Swim School Staff – Sorrento Valley

Sorrento Valley

Harli
Harli
Huntington Beach
Harli began swimming at the young age of one and her favorite stroke is Freestyle. She swam competitively for three years in Texas. Harli previously worked as a swim instructor for 5 years were she gained experience working with children of ages one through twelve. Her favorite part about teaching her students is being able to see her students grow and gain confidence in the water while still having fun. A fun fact about Harli is in her spare time she loves going on hikes, reading, and taking her dog to the dog beach.

Megan
Megan V.
Santee
Megan began swimming as a child and at the age of six, she joined a local swim team! While in high school, she joined the water polo and swim teams. Megan gained experience with children while taking care of her younger brother and as a water polo teacher. She is excited to teach swimming lessons so she can help her students succeed. Megan enjoys spending time at the beach in her free time!

Michael
Michael
Oceanside
Michael joined Waterworks Aquatics with a history of competitive swimming experience. While in high school, he played water polo for 4 years and swam for 3 years. Micahels favorite thing about teaching swim lessons is that he can combine his passion for working with children, with his passion for swimming. He previously worked at Legoland and currently is an Assistant Scoutmaster. In his free time, Michael enjoys reading comic books and watching a variety of sports. He is currently attending Mira Costa College with a focus on History.

Valaurie
Valaurie
Alamogordo
Valaurie learned how to swim at a very young age and her favorite stroke is Backstroke. She gained experience working with children ages five through twelve through babysitting. Valaurie enjoys watching her students’ progress in their lessons, and seeing their excitement each time they arrive for their lessons. A fun fact about Valaurie is when she’s not swimming, she loves going on hikes.

Additional Skills: Bilingual in American Sign Language