PALY Penguins YOUTH Swim Team
The PALY Penguins Swim Team is a competitive team for swimmers age 6 through 18. The team is divided into different levels to better meet each child’s goal– from preteam through advanced. Our program is focused on developing the four competitive strokes in an uplifting team environment.
Which Level Is Right for You?
Please call the Aquatics office at 760-745-7490 x13193 or email Coach Andrew [email protected] to schedule a skill assessment. We will go through some skills with you in order to recommend the right level for you. We want to set you up for success, so come get a coaches recommendation to join our practices.
We are returning to our fall practice time (starting at 4pm instead of summer time 5pm) September 14th.
The Levels Defined:
PreTeam is a program between swim team and swim lessons. It runs monthly M/W/F at 4:45-5:45. You sign up at the front desk like you would sign up for normal lessons ($75 for members and $94 for participants for four weeks)
Intermediate Level is focused on improving the technical skills of each stroke. The practices uses drills to teach swimmers how to make their strokes more efficient. This level is geared towards swimmers becoming more comfortable in competitive settings. Intermediate practice is an hour and a half.
Advanced Level is expected to compete and train for meets. At this stage, swimmers know their strokes well and are building the endurance and skills to do their best in competitions. Advanced practice is two hours long.
YOUTH Practice Fees
You may practice as many days of the week during your scheduled time Monday through Friday (PreTeam meets only on Mon/Wed/Friday).
Swim Team Questions
Please contact us with questions regarding our Swim Team.
Our Swim Coaches
Amir Behdarvand began swimming as a child and immediately loved it. He is excited to translate his years of competitive swimming into coaching the next generations of swimmers.
Andrew Furst swam competitively throughout his youth. He loves the sport of swimming and enjoys passing his knowledge of the sport onto upcoming swimmers.