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SEASTARS Aquatics is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and fostering the success and growth of children who are economically, physically or mentally challenged by providing individualized attention as a part of a structured competitive swim team program.

Programs span grades 1-12, with performance-appropriate curriculum designed to teach the skills necessary to prepare swimmers for key competitions. Within each program, SEASTARS educates swimmers on issues such as proper nutrition, healthy lifestyles and the negative effects of drug use. All programs are designed to keep the coach / swimmer ratio at a minimum.

SEASTARS is offered as a year round United States swim team and mentoring program. The team practices are held at The Salvation Army, North “Q” St., Pensacola and any child that qualifies for free or reduced lunch is eligible to participate.

News

Coach AJ at the Summit

Coach Aj Lee flew to South Carolina yesterday to attend The USA Swimming Southern Zone Diversity and Inclusion Summit to represent Southeastern Swimming (Tennessee, Alabama, and the Florida Panhandle). He, along with 13 other coaches and 48 athletes across the...

SeaStars Team Trip 2019

May 31 through June 2nd was the First Annual Seastars Aquatics Team Trip to the 2019 Water World Classic Swim Meet in Dothan, AL.  On Friday, Good Time Tours transported the team to Vortex Springs for an afternoon of fun, friendship and relaxation!  Then we were off...

New Swim Suits

So excited about our new team suits! They came in just in time for our 1st Summer league kickboard meet tonight and for our travel meet to Dothan this weekend! Andrew @bikesplus9th did such a great job for us! If you don't know they have competition suits in stock, 2...

SeaStars Does It Again!

So yesterday was a HUGE day for SEASTARS! We had not 1, but 2 Southeastern Cuts made at the GPAC  Flip Flop long course  Invitational. Malik, 9, made southeasterns in 100 breast from a no time and no one to swim! Coach Marissa and he will go to Huntsville in July. He...

Pensacola Water Safety Day

Spring 2019: Five hundred fifty 2nd graders learned about how to make themselves and others safer in and around water at Pensacola Water Safety Day. They're Making Kids Water SMART to Keep Kids Water SAFE. Isabella volunteered doing lessons for 2nd graders all day at...

SeaStars Swim Team Banquet

Seastars 2018 Swim Team BanquetApril 30, 2019 On April 30, 2019 Seastars Aquatic held their 2nd Annual Team Banquet at The Wright Place in Downtown Pensacola.  35 attending swimmers were honored with individual awards and their very own embroidered Team Towel.  The...

SeaStars Receives Freedoms Foundation Award

On March 5th Coach Robin Heller and SeaStars Aquatics, along with 13 others were honored by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge at their annual awards banquet held at the Pensacola Yacht Club. The program was a way to say thank you to those whose projects, words...

Robin Heller Podcast 2/28/19

Robin Heller was interviewed today by the Kels Group that promotes drowning prevention. Robin explains her approach to teaching swimming to kids at risk and those with disabilities. The Podcast is available on this...

SeaStars gives back to the community

Volunteerism is part of the SeaStars philosophy! On April 22nd 2018 kids from SeaStars volunteered and participated in Earth Day, a national movement to protect our environment. On November 10th. 2018 they manned 2 water stations (mile marker 24 and 25) for The...

Drexel On The Road

PENSACOLA, Fla. (WKRG) - At first glance, you might think there is nothing remarkable about the swimming pool located on South Q Street in West Pensacola, or the children who are in it. It would be worth taking a second look. Because in the pool, special needs...

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