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From the individual just learning to put their face into the water to the most competitive, committed swimmer, Katy Aquatics offers swimming and diving programs for all levels. 

Pre-Competitive and Learn to Swim Programs

For those just starting out, we offer Learn to Swim programs.  With low swimmer to coach ratios and enthusiastic, patient instruction, beginners can get their feet wet and begin to develop familiarity with this wonderful sport.

Not yet ready to compete?  Katy has developmental Pre-Competitive programs designed to teach stroke mechanics and skills a swimmer will use for a lifetime of fun and fitness.

We also offer a high school conditioning program for swimmers working to improve, or maintain, technique and fitness levels.

Click here to learn more about Pre-Competitive swim groups.

Competitive Swimming

Katy Aquatics uses a "progressive" age group program designed to help the development of a child physically, mentally and emotionally in a systematic fashion. A well defined, long-term approach of gradually increasing degrees of commitment is essential to reach peak performance levels during a swimmer’s physiological prime.

The emphasis in the early stages of participation is placed on developing technical skills and a love for the sport.  In the later years, a more demanding physical and psychological challenge must be introduced to the training program. In addition to emphasizing long-term rather than short-term results, it is also important that Katy Aquatics establishes training groups of swimmers who are compatible in respect to abilities, commitment levels and goals.

Competitive training groups are set up by age groupings, and sub-grouped by ability as measured by defined criteria.  These groups train from 3 to 5 times weekly, depending on age and level. 

Click here for more information about the competitive swim groups.