Senior High School

The Senior High School program is for swimmers 13 & older who are interested in developing thier love of swimming into the competive side of the sport. 

The Senior High School program practices 3 days a week.  In addition to the swim program, the Senior High School group has  dryland training sessions focusing on body awareness, agility, and strength/explosiveness. Meets are optional for the swimmers in this group.


Spring Schedule


  • Dry Land ~ 5:30-6:00PM
  • Swim ~ 6:00-7:00PM


  • Swim ~ 6:00-7:00PM


Summer Schedule ~ June 5-August 5
  • Swim ~ 7:00-8:00AM
  • Dry Land ~ 8:00-8:45AM


  • Swim Only ~ 7:45-8:45AM


COSTS & COMMITMENTS: This program costs $110.00 a month.

$82.00 USA Swimming Premium Membership
$125.00 PDSC Team registration fee which includes team shirt & cap. 
Meet Entry Fees per any meet entered throughout the season.

REQUIRED GEAR: Kickboard, Fins


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Senior High School Group Criteria 

The Senior HIgh School group is focused on preparing swimmers for the Senior Interndiate group. This group will meet the needs of athletes coming from other sports, high school swimmers or swimmers currently in the PDSC program who are still working on developing speed. Technique is the primary focus with speed, power and explosiveness playing large roles.

Swimmers are strongly encouraged to attend all practices as skills, conditioning, and progressions build from one practice session to another. 

Swimmers entering the Senior High School program must be at least 13 years old and complete the following:

  • 10 x 100 Freestyle @ 1:45
  • 8 x 50 kick @ 1:15
  • Swim under 1:30 in 100 yd. Freestyle for girls/1:30 for boys

Expectations of the Senior High School Group

  • Strive to be competitive at the Committee/LSC level and prepare athletes for both competency at the LSC/Age Group Championship Level and movement into Senior Intermediate group (if so desired)
  • To consistently improve commitment level and training/racing ability from season to season
  • Continue becoming more fluid in swimming (no splashing)
  • Actively improve distance per stroke
  • Learn leadership skills
  • Attendance should improve, not decline as the athlete matures
  • Training attitudes should be more productive and supportive as the athlete gets older
  • Athletes must conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to actions needed to promote and support the goals of the team
  • Attend all meets prescribed by coaching staff unless Senior coach agrees to absence
  • Active in club fundraising
  • Display ability to train appropriately for the athlete’s experience and stated goals
  • Parental involvement in "wet side" decreases but increases on "dry side" during tenure

Goals and Expectations for the Senior High School Group:

  • Continue becoming more fluid in swimming (no splashing)
  • Actively improve distance per stroke
  • Translate power and athleticism developed in dryland training to speed in the water
  • Learn leadership skills
  • Provide an effective training program to swimmers who may not have come up through the PDSC Program. 
  • Swimmers will learn to actively monitor and improve their stroke technique
  • Swimmer understands and takes responsibility for attendance and performance, work habits in practice and how these three relate to meet performance
  • Active in club fundraising