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About SwimAmerica Moorpark

The Nations Leading Learn to Swim School is coming to Body Xchange in Moorpark!

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SwimAmerica is a national learn to swim program operated by the American Swimming Coaches Association through over 500 Program Directors at over 900 sites across the USA. It's the state of the art learn to swim program in the world today. Brought to you by the same people who have brought you the most successful sport team on the planet... the USA Olympic Swimming Team.


Our Goal with SwimAmerica in Moorpark is to be able to teach as many people as we can safety and swim skills that will make them more safe in and around the water.


So Why SwimAmerica?

  1. SwimAmerica is Established! Created in 1988 by the American Swimming Coaches Association. SwimAmerica is proven! It's 23 year proven teaching curriculum works! It teaches swimmers to swim the right way the first time therefore it is a natural feeder program and progression into competitive swimming.

  2. SwimAmerica is Quality! SwimAmerica teaches children to swim - we don't just teach lessons. SwimAmerica puts Safety First! SwimAmerica lessons are designed to teach all the swim skills your child needs to be safe in and around the water for a lifetime. Our swim schools focus on safety skills and the ability to swim a minimum of 300 yards of freestyle.

  3. SwimAmerica is Goal Oriented! With SwimAmerica's waterproof certificates, swimmers and parents know from their first lesson the specific goals and skill mastery they are working on to become a proficient swimmer for life. Swimmers are recognized as goals are met at each step of their skill mastery.

did you Know...?

  1. No child is ever water safe. The goal of swim lessons is to make children SAFER in, on, and around water.

  2. 79% of children in households with incomes less than $50,000 have little-to-no swimming ability.*

  3. Research shows 64% of African-American, 45% of Hispanic/Latino, and 40% of Caucasian children have little to no swimming ability.**

  4. 10 people drown each day in the United States.***

  5. Formal swimming lessons reduces the likelihood of childhood drowning by 88%.****

* USA Swimming Foundation study through the University of Memphis and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017
** USA Swimming Foundation study through the University of Memphis and University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2017
*** Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 2009