Huntsville Swim Association is a not-for-profit United States Swimming Club that competes in the Southeastern Local Swim Conference which consists of other USS clubs from Alabama, Tennessee, and the Florida panhandle. HSA competes on a regional, national and international level.

HSA offers swim programs for children, youth and adult. The HSA structure is designed to progressively teach and train swimmers at all levels.

HSA- "A Huntsville Tradition"

HSA was started in 1969 as the Rocket City Aquatic Club.  In 1974, the club's name was changed to the Huntsville Swim Association.  Since 1969, HSA has produced Olympians and countless athletes that have competed on the international, national, and collegiate levels.  Former and current HSA swimmers also hold 17 relay and individual LSC records.  Along with individual accomplishments, HSA has won the LSC championship numerous times and finished within the top 3 at National Level Meets.  For over forty years, HSA has proven itself over and over again as the top program in Northern Alabama, the State of Alabama, and the South.

HSA Organization
HSA is a non-profit, parent-owned organization governed by a board of seven directors. The board of directors represent the association and work in conjunction with the coaching staff to maintain the high quality of swimming that is offered by HSA. The club employs a head coach who is responsible for managing day-to-day operations and leading the swim program and coaching staff. Member involvement is an integral part of the association. Parents and members support the association through a variety of committees and organized volunteer activities.

The HSA coaching staff is committed to the long term success of the swimmer through proper development of sound fundamentals, mental training and competitive opportunities.