ProgramS & Schedule



Details of the available programs can be found on the left. For pricing, please refer to the seasonal program PDF posted below. To download either the program or schedule PDF, click the PDF to enter the full-screen view and click the "download" button in the upper left-hand corner.



For divers who have no diving experience and who want to learn to dive.

The Learn-to-Dive Lesson program is for divers who are new to diving. MDA coaches use proven, positive teaching techniques, including basic skill progressions that promote body balance, spatial awareness and body alignment. Divers will work on learning front approach, back press, head-first entries, correction of body form, and progressions to new dives. The training emphasizes on diving safety, while assisting divers to be prepared for the mental demands of diving. Divers will work primarily on 1-meter springboard, though they will be introduced to dryland equipment, trampoline, 3-meter, and platform as well.

Divers will improve their physical conditioning, mental toughness, and self-esteem through diving. Our low ratio of coaches to divers ensures optimal attention and progress.


For divers who will compete at the State championship

The High School Enrichment program will focus on 1-meter and 3-meter springboard training plus dryland and conditioning training. The goal of this program is to assist divers to be ready for the state championship meet and also prepare them for upcoming college diving recruiting.


For divers from age 7 to age 12

The JO program is for the divers who have successfully completed lesson programs and who are now ready for the greater challenges and rewards of higher level diving. Divers will improve their diving skills on 1-meter, 3-meter, and will start to practice platform diving. At the same time, divers will challenge themselves and start to build their characters in confronting fears, achieving goals, establishing sportsmanship, and enjoying the rewards of accomplishment.

  • 1M, 3M, and introduction to platform, plus conditioning dry board, trampoline and spotting.

  • One practice will be 2 hours which includes pool time, conditioning, and dryland.

  • Pool practices will be divided among 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform. There will be at least one 5M platform practice every week for JO divers.

We encourage JO divers to participate in 3+ practices per week.   

  • JO Select divers will be encouraged to compete at regional, zone and national levels.


For high-school level divers and skilled, experienced divers

The Elite Group is made up of high-school-aged divers and experienced divers who are committed to realize their optimal potential in diving. The training focuses on perfecting divers’ skills on 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform to assist divers both physically and mentally, making them ready for the competition in association, region, zone and national meets.

Many of our elite group divers are invited to dive at the collegiate level, some with scholarship offers. Elite divers are encouraged to practice 5 days per week.

  • 1M, 3M, and platform, plus conditioning, dry board, trampoline and spotting. Elite divers will participate in at least 1 platform practice per week.

Practices are offered 3 to 5 days per week for 13 weeks, including pool time, dryland, and conditioning training.