SCAQ Kids / Culver Swim Club/ Culver City Swim Lessons /Junior Lifeguard Prep

OUR SWIMMING MISSION: a novice swimming program introducing the sport of swimming to the Culver City community.  We offer a progressive approach to swimming in which kids learn to swim.  During beginner and advance beginner swim lessons kids learn swim skills and technique that prepares them to move into our novice group of swimmers. If novice swimmers wish to begin competing and attending swim meets then they have that opportunity as well, but that is a decision determined by the swimmer and their parents.   Families participate at their own pace 

We want our swimmers to develop a lifetime love for swimming and the water that they can carry with them for the rest of their lives.


We are not taking any new swimmers at this time! 

If you would like to add your child to our SCAQ Kids Private Lesson Interest List, then please follow this link

If you would like to add your child to the SCAQ Kids Novice Swim Team, then follow this link and add your child to the workouts you are interested in.  Your child must be able to swim 50 yards freestyle breathing to the side without stopping or standing in order to swim with the team.

You will need to create accounts in order to sign up Be sure to enter your childs age and unselect "Unsubscribe From E-Mail Blast" so that you will receive emails with information about upcoming lessons and openings with the Swim Team. 





FIRST DAY! FIRST SWIM WORKOUT!  February 4, 2008 Re-start #2 for SCAQ.

Top left: Councilman Scott Malsin with CCSC-2008 first coach and co-founder Clay Evans.  Top middle: Parks and Rec Chair Jeff Cooper (now Councilman) with Clay Evans and Riana Cooper.  Riana was CCSC's second coach.  Top right Brian Kocker who's dad is current assistant coach for the CCHS.  Middle row left is Kim Meyer, Brenda Smith, Councilman Scott Malsin and CCSC Co-Founder Robert Smith.  Bottom right is group shot of first ever swimmers in the first ever practice with Jeff Cooper, Clay Evans and Scott Malsin.