The Lone Star Swim Team offers training and practice groups for swimmers of all ages and ability levels. It is the goal of the Lone Star Swim Team to offer age and skill specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of THEIR abilities.

**All athletes require an evaluation in order to be placed in the correct program group. 



The Lone Star Swim Team Swim Lesson Program combines the expertise of the Lone Star coaching staff with the innovative concept of a swimming school, where students attend a bi-weekly swimming class designed to teach them the fundamentals of both water safety and swimming. These programs are available only by evaluation and by class availability; therefore all persons seeking to register for swim lessons must first schedule an evaluation with the Lessons Coordinator then work with the coordinator to find an available opening in the lessons program before commencing lessons.  The Lessons Coordinator can be contacted at [email protected].

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Stars:  Private, Semi-Private, Group(Rangers)


It is Lone Star’s passion to teach safety in and around water to as many children as possible.  It is through our lessons program that Lone Star is able to successfully take children that have very little to no experience with swimming or have fear of water and give them the best opportunity in feeling comfortable with the water while learning how to swim.  Our instructors work individually in private lessons or are paired with two to three children in our semi-private lessons teaching them the basics for survival coupled with the fundamentals of swimming including but not limited to putting their face in the water, floating, pushing off walls, using kick boards, and rudimentary freestyle and backstroke.  The primary goal is self-competency in reaching safety or being able to await assistance.


Lone Star’s Rangers group represents the stepping stone from swim lessons to our youngest pre-competitive group, the Stripes Group. Continuing with teaching safety and basic stroke technique for freestyle and backstroke, coaches working with the Rangers instruct the swimmers from the pool deck rather than from the water.  Rangers work towards being able to legally complete a 25-yard lap of both freestyle and backstroke.

  • Minimum age 3 (must be bathroom trained)
  • No Prerequisites
  • Focus:  Water awareness, safety and self-competency with instruction on fundamentals for freestyle and backstroke
  • Training duration: Private and Semi-Private practices 2 times per week for 30 minutes, Group practices 3 times per week for 30 minutes
  • Gear: Goggles, Kick Boards
  • Private Classes 1:1 swimmer to coach ratio
  • Semi Private 3:1 swimmer to coach ratio
  • Group 7 - 10:1 swimmer to coach ratio

*Pricing:  Private - $ 170/month;  Semi-Private - $140;  Rangers - $ 115/month



Lone Star strives to ensure that there is a place for all athletes who have a desire to swim competitively, whether the swimmer is new to year-round swimming or is preparing to compete at the national level. The coaching staff is also careful to maintain a swimmer-to-coach ratio that allows for an optimal teaching environment. Swimmers are typically placed into a group based upon age and ability level.  In keeping with our philosophy of providing a well-rounded, quality, competitive swimming program for athletes of all ages and abilities, the Lone Star Swim Team offers progressive levels of professional technique, training and instruction through our competitive group program.      

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Stripes & Stripes II

The Stripes Groups are generally composed of the youngest competitive swimmers in the Lone Star program. The main emphasis of this group is continued technique focus on freestyle and backstroke and teaching basic skills for the other two competitive strokes in order for the swimmer to legally perform all four of the strokes in competition. This consists of kicking, drilling, streamline, starts and turns as well as the introduction to competition in swimming. 

  • Minimum age 4
  • Prerequisite:  Swimmer has the ability to complete one length of both freestyle and backstroke.  No time standards
  • Ability to swim 25 yards of both Freestyle and Backstroke with stamina to repeat for 30 - 45 minutes
  • Focus:  Starts, turns, drills and stroke mechanics for the four competitive strokes
  • Competition:  25s to 50s are encouraged
  • Training duration: 3 times a week for 45 minutes
  • Gear: Goggles, Kick Boards

*Pricing:  $ 120/month 

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White & White II

All swimmers within the White Groups must be able to legally swim from start to finish each of the four competitive strokes. Starts, turns, and finishes will be refined.  Furthermore, sharpening of the techniques for each of the competitive strokes through drills and kicking will be emphasized. Basic swimming sets and training for mental preparedness to move on to the next level will also be emphasized. 

  • Minimum age 7
  • Prerequisite:  Swimmer is proficient in freestyle and backstroke but is able to perform all four competitive strokes as well as starts and turns legally.
  • Focus:  Technique for clean strokes, starts, turns and finishes
  • Competition:  25s, 50s and some 100s are encouraged
  • Training duration: 3 times a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • Yardage:  1000-1500 yards
  • Gear: Goggles, Kick Boards, Fins

*Pricing:  $ 130/month 

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Red & Red II

It is at the Red Group level in which swimmers move from primary stroke and technique instruction to more emphasis on training. Technique work, drilling and kicking will continue to make up a large portion of the practices; however, interval swimming sets will be added.  At this level, goal setting will be introduced and swimmers will be expected to be more accountable for their swimming progression. Consistent practice attendance is recommended for continued improvement and advancement to the next group. 

  • Minimum age 9
  • Prerequisite:  Swimmer has stamina to swim 10 – 50s or 25s of each stroke on an easy interval
  • Focus is on technique, drills, and kicking while introducing interval swim sets
  • Competition:  50s, 100s, and limited 200s are encouraged
  • Training duration: 4 times a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes to an hour and 30 minutes
  • Yardage: 1500-2500 yards
  • Gear: Goggles, Kick Boards, Pull Buoys, Fins

*Pricing:  $ 140/month 

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Blue & Blue II

The Blue Group take on a much more rigorous training load than the Red Group, while continuing to build upon the skills acquired at the Red level.  Practice times are longer in conjunction with higher yardage requirements. The increases in physical demands require that swimmers regularly attend practices. Swimmers will be expected to understand interval training while maintaining technique skills learned in the previous groups and will learn how to train at different effort levels and speeds. There will also be a greater emphasis on race strategies. The Blue Group represent the final step in the Lone Star age group program.

  • Minimum age 10 and/or Competitive Age Group Times
  • Prerequisite:  Swimmer should be able to maintain intervals for 10 x 100s, 50s, and/or 25s for each of the competitive strokes
  • Focus is on continued emphasis on drills, technique, race preparation and strategies
  • Competition:  50s, 100s, 200s, and 500 Free are encouraged
  • Training duration: 5 times a week for 1.5 hours
  • Yardage:  3500-5000 yards
  • Gear: Goggles, Kick Boards, Pull Buoys, Fins, Snorkel, Tempo Trainer

*Pricing:  $ 150/month 

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Team Junior/Senior


The Junior-Senior Group provides training to athletes beginning in the 9th grade. The Junior-Senior Group makes exception to train teenage athletes in the 9th grade and up that can swim all the strokes legally.  Focus for this group is on speed while maintaining technique through interval and pace training, along with competitive race strategies and goal focus. The Junior-Senior Group may be divided into smaller groups, and the group classifications may change from year-to-year depending on the needs and numbers of the Group, as well as the vision and philosophy of the coaching staff. The Junior-Senior Group may feature a National Group, which is reserved for athletes who have not only attained Junior National qualifying standards but are also committed to consistently training at the highest possible level.

  • High School Age Swimmers
  • Prerequisite:  Swimmer should be able to maintain technique during interval training for 10 x 100s, 50s, and/or 25s for each of the competitive strokes
  • Focus is on interval and pace training, competitive race strategies, and goal focus
  • Competition:  ALL Events available are encouraged
  • Training duration: 5-6 times per week for 2 hours
  • Yardage:  4000-7000 yards
  • Gear: Goggles, Kick Boards, Pull Buoys, Fins, Snorkel, Paddles, Tempo Trainer

*Pricing:  $ 160/month 

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*Pricing for 2021-2022 Season