Welcome to Avantis Swimming Academy!
Staten Island Day Camp
Avantis Swimming Academy is the number one Staten Island day campA Staten Island day camp and Staten Island Summer camp for all ages with activities such as swimming.
At Avantis we love swimming and that's what we do best. We strive on working with families like yours to pass on the joys and thrills of both recreational and competitive swimming. We get fulfillment and gratification from seeing our students flourish by investing time, energy, and care into each and every individual.
Our OFFICE hours are as follows:
Monday through Friday (12PM - 6PM)
Saturday & Sunday - Our office is Closed
Our Pool hours at OYM (475 Victory Blvd, SI NY)
Wednesdays: 6:10pm - 8:10pm
Fridays: 7:10pm - 9:10pm
Sundays: 3:00pm - 5:30pm
- Learn to Swim Program for Children and Adults. To Learn more: Click Here
- Team Prep: Click Here
- Swim Team: Click Here
Avantis Summer Camp and Day Camp Staten Island / NYC
We have phenomenal Day Camp in Staten Island / NYC and a Summer Camp program for swimmers of all levels and ages. When your child attends an Avantis Summer Camps NYC or Sleepaway Camp in Staten Island / New York you can be assured that they will receive the best care and instruction during their time with us. We provide a well-rounded and balanced program that promotes the growth and health of the entire student; including their physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
Check out our programs and schedules right here online.
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Posted on Wednesday October 18, 2017
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Posted on Friday October 13, 2017
In the wake of hurricane Harvey, which affected millions of people in the Houston area, Texas Ford Aquatics decided to donate the proceeds from their event to hurricane relief efforts.
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Posted on Friday October 06, 2017
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Olympian, Foundation Staffer Scott Usher Inducted into Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame
Posted on Monday October 02, 2017
Scott Usher, 2004 Olympian and currently the Director of Major Gifts with the US...
New Medley Rule Change to Go Into Effect Sept. 21
Posted on Wednesday September 20, 2017
During the July 21st FINA Swimming Technical Congress in Budapest, Hungary, the Congress adopted a change to medley swimming rules regarding required body position. For the freestyle distance, the change permits the swimmer to be past vertical towards the back when executing a turn - including after the feet have left the wall. The rule requires that the swimmer’s body must return to the breast before any kick or stroke.
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