Swimmers are placed in groups according to speed and ability

These are basic descriptions of our groups. The swimmers will be assessed on the first day of practice and placed into their proper level. They're all the same price, so sign up for whichever you see fit if it's your first night.

At the coaches discretion, we will level your swimmer up. If you would like to be tested for a higher level, please contact Coach Sam or Claire for an assessment.


Having mastered the four strokes, most swimmers in the Gold group are registered under the USA swimming organization. In USA swim meets, our gold group swimmers have earned "blue" times and/or Junior Olympic time standards. In addition to stroke refinement, the group focuses on building endurance, strength and conditioning. Although this is our most prestigious group and our athletes are committed to excellence, practices are fun and run in a recreational environment. Whether athletes swim for personal enjoyment or to swim at a national level, our coaches will work to help athletes achieve their goals.

*Required Equipment: goggles, cap for anyone with shoulder-length or longer hair, & floating swim fins (FINIS, Sporti, Bettertimes, TYR, Speedo)


Swimmers will work to have a sound understanding of technique to master the fundamental aspects of each stroke: Butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle. Athletes are able to swim 8 laps without stopping. Course content: improve endurance and strength in all 4 strokes, introduction of flip turns, diving from block, and the use of a pace clock. Fins will be used daily.

**Required Equipment: goggles, cap for anyone with shoulder-length or longer hair, & floating swim fins (FINIS, Sporti, Bettertimes, TYR, Speedo)


Swimmers must be able to swim 25 yards /1 lap of freestyle or backstroke with proper breathing to start. Course content: Introduction of underwater streamline kicking, diving from deck, open turns, and two new strokes: butterfly and breaststroke. Swimmers will be swimming 25 -100 yards at a time without stopping.

**Required Equipment: goggles & cap for anyone with shoulder-length or longer hair


With coaches in the water to assist, Level 2 students will learn how to swim 25 yards of freestyle and backstroke. Swimmers must be able to swim 10 yards themselves to start. Course content: refining backstroke and freestyle with rhythmic breathing on side or back. Introducing butterfly kick, streamlining on front/ back, entering/exiting the water independently, and developing a strong kick with a kick board while building endurance.

**Required Equipment: goggles

Level 1 

A program that will teach water safety and comfort along with full strokes of freestyle and backstroke.Classes will be held next to a wall in 3 ft. deep water. No prior swimming experience is necessary. Course content: crab walk, blow bubbles, hold breath, submerge head, push off wall to coach, assisted/unassisted front and back float, introduction of freestyle and backstroke ( 8+ full strokes), and side breathing or turning on back to breathe.

**Recommended Equipment: goggles

who we are


our approach

Water Polo Groups

Swim Groups

Power aquatics purpose is to provide basic swim and water polo training in the community and prepare students for high school athletics. Our task is to bring all the differing skill levels and accompanying desires together into a unified program.  Our greatest accomplishments include providing an  affordable program, quality coaching, and getting kids excited about aquatics.

We offer lessons to all ages and abilities. On the first night of practice, we assess your athlete's skills, and place them in a group they will learn and grow. If you have siblings, even better! Everyone practices at the same time, so you can get in and out in time for dinner. See group descriptions below


Splashball Water Polo 
This fun water polo class is a great way to introduce your child to the sport of water polo. Spashball is conducted entirely in the shallow end of the pool. Over the five-week course, children are challenged to learn how to egg beater and master the basic skills such as passing and shooting. Children must be water safe and able to swim the length of the pool. 

Introductory Water Polo 
Power Aquatics is open to everyone regardless of skill level.  We feel that starting players will develop faster in a clinic type setting with more focused attention to individual development.  Introductory practices are held in both the shallow and deep end of the pool to provide a fun and safe environment. This group focuses on learning to eggbeater, pass, shoot and basic skills/rules of the game. When athletes have mastered a certain skill, they combine with the youth level in controlled scrimmages during practice. Players who have developed the basic skills set will be invited to continue their development at the youth level.

Youth Water Polo (12u coed, 14u coed)
Youth level players work to perfect the fundamentals of the game.  More advanced techniques and skills are introduced during our clinic-style practices. As these players prepare for high school, they will have scheduled practice times and monthly scrimmages against other clubs in the area.  

Carrie S reviewed Power Aquatics- 5 star

February 28, 2013

"My son has been playing with Power for about 3 months.  The coaching staff has been amazing and my son at 12 years old has had a great time.  I never have to push him to go to practice and he comes home with stories every night.  I highly recommend trying them out.  They cover water polo and swim."

Alex Nguyen reviewed Power Aquatics — 5 star
June 22, 2015 · 
"My kid looks forward to going and misses it when he doesn't."

Linda Patterson reviewed Power Aquatics — 5 star
August 6, 2014 · 
"Well staffed and well run! We love Power! Great environment to learn the fundamentals and enjoy being in the pool!"

Scott Murakami reviewed Power Aquatics — 5 star
September 25, 2014 · 
"My daughter mariah absolutely loves swimming, water polo and especially the coaches!!! Great organization!!!"