The Three Village Swim Club (TVSC) trains year-round,  Each season starts around Labor Day and end ends in end of July to early August.  TVSC offers training for swimmers of all ages and ability levels in multiple training groups. It is the goal of TVSC to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of their abilities.

Please reach out to Head Coach Mark Anderson at [email protected] to schedule a tryout or with questions.


DOLPHIN TEAM  - This level is for the children who know how to swim and love swimming ages 5 to 8. It is not a learn-to-swim program.  The emphasis is on technique and enjoyment. The Dolphin team does not compete in meets and practice once a week during the school year and twice a week during the summer.

NOVICE TEAMS  -  This program teaches proper stroke mechanics and exposes the swimmers to competition. The Novice group is divided into three levels: Novice A, Novice B and Novice BB.  These teams train 3 to 4 days a week. All four competitive strokes, as well as the starts and turns of these strokes are taught and they compete in 4 to 6 meets a year. 

JUNIOR TEAMS  -  The Juniors are concerned with developing and fine tuning technical skills while maintaining an enjoyable training regimen. Different types of training are introduced to our Junior athletes. These swimmers range in age from 7 to 14.  The Junior group is divided into two levels: Junior 1 and Junior 2.  The Junior 1 team trains 5 days a week and consist of some 3rd and 4th graders, but mostty 5th and 6th graders. The Junior 2 team trains 6 days a week and also does dryland once a week. The Junior team consists of 7th and 8th graders and occasionally a fast 6th grader. The Junior teams compete on a regular basis. 

SENIOR TEAM  -  This group is our top competitive team and consist of 9th to 12th graders and an occasional fast 8th grader. They train 6 days a week and on Tuesdays and Thursdays there are morning and evening practices ("doubles") for swimmers to get ready to compete in college.  Dryland training is also provided twice per week. The Senior group competes on local, regional and national levels.