ALGIN SUTTON POOL

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Address: 
8800 S. Hoover St., Los Angeles, CA 90044
Region: 
Pacific
Council District: 
8
Neighborhood Service Area: 
South Los Angeles
Directions via Google Maps

Phone: 
(323) 789-2826
Email Address: 
alginsutton.pool@lacity.org



**Learn to Surf**
 
Learn to Surf is an introductory program where youth will get the opportunity to go to the beach and learn water safety, beach safety, how to stand on a surfboard and ultimately catch a wave. Transportation will be provided for the participants to get to the beach. Masks must be worn in the vehicles at all times. All sessions will be held at Cabrillo Beach. Dates and times are subject to changes. Due to the unpredictable weather, some classes may be cancelled due to unsafe conditions. If a class is cancelled, there will be no make-ups or refunds for that class.
 
Registration will open Saturday August 6 at 9:00 AM
 
Price: $10
Ages: 10-17
Swimming Assessment: Jr Lifeguard: 100 yds medley (25 yds of each stroke of breaststroke, backstroke, sidestroke and freestyle) and 200 yds freestyle. OR Level 6: Swim 500 yds continuously using any 3 strokes of choice, swimming at least 50 yds of each stroke. 
Session length: 4 days
Days: Saturdays 
Session #1: September 24 to October 15 
Facilities for Session #1: Hansen Dam, Glassell, Celes King III and Cabrillo Beach
Session #2: October 22 to November 12
Facilities for Session #2: Hansen Dam, Algin Sutton, Van Ness, Cabrillo Beach
Session #3: November 19 to December 10 
Facilities for Session #3: EG Roberts, Celes King III, Algin Sutton, Cabrillo Beach
 
Session Times 
Cabrillo Beach 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM 
All other sites: 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM 
 
For more detailed information see the flyers below. 
 

Citywide Contact

Citywide Aquatics
3900 Chevy Chase Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039
Phone: (323) 906-7953
Email: Citywide.Aquatics@lacity.org


POOL ADMISSION FEES

Children (0 – 17): $1.00
Adults (18 – 49): $4.00
50+ ( 50 & Up ): $1.00
Persons with Disabilities (All Ages ): $1.00
Cash or Check Only
Adult Lap Swim Pass (30 entries): $88

Youth, Persons w/ Disabilities, & Older Adults
Admission Pass (30 entries): $25.00


Aquatic Facility Information

Entrance is Denied to:

  1. Children under seven (7), unless accompanied by an adult on a one-to-one ratio.
  2. Children under the age of four (4) without an approved “swim diaper” or plastic pants with elastic around the waist and legs.

Also, please adhere to the following:

  1. Proper swim attire is as follows;
    1. Men must wear swim trunks with a liner AND a drawstring, board shorts are acceptable,
    2. Females must wear a bathing suit, may be a one-piece or two-piece.
  2. Inappropriate swim attire is as follows:
    1. No cut-offs, bike shorts, basketball shorts, or street shorts,
    2. No white t-shirts or white rash guards or shirts of any kind,
    3. Swimsuit must cover the buttocks, no thongs,
    4. No bodysuits or leotards.

Facility Features 

Year Round Pool (Outdoor / Heated), Alberca Abierta Todo El Ano (Al Aire Libre / Calentada)

PUBLIC PROGRAMMING
Swim Lesson are offered to Children (4 to 17 years of age) and Adults (18 to seniors) in Groups, Private, and Semi-Private
Adult Lap Swimming
Lifeguard Training Program
Junior Lifeguard Program

NOVICE SPORTS PROGRAMS
Springboard Diving, Artistic Swimming (Synchronized Swimming), and Water Polo Teams

NOVICE SPORTS TEAMS
Designed for entry-level competitors with minimal experience. Participants compete in a Departmental Sponsored league. Swimming is during the summer and fall seasons. However, we encourage year-round participation in order to experience the full breadth of aquatic competition. Team practices include water instruction and may include dry land warm-ups. Participation awards are given seasonally to each individual. Program is designed to accommodate both male and female participants.

PREREQUISITES
Participants must be 7-17 years of age and must be able to swim continuously the width of the pool and back in deep water of that designated pool. We require swim level 4 Intermediate of the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program for some of our Novice Teams.

  • Springboard Diving Team

Diving is classified as an art as well as a sport. The diver must have total body control and good kinesthetic awareness. Divers compete in one-meter springboard events. Workouts are designed to build endurance, refine proper technique and execution of a dive from start to finish.

  • Team Swim LA (TSLA)

The program is designed to provide a team environment that fosters growth in competitive swimming by improvement of swimming stroke and technique. Workouts are designed to build endurance, efficient strokes, starts, turns and finishes are part of the team focus.​

  • Artistic Swimming (Synchronized Swimming) Team

USA Synchro has changed the name to Artistic Swimming and will no longer be recognized as Synchronized Swimming.
Designed to introduce young swimmers to competitive Artistic Swimming. It’s a hybrid form of swimming, dance, and gymnastics, consisting of swimmers performing a synchronized routine of elaborate moves in the water, accompanied by music. It demands good water skills, strength, endurance, flexibility, good breathing control when underwater, and precise timing.

  • Water Polo Team

Water polo is a 7-team member (6 field players / 1 goal keeper) water sport that consist of basic fundamental skills: swimming, treading water (egg-beater) and passing (ball skills). Workouts are designed to build endurance, skills set, and team work.

 


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