If you are looking for a learn-to-swim program or a program to improve swimming strokes, you are on the wrong page. To move off of this synchro page, follow this link to the page for swimming lessons, parent-tot lessons, and stroke lessons.
Continue on this page ONLY if you want information about synchro (synchronized swimming). Synchro is an activity for swimmers who want to perform to music. Synchro is not for non-swimmers or for beginning swimmers, and this page is not for "swimming lessons."
See lists here of fees and also a list of equipment you will need for synchro workshops and practices.
See list of swimming requirements to qualify for synchro workshops and mini-workshops here.
If you are thinking of starting synchro "right now," our "low key" scheduling may not fit that plan. Or . . . it may just work out perfectly. In either case, keep reading.
Scheduling for synchro here changes according to the season and other circumstances. We usually have very few summer activities. Those might include an Olympic Day Open House June 23, a few mini-workshops, planning meetings, or local synchro performances. September through December, we work on basics with new members and with returning members. Then, we present a Christmas program in December. January through early May is our typical competition season. (It may stretch through June.)
Synchro at this pool is a less-intensive program--working on developing the basics and on doing those well. If you are interested in a club that is focused more on high-level competition and quickly developing pre-elite and elite athletes, there are two other clubs in the greater Houston area. Those are Aquanauts of Clear Lake (email@example.com) and Houston SynchroStars (firstname.lastname@example.org). I recommend them for families who are looking for more intense programs than what I offer. Another option would be for you to spend several years here and then move to another club once your basics are strong and you have decided you are interested in the more competitive focus of another club.
You can get general information about synchro in the United States from usasynchro.org.
If you want additional information about synchronized swimming, please read through all pages on this website first. Only after reading all written information, if you have questions not addressed elsewhere, or if you are ready to volunteer to become involved in this program, submit the following form: