Swim Team Program

The Plateau Penguins seasonal swim team begins practice in May and competes from June to July with the Midlakes Swim League. The program is open to swimmers of all levels, ages six and up. After four weeks of practice, assessments are held to determine competition eligibility. Swim team is a great opportunity for your child to develop friendships, teamwork and involvement with fellow club members. 

An Affiliate Swim Team Only Membership is available for nonmembers of The Plateau Club.  For more information and pricing for this special swim team only membership, please contact Recreation Manager, Caitlin Manigley at caitlinm@plateauclub.com.

For more information download the 2020 Information Packet
To Register, fill out this packet and return with payment to the Recreation Center by 8pm on May 22nd at the absolute latest.

Online Registration is also available on the Penguins Website, beginning March 1st.

Little Swimmers

The Little Swimmer program is designed for children in the 5-8 age group who are not yet ready for a full summer of competitive swimming.  Swimmers must be eager and able to swim one 25 freestyle with ease and one 25 backstroke with effort.  Little Swimmers are expected to practice 2 days a week (M/W or T/Th).  After four weeks of attending practices, Little Swimmers conclude their season by participating in the swim team time trials on Saturday, June 6th.  Participating in Little Swimmers allows children to have a positive and encouraging first swim team experience.  Little Swimmers are also welcome to take part in all swim team activities and social events.

Midlakes Swim League

The purpose of the Midlakes Swim League is to provide opportunities to introduce member clubs and athletes to aquatic sports.

The board's mission is to help member clubs provide a complete athletic experience for everyone involved in swimming, water polo, and diving. Athletics plays a role in the development of young people as they learn teamwork, cooperation, and respect for others through healthy, friendly competition. Athletes, coaches, and parents learn during their Midlakes experience that the concepts of hard work and dedication to self and others translate into success in other aspects of life. The Midlakes Board wants all members to finish their seasons with a positive feeling of mutual accomplishment.

To find out more about the Midlakes Swim League, check out their website.