Lessons & Swim Team Training Groups

Splash Club offers two paths for children:

Parents do not have to be a Phillips 66 or ConocoPhillips employee nor do they have to be a Wellness Center member. Splash Club programming is open to all children in the Bartlesville community and surrounding areas (ages 3+). 

Splashers Swim Lessons

Visit our Splashers Information Page for more information.


Competitive Swim Team

Splash Club also offers a competitive swim team. Our competitive swim helps swimmers develop physically, mentally and emotionally as they progress through the program. Each training group emphasizes skill development, self-improvement, and accountability in a positive, character-building environment. At each level swimmers are encouraged to strive for excellence.

Swimmers are evaluated by our coaches and assigned to the training groups that are most compatible with their physical, emotional, and social development.

Training Groups

Developmental 1 

Typical ages 6-9. 4 practices per week totaling 4 hours of instruction offered. Focus on stroke fundamentals and "legal" proficiency. Opportunities to compete in swim meets. 

Developmental 2

Typical ages 7-11. Offers 4 practices a week, totaling 5 hours of instruction. Focus on stroke refinement and training skills. Opportunities to compete in swim meets.

Age Group

Typical ages 8-14. Offers 6 hours of training per week over a period of 4 days. This group enables kids to have the swim team experience but with lighter training and exepctations. No attendance or competition requirements for this group.

Jr. Octane

Typical ages 9-13. Offers 5 practices per week. Swimmers are expected to compete in meets. Focus on endurance, stroke refinement & training skills. 

High Octane

Typical ages 11-14 with multiple years of competitive swimming experience. 6 practices per week. Focus on endurance, speed & effective training skills. Expected to compete in swim meets.

National

High school age swimmers with multiple years of competitive swimming experience. 9 practices per week. Focus on endurance, speed & refinement of stroke & training skills. Expected to compete in swim meets with higher levels of competition available.