The TAS Aquatics Department works in conjunction with the Physical Education Department in providing a K-10 curriculum that focuses on water familiarization, fundamental skills, stroke development, safety skills and recreational activities. Lessons take place in a heated 25-meter indoor pool and offer the opportunity for TAS students to learn and develop aquatic skills that suit their ability level.
The Swimzone learn-to-swim program (K-Gr.5) focuses on water familiarization and the development of swimming strokes and skills. Locally certified instructors teach the classes with Aquatics faculty supervising at all times.
Lessons take place on Wednesday afternoons in the Fall and the Spring. The cost varies based on the number of sessions offered per season.
|August 11, 18, 25|
|September 1, 8, 15, 22 (no classes on Sept. 29 due to MS Camp)|
Contact: Ms. Tinneke Janssens firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tigersharks Swim Team is an option for more advanced swimmers that focuses on developing swimming skills related to the sport of swimming. Participants should be able to comfortably lap-swim using freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke, with good technique.
Tigersharks is offered to TAS Lower, Middle and Upper School students in Seasons 1, 3 and 4.
Lower School students interested in Tigersharks should attend a swimming assessment to ensure participation will be an enjoyable experience and will meet their individual needs.
Seasons 1 and 4 Tigersharks Schedule (Season 3 TBA)
Lower School: 2:45-3:30PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Middle and Upper School: 3:45-5:15PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Students can come to any session that suits their personal schedule. There is a seasonal fee attached to the program.
Contact: Mr. Shane Lawson email@example.com
Seasonal Swim Teams
Competitive Swim Teams for Upper School (Varsity), Middle School Gr. 7 & 8 and Middle School Gr. 6 take place during Season 2. These programs are offered by the TAS Athletics Department, with support from Aquatics.