Swim School Staff – Sorrento Valley

Sorrento Valley

Alexandra
Alexandra
Pacific Beach
Alexandra learned how to swim when she was two years old and her favorite stroke is the Breaststroke. She swam competitively from the age of seven through high school. Alexandra gained experience working with children through being a nanny and working as an EMT where she would teach children the importance of calling 9-1-1 and CPR. Her favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is watching her students improve and become comfortable in the water. Alexandra is currently studying Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. A fun fact about Alexandria is that she surfs every day!

Breanna
Breanna
San Diego
Breanna learned how to swim when she was four years old and her favorite stroke is the Butterfly. She competed on her local swim team for five years and a high school swim career of four years. Breanna gained experience working with children through babysitting, volunteering at summer camps, and helping her local church’s daycare. She has a passion for teaching swimming lessons because of the enthusiastic response of her students as she teaches a valuable new life skill in an engaging manner. Breanna is currently studying Social Sciences at Palomar College. A fun fact about Breanna is that she loves dogs!

Haley
Haley
San Jose
Haley learned how to swim at a young age and has loved the water ever since. She gained experience working with children through being a nanny and working at a summer camp. Her favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is fun daily interactions with her students as she teaches them a lifesaving skill. Haley is currently studying Cosmetology at Paul Mitchell The School, San Diego. A fun fact about Haley is that she loves to camp!

John
John
San Diego
John learned how to swim at young age, and has previously worked as a lifeguard. He competed in the San Diego County Lifeguard Games and won a medal in the 50-yard breaststroke. John gained experience working with children as a behavioral interventionist for children with autism and through teaching swimming lessons to children of all ages for the past four years. His favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is seeing the pride and accomplishment on his students’ faces as they master a new life skill. He is currently majoring in Marine Biology at San Diego State University. An interesting fact about John is that he loves nature and actively tries to protect the planet in any way that he can.

Julia
Julia
La Jolla
Julia learned how to swim at a young age and her favorite stroke is the Backstroke. She began swimming competitively when she was seven years old and continued on for twelve years. Julia gained experience working with children through babysitting ages three through ten, working at a preschool’s summer camp, and being a counselor at Camp Jaycee. Her favorite part of teaching swimming lessons is watching her students’ progress. Julia is currently studying Food and Nutrition at San Diego State University. A fun fact about Julia is that she loves dogs, elephants, and monkeys!

Loribeth
Loribeth
Spring Valley
Loribeth learned how to swim when she was seven years old and her favorite stroke is the Breaststroke. She also swam competitively in high school on the swim and dive team. Loribeth gained experience with children through babysitting ages two months and up, volunteering at her church’s daycare, and volunteering at an elementary school. Her favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is the knowledge that she is passing on a new lifelong skill. A fun fact about Loribeth is that she loves mermaids and all mer-critters!

Additional Skills: Bilingual in Spanish

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.

Nathan
Nathan
San Diego
Nathan learned how to swim when he was five years old and his favorite stroke is the Breaststroke. He swam competitively for a high school and club team for five years. Nathan gained experience working with children through volunteering at his church’s Sunday school program and through teaching children on mission trips. His favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is watching his students progress into talented swimmers. Nathan is currently studying Biochemistry at Westmont College. A fun fact about Nathan is that he loves to hike!

Additional Skills: Bilingual in Chinese