Long Time Evo Student Making Waves Since 2010

WatercamSamBday2013 106 EVO Swim School would like to take this opportunity to highlight one of our long time students.

Miss Samantha Powers, Age 4, has been swimming at EVO Swim School since 2010-11. She began in our Parent/Tot class and is now a Porpoise.

She has progressed quickly and become a very proficient swimmer.
We recently took a moment to ask Samantha a few questions about her time here at EVO and what she loves about swimming:

Q: What do you like most about swimming?
A: “It makes me feel like a mermaid.”

Q: What do you like most about EVO Swim School?
A: “The stickers!”

Q: If you had to describe EVO Swim School using one word, what would you say?
A: “FUN!”

Q: Who are some of your favorite instructors?
A: “All of them!”

We also took a moment to ask Miss Samantha Power’s Parents a couple of questions about their time at EVO Swim School:

Q: What do you like most about EVO Swim School?
A: We used to call David “the baby whisperer.” He has such a natural knack with the kids! We were afraid that the other instructors could not possibly measure up after seeing David’s effortless style and immediate results, but we were very pleasantly surprised. Every one of Samantha’s instructors has exceeded our expectations. It is such a pleasure to watch them interact with the kids and to see the kids having fun while learning how to swim and be safe in the water.

Q: What are you most proud of regarding your daughter in relation to swimming at EVO Swim School?
A: Samantha was jumping off a diving board without fear when she was just 2. Most kids love to play in the water, but people are always amazed when they see her actually swim the length of a pool without stopping. Samantha has always been a natural in the water, and EVO has taught her the skills to safely harness that energy while still having fun!

Q: Do you see/does Samantha strive to go to the Olympics one day for Swimming?
A: It would not surprise us one bit to see her pursue that goal based on the way she stared at the TV during the Olympics, then told us she was “swimming wike My-koo Phewps” the next day!