PCC MIDDLE SCHOOL STROKE CLINICS
Each one hour clinic will feature instruction on specific skills from our professional coaching staff, supported with assistance and demonstrations from our experienced athletes. These clinics are aimed at 5th-9th graders who can swim, but would like to improve their stroke technique, racing turns, racing skills, and racing starts.
This is a great way to get a jump start on the PCCS middle school swim season, which starts in early March. Clinic costs vary and participants must pay cash at the door. Parents are welcome, but not required, to stay and watch. Participants must be able to swim 25y without stopping or putting their feet on the bottom. These clinics are not a learn-to-swim lesson.
Questions? Contact Head Developmental Coach Susan Pickerman via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sat, Feb 4th, Noon-1pm @ Canton HS Pool
||Freestyle Skills, Starts & Turns
|Sat, Feb 24th, Noon-1pm @ Canton HS Pool
||Backstroke Skills, Starts & Turns
|Sat, Mar 4th. Noon-1pm @ Canton HS Pool
|CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CLINICS
PCC STROKE SCHOOLS
The mission of the PCC STROKE SCHOOLS is to reach out to current and future middle and high school athletes to help improve their competitive swimming skills and stroke technique. Participating athletes do not need to be PCC swimmers.
THE PCC STROKE SCHOOL IS NOT A LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM.
PLEASE SEE THE ABILITY GUIDELINES POSTED BELOW BEFORE YOU REGISTER.
The ADVANCED STROKE TECHNIQUE CLASS is for varsity level middle school & high school swimmers who would like to improve their stroke technique and learn new racing skills. Developing more efficient racing technique and learning the latest racing skills and strategies will help you improve your times. PCC Coaches will take athletes through stroke drills and racing skills using demonstrations and instruction. This program will not offer extensive endurance training or official competitions.
Athletes registering for the Advanced Stroke Technique class will be expected to be strong swimmers capable of swimming for 1 hour and following a coach's instructions in the pool. Competitive experience is helpful, but is not required. Registering swimmers must capable of swimming 50y of the four competitive strokes.
The HIGH SCHOOL PREP TRAINING CLASS is for varsity/jr varsity level 8th graders & high school swimmers who would like to improve their stroke technique, endurance, and speed in the pool. This program is designed to serve as a "mini" high school practice and although it will start gently, it will build in intensity each week. PCC Coaches will take athletes through stroke technique, basic endurance training and speed development. This program does require a level of physical fitness, and athletes should be prepared!
Athletes registering for the HS Season Prep class will be expected to be strong swimmers capable of swimming for 1 hour and following a coach's direction and instruction in the pool. Competitive experience is helpful, but is not required.
The BEGINNING STROKE TECHNIQUE CLASS is for middle and high school aged athletes who are interested in learning and developing the four competitive strokes and the racing skills that go with them. This program is great for the new, novice or soon-to-be competitive swimmer. Learn the skills that will help you succeed on your middle or high school team!
PCC Coaches will take athletes through stroke drills and racing skills using the demonstrations and instruction. This program will not offer extensive endurance training or official competitions. Athletes registering for the PCC Stroke School will be expected to be capable of swimming for 1 hour with breaks for instruction and able to follow a coach's direction and instruction in the pool. THIS IS NOT A LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM. Competitive experience is helpful, but is not required. Athletes registering for this program must be able to swim 25 yards repeatedly over the course of 1 hour.
REGISTRATION for the PCC STROKE SCHOOL CLASSES is always open. The Stroke School rate is $120/month for two 55 minutes classes each week, plus a $50 annual administrative fee. Monthly rates are prorated based on the monthly calendar and if swimmers register partway through the month. If one swimmer registers for two classes in the same month, the second class is 50% off.
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Swimmers can cancel at any time by completing the Cancelation Request Form with two weeks notice.
If you have questions, please contact Susan Pickerman at email@example.com.