advocacy and secure the resources needed to allow the program and each athlete to reach the highest possible levels of swimming.
Support, encourage and praise personal improvement for every participant.
Create and maintain a positive environment in which every participant feels valued as a person, teammate and athlete.
Use enthusiasm, positive thinking and creativity to make swimming and athletic achievement an enjoyable process.
Promote a respect and appreciation for life long exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
Use the swim team experience to teach about goal setting, dedication, cooperation, competition, positive expectations, winning and losing, joy and disappointment, risk taking and stress management, and healthy and productive decision making.
Create an environment which promotes and reinforces good sportsmanship, appropriate behavior, and personal responsibility.
Use positive reinforcement liberally.
Use praise and constructive instruction to strengthen the confidence of every participant.
Seize every opportunity to say thank you and well done.
Seize every opportunity to recognize excellence.
Create an environment for elite level swimming.
Build team closeness and identity by functioning as a unit: teach each other; push each other; value each other; support each other – during successful moments and when people are struggling; sit together at swim meets; cheer for each other in practice and at meets; wear identifiable team attire at all team functions.
LMOR's Code of Conduct strictly prohibits discrimination against any member or participant on the basis of age, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, genetics, mental or physical disability, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.
THE COACHING STAFF MAKES ALL DECISIONS RELATED TO SWIMMING AND COACHING.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS RELATED TO SWIMMING AND/OR COACHING.
Lower Moreland Swimming’s year (September - August) is divided into two seasons:
1. Short Course Season
(training & competition usually in 25 yard or 25 meter pools)
Mid-August – early April
2. Long Course Season
(training & competition usually in 50 meter pools)
Early April – Mid-August
Lower Moreland Swimming trains and competes year round with payments broken down by seasons.
Fall/Winter (early September to early February)
Spring (late March to mid June) *1 week off in April
Summer (mid June to August) *1 week off in August