ORCA Swim Lessons and Rec Teams
Swim Lessons, recreational swim teams and water polo teams are offered through ORCA in partnership with the City Orange. Since 2002 ORCA has provided a wide range of swim classes and lessons for all levels of swimmers. Our program is designed to help students thrive and become competent swimmers while still offering the most convenient, family-friendly structure for parents. Additionally, ORCA, with its affiliation with USA Swimming, offers recreational swim and water polo teams.
We predominantly serve the City of Orange, Villa Park and its adjoining communities.
See below to register online for Swim Lessons, Recreational Swim Teams and Recreation Water Polo Program,
***Spring Swim Lessons Are Now Available For Registration***
25 minute Semi-Private, Private and Group Swim Lessons will be offered at Orange High School between the hours of 5:30pm and 7:30pm 2x per week this spring with Session 1 beginning April 13th and Session 2 beginning May 11th, 2020.
About our Swim Instructors
Our highly trained instructors and coaches are all lifeguard certified with extensive swimming backgrounds, and we strive to make our programs both fun and challenging to all levels of swimmers; beginners to advanced.
Aquatics Programs Offered:
Through our online registration platform, you can register for our spring, summer and fall swimming lessons, as well as for our summer Recreational Swim and Water Polo Teams! The registration process is simple for both new and returning families, and you can pay by credit card or check. With our online registration process, you will also get access to your own private account which will enable you to view current and past class histories.
Orange High School Pool
525 N Shaffer St, Orange CA 92867
Villa Park High School Pool
18042 Taft Ave, Villa Park CA 92861
Directions to Pool Locations.
Recreational Swim Team Requirements:
Your child must be able to swim one length (25 yards) of the pool freestyle while side breathing without stopping or assistance, as well as back stroke one length of the pool.
To register, follow these simple steps: