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我们的使命:

为了避免溺水,并帮助每个人实现自己的个人最好成绩,提供最好的学习游泳,竞争,开放水域和铁人三项项目。

加利福尼亚游泳学院是一个常年学会游泳计划为儿童,成人和所有不同的技能水平。其核心目的是教用水安全,激发热爱水。自成立以来,我们已经教了饮水安全,并知道如何游泳的重要性。

我们利用游泳浮游泳技术作为我们的基础,专注于提供与游泳者在和周围的水的信心和安全性的知识。从这些基本的技能,我们需要从开始一路游来学习所有的4招,自由泳,仰泳,蛙泳,蝶泳,以及有竞争力的游泳阶段的学生。

我们的计划提供了各种经验教训,以满足每一位家长的需要。儿童私人的经验教训,成人私人的经验教训,游泳队准备和美国名人赛游泳-TriSwim实验室(成人学习游泳,公开水域和铁人三项),你可以找到这一切在加州游泳学院。

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Testimonials

  • This is the best swimming lesson for kids.
    Coach Leo is very nice and patient and he is excellent in teaching my girl swimming. From the beginning, my girl didn't know how to swim at all even she joined a few group swimming lessons before.  I am so surprised she learned a lot of swimming technique as like breast stroke, side stroke, front crawl and back crawl with in only 4 lessons. I am very appreciated Coach Leo to teach my daughter and she is pretty good in swimming now. Thank you very much! Coach Leo: )


    Posted Aug 28, 2014, 11:20 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Leo's Teaching skills are amazing.
    Leo's teaching skills are amazing. He focused on proper techniques of swimming and he was able to use his experience to help me to improve my swimming skills. There were some subtle things that were wrong with my stroke and breathing that he was able to notice and point out. 

    Sangeeta Patel ~ Walnut, CA
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 9:30 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Heartfelt letter from parents of my former swimmer
    First a long over due THANK YOU for all that you have done for the 11-12 boys, but most importantly what you have done for our son- Marke. I know in the beginning it a was a little touch and go, not know if he would be able to keep up with the other boys in the group. But you had faith and believed in his potential as a swimmer. He practiced hard and consistently showed up ready to swim.  You created something magical with those boys. Not only did you foster a love for swimming, but also discipline and healthier eating habits. 

    Over winter break, we took Marke and James Lee to the movies. They ordered popcorn and soda and keep telling each other.. “I’m going to tell Coach Leo on you” It was sweet. Of course the boys never listen to their parents when we tell them it’s too much sugar.  :-)

    Marke is continuing to do well, but he misses you as his Coach. He swam at the WSTA meet a few weeks ago. I could tell he was nervous because it was his first meet without you. He wasn’t sure what it was going to be like with Coach Kristine. This is the first time he is swimming under her- so he was nervous. He did well ( a few summer JO cuts) and was a bit relieved that all his hard work with you did pay off, even though you weren’t there to coach him. He remembers your words and coaching and implements them in the pool. 

    So now onto Winter JO’s. This was his first WJO’s. I’m glad he had been at other championship meets- so he wasn’t as nervous. We looked up the Far Western times for 2014.  The time cuts were even faster than 2013.  I told Marke not to worry, just swim fast and listen to his Coaches. Hector was at the meet as well, so that was helpful. He swam his 50 back and he missed the cut by .13  He finished with a 31.62. He held his head up and said that’s okay I have 2 more events. 

    He went on to swim the 200 back dropped 4.72 secs. finishing with a 2:21.74. He had made his first Far Western time cut. Later that evening he was excited because he was swimming the 400 Medley relay, which meant he had 2 chances to swim the 100 back for a Far Western time cut. Well his relay team got DQ’d. Now he was down to 1 chance the next morning. 

    We came back to the pool Monday morning - a bit tired, but he was ready to swim. It was a bit nerve wracking because they were late posting the heat assignments. He told me “don’t worry Mom - I know what to do”  He was heat 7- lane 7 swimming next to Ashot.  He needed to drop about 1.5 secs..  Marke had an amazing swim, came first in his heat and swam a 1:05.40. He made his second Far Western time cut and was second alternate for the finals. 

    Marke doesn’t like the Santa Clarita pool, but that pool has been good to him. That is where he made his first summer JO cut as a 10under and the same pool where he made his first Far Western cut as an 11-12 yr old. :-)

    So now he has 2 Far Western and 2 Super Jo’s and 1 Consideration time. but that’s okay because he can’t swim the consideration event at Super Jo’s anyways. This morning on the way to school, he said to me. Mom - now I have to get my SCSRT time cuts. :-)

    We wish you had been with the boys, but understand your reasons- FAMILY is the MOST important and especially when kids are little. You would have been proud of the boys and their swims this weekend. 

    THANK YOU for being a part of Marke's life, even if it was for a short period of time. It’s important to have positive roles models, especially in the world of youth sports, I was even more pleased for Marke to have an Asian Coach. :-) 

    Thank you for solidifying the foundation of Marke’s swimming. You have made a difference for him, not just as a swimmer but also as a young boy who is becoming a teenager. We will forever be grateful for the lessons you have taught our son.  

    With heartfelt thanks- 
    Michael and Morgan Fanelli
    Marke’s parents. 

    Posted Mar 22, 2014, 8:20 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Great coach! Very experienced.
    Great coach! Very experienced. My son had him just for one summer, once a week.  I could see big improvements in my son's stroke technique even after just one practice.  Now my son is in high school junior varsity team and he is doing very well.  His 50 free went from 35 seconds to 26 seconds and his 50 breaststroke went from 40 seconds to 31 seconds.  All this happened in matter of a few months.  Great job Leo!  Thank you.

    Dr. William Bao MD - Walnut, CA

    Swim Team Preparation

    Posted Mar 22, 2014, 7:43 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Coaching of Leo LIN
    I have been learning from Leo for over a month. Really impressed by his coaching style. He analyses and explains the swimming techniques. It has helped me a lot knowing the logic behind how to keep myself balanced and swim efficiently.

    Smita -Chino Hills, CA
    Posted Mar 22, 2014, 7:37 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Erik Harris - Adult Swimmer
    I have found that training with Coach Leo has been a very positive experience from start to finish. I can not believe how much progress I have made in such a short period of time. Coach Leo is a fantastically knowledgeable swim coach. He is experienced, engaging, disciplined and prepared for each lesson and he has a clear passion for teaching. He created a swim training program that has seen me not just correcting on my weakness, but also enhancing my strengths, giving me quick improvements towards efficient swimming. If you are in doubt about lessons, just like I was, I would encourage you to put your doubts aside and 'take the plunge'!

    Erik Harris - Adult Swimmer
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    Posted Mar 22, 2014, 7:43 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Facebook Recommendations

    • 非常專業的教練!
      about 2 weeks ago

      Very professional coach!
    Posted Aug 10, 2013, 10:55 AM by California Swim Academy
  • Very nice instructor!
    Very nice instructor! My daughter was scared of water and could never put her head under water. Just few lessons, she can actually hold breathe and dive under water, that was really amazing!!! She love swimming now! Leo is very patient with kids and have ways to get their trust and teach them well. Definitely send my second one to him when my boys is ready!
    Lili Jin - Diamond Bar, CA 

    Posted Mar 22, 2014, 8:05 PM by California Swim Academy
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  • Instructor Wanted
    Private Lessons Instructor:

    Flexible schedule with great pay!  College swimmers and USA swimming coaches are welcome!!!  Private Lessons Instructor teach swim lessons to individuals of all ages. Class size 1-2. Looking to find instructors to cover Southern California Counties. Submit your information, our staff will contact you shortly. 
     
    Qualifications: 
    • CPR for the professional rescuer and Standard First Aid certifications preferred
    • American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI)  or Lifeguard certification preferred.
    • Prior swim lesson experience (1+ years)

    Compensation:  $15~30 / Hour BOE
       
    Posted May 27, 2015, 9:22 PM by California Swim Academy
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    Posted Jan 5, 2013, 9:47 PM by California Swim Academy
  • Two New Pool Locations
    Two additional convenience location available near you...
    Hoover Road Industry, CA  - Outdoor heated pool

    Golden Springs Dr. Diamond Bar, CA  - Indoor heated pool


    ****Children 12 years up and Adult Only*****

    Call (626) 581-6568 to schedule your Adult Private Swim Lessons.

    Available Time :

    M-F 6:00AM - 9:00AM  and 10AM - 12PM.

    Sat. 6:00PM - 8:00PM

    Sun. 2:00PM - 8:00PM


    Call (626) 581-6568 today to schedule your time slot. or E-mail webmaster@CaliforniaSwimAcademy.com. 

    *Please include your full name, contact number, time and date when you leave message. Thanks!


    Posted Nov 25, 2012, 1:29 PM by California Swim Academy
  • WHY ALL KIDS MUST LEARN TO SWIM

    Source: USA Swimming

    • Approximately 10 people drown every day in the U.S. (Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)).
    • More than one in five fatal drowning victims are children younger than 14 (Source: CDC).
    • Drowning is also a silent killer—most young children who drowned in pools were last seen in the home, had been out of sight less than five minutes, and were in the care of one or both parents at the time (Source: Present P. Child Drowning study).
    • Participation in formal swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drowning by 88 percent among children aged one to four years. (Source: Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 2009)
    • Seventy percent of African-American and sixty percent of Hispanic/Latino children cannot swim. (Source: National research study by the USA Swimming Foundation and the University of Memphis)
    • African-American children drown at a rate nearly three times higher than their Caucasian peers. (Source: CDC)
    • If a parent does not know how to swim, there is only a 13 percent chance that a child in that household will learn how to swim. (Source: National research study by the USA Swimming Foundation and the University of Memphis)
    Posted Aug 25, 2012, 12:40 PM by California Swim Academy
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