Hayward @ City Sports Club

Swim School Staff


We realize the quality of our programs depends on the quality of our instructors. For this reason, our instructors are chosen based on their qualifications, communication skills, patience, and love for children. Our structured training program ensures that each student receives the finest hands-on instruction available. Regardless of their age or skill level, students will discover that continuous interaction with our warm and caring instructors develops trust and stability both in and out of the water. We are pleased to give our swimmers a qualified team of experienced, mature professionals who are devoted to making a positive impact on their students.

Brenda
Brenda
San Diego
Brenda was taught how to swim by her mom when she was 3 years old and continues to enjoy swimming for fun! She gained experience with children ages 6 months and up, including children with autism, through working as a babysitter since she was 16 years old. Brenda is currently attending Chabot College to study Kinesiology. In her free time she enjoys dancing, hiking, and playing soccer!

Additional Skills: Bilingual in Spanish

Korina
Korina
Hayward
Korina learned how to swim when she was five years old and her favorite stroke is the Backstroke. She gained experience with children through babysitting ages one through seven. Her favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is the knowledge that she is passing on an invaluable new life skill. Korina is currently studying Psychology at Chabot College. A fun fact about Korina is that she loves to bake!

Additional Skills: Trilingual in American Sign Language and Filipino

Mary
Mary
San Francisco
Mary learned how to swim at a young age and her favorite stroke is the Butterfly. She swam competitively in high school and enjoys the Fly and Freestyle events. Mary gained experience working with children through babysitting ages three through nine. Her favorite part of teaching swimming lessons is passing on her love of the water to her students. Mary is currently studying Psychology at Mills College. A fun fact about Mary is that she loves to go on walks with her dogs!

Nhat
Nhat
Hayward
Nhat taught himself how to swim at the age of 6. He previously worked with children ages 6-12 through a Buddhist youth community, where he helped them learn about Buddhism and assisted with their homework. Nhat is excited to teach his students and help them feel comfortable and safe in the water! He currently attends Chabot College to study Psychology. Nhat loves music and enjoys playing the piano and singing.

Sergio
Sergio
Castro Valley
Sergio learned how to swim when he was six years old, and his favorite strokes are Breaststroke and Backstroke. In Columbia, Sergio was part of the Valle Del Cauca National Swim Team. He also swam competitively in the United States for the American Swimmers Club, and at the collegiate level at Chabot College. His favorite event is the 100 breaststroke. Sergio has previously volunteered his spare time organizing recreational activities for low-income families. His favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is seeing his students fall in love with swimming. He currently attends Chabot College and is majoring in Architecture. A fun fact about Sergio is that he loves to draw!

Additional Skills: Bilingual in Spanish

Taylor
Taylor
Hayward
Taylor learned how to swim when she was three years old and her favorite strokes are the Freestyle and the Backstroke. She swam competitively in middle school and high school. Taylor gained experience working with children through babysitting ages six months through eight years old. Her favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is how it incorporates both her love of swimming and her love of teaching. Taylor is currently studying at Chabot College. A fun fact about Taylor is that she loves to draw in her free time!