Our National program is designed to provide swimmers with the opportunity to train with top notch coaches at a national level while balancing the desires of youth to balance sport with life.
2022-2023 TENTATIVE FEES & SCHEDULE
Download our tentative fees and programming schedule, updated October 23, 2022. The fees and programming schedule are based on the best information we have currently and are subject to change based on final registration numbers and overall pool availability.
Note: An athlete's age when registering for artistic swimming is the age they will be December 31st of the year the season finished. For example for the 2022-2023 season, it is the athlete's age December 31st, 2023.
Note: An athletes age when registering for artistic swimming is the age they will be December 31st of the year the season finished. For example for the 2019-2020 season, it is the athletes age December 31st, 2020.
NATIONAL TEAM COACHES
Artistic swimming has been a part of Pam’s life for 56 years, including as a gold medalist at Nationals, as an All Canadian Junior Team member, and on Masters teams competing at World Championships. Pam has been coaching teams at all levels since 1982, including National Team athletes.
Former swimmer for the Canadian National team and former coach for Canadian National Team. Laurel's a coach who's been committed to artistic swimming since she was a child.
As a two-time Olympian, competing in both Beijing and London. Elise is a NCCP Competition-Development certified coach. Marcotte was the Deputy Chef de Mission for Team Canada at the Pan American Games in Toronto in 2015 beside Curt Harnett.
An artistic swimmer since grade school, Alison was a member of both the Canadian Junior National and Canadian Senior National team. An experienced coach, Allison is NCCP Competition-Development certified.