Team General Information
Team Abbreviation: HIGH
Team Type: Youth Team
This team has nationally-ranked swimmers
Affiliation: USA Swimming
Sub Affiliation: Florida Swimming
Year Established: 1993
About the Coaches: Mike Curley
Coach Curley, has twenty-four years of coaching experience. Curley has been the Head Coach at Cornell College, the Assistant Coach at Ohio State University and is currently the Aquatics Director at Lake Highland Preparatory School, Head Coach of both the Varsity Men's and Women's Teams, and Head Coach of the Highlander Aquatic Club. He is ASCA Level 5 certified and has had the privilege of coaching numerous High School State Champions and High School All-Americans. He has a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science and a Masters Degree in Physical Education from the University of Iowa. He currently is a member of the Physical Education staff at Lake Highland Preparatory School. Coach Curley is married to the former Jan Denise Penningroth and they have three boys, Harrison (19) student-athlete at the University of Florida, Mitchell (16) and Hayden (13), both students at Lake Highland.
Eligibility (Who can join?): 5 - 18 years old
Cost/Rates: Contact to email: email@example.com
How to Sign up: In order to sign up for a meet a parent or swimmer must sign the swimmer name, age and indicate the days they are able to participate. The Meet Registration Binder will be located outside the coach’s offices. Please sign up by the deadline, which is usually 3-4 weeks prior to the meet. The meets usually last 2-4 hours and are preceded with a 1 hour warmup period. Meet entry fees range from $5.00 to $15.00 per swimmer per meet. Upon signing up for a meet, a swimmer is liable for those entry fees regardless of whether or not the swimmer attends the meet.
The Highlander Aquatic Club--a division of Lake Highland Preparatory School-- founded in 1993, is known throughout the country for a first-class, year-round swim program. We offer a guided age-group youth program for children age 5 and up, from the beginning swimmer to the most competitive and skilled swimmer. When a young person becomes a member of the Highlander Aquatic Club he/she learns the values of sportsmanship and team work.