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. We accomplish this in many ways, but one of our favorite’s is the swim lessons we provide.
Swim lessons can start as soon as a child can hold their head up on their own. SEASTARS swimming lessons are all fun and fear free, as well as open to all age groups and abilities. Swim lessons start at $125 for a set of four lessons spread out however you would like. Please visit our swim lesson page for more information about them, and the wonderful coach that teaches!
Swim team programs span grades 1-12, with performance-appropriate curriculum designed to teach the skills necessary to prepare swimmers for key competitions, as well as personal responsibility. Within each program, SEASTARS educates swimmers on issues such as proper nutrition, healthy lifestyles, the negative effects of drug use, as well as interacting with people who are different from them ethnically and/or neurologically. 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 who can provide proof of governmental financial assistance, or proof or a neurological/physical disability is eligible to participate, as long as they pass the swim test. We provide swim team swim tests every Wednesday at 4:45 at the address above; the same pool that practice will take place.
USA Swimming Safe Sport
To deal with a Safe Sport concern, contact USA Swimming at (719) 866-4578
USA Swimming’s Safe Sport is a comprehensive abuse prevention program designed to keep our children safe so they can enjoy their time in the water. Required policies to be considered a Safe Sport recognized team include: mandatory criminal background checks for all employees; training and education for swimmers, parents, and coaches; monitoring, supervision and mandatory reporting of misconduct. These measures are informed by experts in the field of child safety and are among the strongest safeguards found in youth-serving organizations.