Head Coaches Calvin and Clarence founded Swim Apex Aquatic Club (formerly named as C.C.A.C. Swim School) in 2001, starting with just two classes. They quickly developed a solid reputation in achieving excellent results through strenuous teaching methods. These high-quality foundational elements have allowed Swim Apex to grow rapidly as a swim school.
Today, Swim Apex has successfully taught thousands swimmers at a variety of skill levels. The school has extended operations to include locations in Markham, Thornhill and North York. What sets Swim Apex apart from other swim schools? Three major strengths make us different: our instructor team, our focus on proper techniques, and our teaching environment.
Swim Apex’s instructor team is one of the school’s core strengths.
All programs are taught by accredited and experienced instructors. They are all fully qualified Lifesaving Society or Red Cross aquatic instructors, many with ten or more years’ teaching experience. New instructors are carefully selected and mentored through their probationary period before becoming full instructors.
While everyone wants to have fun in the pool, safety remains Swim Apex’s first priority. Instructors want students to challenge themselves physically in class and also enjoy pool games as rewards, but they are always ensuring that student safety is paramount. To this end, all Swim Apex instructors have lifesaving and first aid certifications.
Swim Apex’s three defining features – the instructor team, its teaching methodology, and the dedication to a fun but safe environment – make it a swim club that caters to all students. Young or old, experienced or a beginner, Swim Apex welcomes you to see for yourself what it can offer. Whether you are learning for the first time, want to expand to a new stroke, or are looking to improve your technique, Swim Apex has a program that fits your needs.
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