Senior High School

The Senior High School program is designed for swimmers 13 & Older to continue the proper acquisition of the skills needed to be a competent competitive swimmer. Racing starts, turns, IM transitions, and the four competitive strokes will continue to be refined. In addition to acquiring and refining skills, the swimmers in this group will also receive level-appropriate endurance and sprint training throughout the course of each season.

The Senior High School program practices five days per week for 90 minutes. The swimmers in this group will have the opportunity to compete in local and statewide swim meets.

  • Sr High School: T/Th/F 6:00-7:00PM  

COSTS & COMMITMENTS: This program costs $110.00 a month. Annual USA Swimming membership is required to participate in this program: Either Premium Membership ($70) or Flex Membership ($20). Note Flex Membership allows members to compete in only two swim meets per year, and may be upgraded to the Premium Membership at any time.

$95.00 registration fee which includes team shirt & cap.

REQUIRED GEAR: Kickboard, Fins

There are no additional fees or family volunteer requirements to participate.

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Senior High School Program Group Criteria

The Senior HS Group is focused on taking athletes and making them into swimmers. The Senior HS group will meet the needs of athletes coming from other sports or doing other sports, high school swimmers who are still developing technique and translating dryland power into aquatic speed. Technique is the primary focus with speed, power and explosiveness playing large roles and ONLY have time to swim maybe twice a week

There are three practices a week offered and a swimmer can come to any practice. Swimmers are strongly encouraged to attend all practices as skills and progressions build from one practice session to another.  This group does not have morning practices.


Goals of the Senior High School Group:

  • Swim 3 x 100 IM legally
  • Swim 4 x 50 of each stroke or 200 IM legally
  • Perform all turns and push-offs efficiently
  • Perform track start and backstroke start effectively
  • Athlete is motivated to listen to coaches and try to improve
  • Courteous to other swimmers in pool
  • Athletes know their attitude affects how they swim and how others around them swim
  • Develop consistent practice attendance


Expectations of the Senior High School Group:

  • Continue becoming more fluid in swimming (no splashing)
  • Actively improve technique
  • 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 2-3 meets per season prescribed by coaching staff
  • Display ability to train appropriately for the athlete’s experience and stated goals
  • Active in fundraising